P&O plans triple deployment for Australia Day

Pacific Dawn will be draped in huge Australian flags
Pacific Dawn will be draped in huge Australian flags

P&O Cruises’ entire fleet of three cruise ships will spend Australia Day berthed in Sydney, offering around 6,000 guests a front row seat to the celebrations.

Pacific Dawn will be based off Kurraba Point, while Pacific Jewel will berth at Athol Bay and Pacific Pearl at Point Piper. Pacific Dawn will be draped in giant Australian flags. The three ships will enter the harbour at 15-minute intervals.

It will be the first time all three P&O Cruises’ ships have met in Sydney.

“We’re as Australian as meat pies and kangaroos so we’re thrilled to bring our entire fleet into Sydney’s iconic harbour for the first time on our national day,” said P&O’s senior vice president, Tammy Marshall.

Pacific Pearl’s three-night Australia Day cruise from Sydney commences on 24 January, while Pacific Jewel’s three-night Australia Day cruise from Sydney will run from 25 January. Pacific Dawn will set sail on its first Australia Day short break with a four-night round-trip itinerary departing Brisbane on 24 January.

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