Highlights of this cruise include visiting the locations where Mutiny on the Bounty took place in 1789. Book before 26 November 2019 for your chance to stay in a Balcony cabin for the price of an Oceanview!
Departing Sydney 19 November 2020
A guest lecturer will bring history to life, telling the story of this famous seafaring saga. You’ll travel past Nomuka Island where Blight visited the day before the Mutiny occurs. You will also cruise past Tofua Island where Bligh and his loyalists landed.
And for the non-history buffs? Well... there are beaches to lie on, islands to explore, and shopping to do!
You can’t beat value for money with main meals, entertainment, stunning destinations and onboard activities – all included in the one low fare.
Set sail on the newest & largest ship of the P&O fleet - Pacific Adventure!
Did you know about the added extras included when you book a Suite?
19 Nov - 03 Dec 2020 - Departing Sydney, Returning Sydney
When you book you cruise with Travel at 60 receive $100 FREE onboard credit per stateroom!
Thursday 19 Nov 2020 - Depart Sydney from 4:00pm
Friday 20 & Saturday 21 Nov 2020 - At sea
Sunday 22 Nov 2020 - Norfolk Island (Tender required)
Your ship will anchor offshore and the ships tender boats will provide a regular service to and from Norfolk island throughout the day. Morning tours will depart from the wharf and return you into town. Afternoon tours will depart from town and return to the wharf. Norfolk Island offers a unique historical experience with museums housed in buildings constructed by convicts. Visit the fascinating House Museum, restored to its 1844 state and marvel at artefacts from HMAS Sirius (flagship of the First Fleet) wrecked on the reef. Explore the historic township of Kingston, founded by Norfolk’s first settlers; or look around the island’s largest settlement and main commercial centre, Burnt Pine. Shop in the duty-free stores or relax in a café.
Monday 23 & Tuesday 24 Nov 2020 - At sea
Wednesday 25 Nov 2020 - Nuku'alofa Tonga
Nuku'alofa, which translates to 'home of love', is the capital of the Kingdom of Tonga. A must do would be to take in the natural wonders, a cultural performance, local history and a traditional ‘Umu’ style lunch on a shore excursion tour visiting beautiful Oholei Beach and the fascinating rock formations of Hina Cave.
Thursday 26 Nov 2020 - Vava'u, Tonga
Your ship will anchor offshore and tenders will provide a regular service to and from Vava’u throughout the day. See Tonga’s only botanical garden on our Polynesian Cultural Tour and Swim. Ene’io Botanical Garden offers visions of incomparable natural beauty and is only minutes from one of the most awe-inspiring beaches on the Vava’u mainland. After exploring the gardens, enjoy a swim and relax on the beach with a cool drink from the Beach Bar.
Friday 27 Nov 2020 - Mutiny on the Bounty (Scenic Cruising Port)
Many of these small islands and islets are uninhabited. They are literally just drops of sand in the ocean. We won’t be landing here, but thought you might like to take a closer look, so we’ve arranged to anchor just offshore. Enjoy some time contemplating the quiet and tranquility, and marvelling at the sights.
Saturday 28 Nov 2020 - Suva, Fiji
Your ship will dock at the South Kings Wharf in the heart of Suva. Suva was once the administration centre of the Commonwealth colony of Fiji. As a result there is an abundance of grand old architecture. You’ll also find the fascinating Museum of Fiji and the beautifully kept Thurston Gardens. Be sure to sample the local cuisine, particularly Indian curry. If you want to see a traditional Fijian village, join one of our many Shore Tours and see how the locals live. Music is at the heart of every community and most villages will perform traditional song and dance for visitors. Some villages are only accessible by boat, whereas others are only a short drive from the wharf.
Sunday 29 Nov 2020 - At sea
Monday 30 Nov 2020 - Isle of Pines, New Caledonia
Your ship will anchor offshore and the ship’s tender boats will transfer you ashore. Discover the rich heritage of Isle of Pines and its people on a guided shore excursion! As you tour around the island, your guide will share a legend of Queen Hortense, the inspiration for the 'Kunie' people. You will be taken through an elaborate storyline as we visit Vao Village, Notre Dame de L’Assomption Church, St Joseph’s (Canoe) bay and St Maurice Bay, where a Christian monument stands side by side with mystical Kanak totems. For the final magic of the story, discover hidden in the forest the sacred Oumagne grotto, a giant limestone cave adorned with gigantic stalactites and stalagmites which served as a refuge to the young queen Hortense during a difficult time of inter-tribal conflicts.
Tuesday 1 & Wednesday 2 Dec 2020 - At sea
Thursday 3 Dec 2020 - Disembark ship in Sydney
Tipping is not required but if you’d like to thank the crew who provide you with great service, you are welcome to tip them personally or visit the Reception Desk to have the tip added to your onboard account.
Guests are requited to cover-up swim suits when entering the ship’s public rooms. During the day, casual clothes are suitable. After 5.30pm, smart casual attire is required in the public lounges and restaurants or as published in the daily newsletter 'Good Times'.
Travel at 60 and supplier booking conditions apply.
Travel at 60 and supplier booking conditions apply.
*Fares are cruise only, per person in AUD in a complete quad or twin room based on lead categories available at publication date (23 Oct 2019), inclusive of all discounts, charges and taxes (which are subject to change). Campaign commences 23 Oct and ends 26 Nov 2019. Advertised fares are available until allocation is exhausted and may fluctuate during the campaign period. Campaign offers only available on P&O’s Value and Value Plus fare types only. Valid for new bookings and not combinable with any other offer. Supplements apply for other room categories. Some oceanview rooms have obstructed views. ~Fare based on specified departure dates. Different fares apply to other dates listed. ^Room Upgrade offer is available based on the price difference between the lead interior to lead oceanview for quad and twin rooms on Pacific Aria & Pacific Dawn, and from lead oceanview to lead balcony rooms for quad and twin on Pacific Explorer & Pacific Adventure. Upgrades are subject to availability of rooms in the higher grade.