Pacific Eden

Fleet growth at CMV and TransOcean cruises

March 07, 2018 - Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV), Great Britain's leading independent cruise company, and its German subsidiary TransOcean Kreuzfahrten, confirm the takeover of the "Pacific Eden" previously used by P&O Cruises Australia. The transaction is planned for April 2019.

The ship, built by the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone, looks back on an honorable maritime past. In 1994 it was named MS Statendam from the Holland America Line put into service. The Statendam underwent a fundamental renovation for the first time in 2002. In 2015, the Statendam and the Ryndam within the Carnival group of Holland America P&O Cruises Australia . The Pacific Eden was refurbished for the last time in 2016. The cruise ship will begin its last voyage for P&O Cruises Australia on March 16, 2019. It is then taken over by CMV in Singapore and subjected to a short stay in the shipyard. It starts its first voyage with CMV guests through the Suez Canal to Bremerhaven.

The ship is measured with 55.820 GT and offers space for 1.160 passengers in 630 cabins; 100 of the cabins are intended for single use. CMV emphasizes an “impressive” passenger-space ratio. The 24-year-old ship comes from a time when ship balconies were still considered an indispensable luxury. Only 149 suites and cabins have a balcony. This makes the Pacific Eden a perfect fit for the CMV fleet, because the other ships also only have a limited number of balconies and terraces.

P&O Pacific Eden

P&O Pacific Eden - © P&O Cruises Australia


The new ship will be sold on both the German and Australian cruise markets. Between May and October it sails under the TransOcean Flag. The starting ports are Bremerhaven and Kiel. The newcomer from Freemantle (Perth) and Adelaide cruises in Australian waters between December and March.

Sales of the cruises planned for summer 2019 will begin in mid-April 2018. The catalog for the new ship is in preparation and can be ordered from the TransOcean website from May. Only the name has not yet been determined. It will only be announced after March 20th. You can choose from the Greek explorer pytheas, the Portuguese Vasco da Gama, the Englishman Henry Hudson and the Italian Amerigo Vespucci.

 

 

 

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