Approaching its first anniversary as part of the P&O Cruises fleet, Pacific Eden has certainly been on the move – spending short seasons in Perth, Cairns and Sydney – from where it has sailed to all corners of the country, to the South Pacific, PNG and the Solomon Islands.

The 1,260-passenger P&O Cruises ship is definitely on the smaller end of ships classified as mid-size but it is now well established as a much lover member of the fleet.

Prior to its arrival in Australia, Pacific Eden was a recipient of a significant bow-to-stern refurbishment which saw the former Holland America Line ship converted to offer the P&O guest experience. Now with a full winter in this part of the world under its belt, the vessel is raring to go for summer with a full catalogue of itineraries from Sydney.

Among all of the aforementioned destinations, the ship will also sail along the Queensland coast to Fraser Island, Moreton Island, Far North Queensland and on themed Christmas and New Year’s Eve voyages to the tropical Pacific islands. If you’re planning a cruise on this ship, you will have a range of accommodation options at your disposal, which we’ll now look at.

The most economical of the P&O Cruises accommodation standard. Interior rooms have private ensuites and all the comforts of home, with the only exception being their location where passengers exchange a view outside of the ship for the best prices.

All of these rooms are able to accommodate up to four people with third and fourth berths, however not all of them feature four beds, so you’ll need to make sure you select a cabin with space for four people at the time of booking if you need to.

Interior rooms feature an ensuite with a shower and vanity, flat screen television, wardrobe and personalised air-conditioning. Unlike Pacific PearlPacific Dawn and Pacific Jewel though, these rooms DO NOT offer a personal refrigerator, however you can request a portable one if you need to keep medication cool.