The Pacific Explorer was built in 1997 and is among P&O Australia’s 4 ships in its fleet. The Pacific Explorer is included in the cruise line’s null Class. In the cruise ship stats below, you’ll find the Pacific Explorer vs all of the other P&O Australia ships.
How big is the Pacific Explorer? Below, you’ll find all of the relevant cruise ship stats, specs and dimensions for the Pacific Explorer. Included in these statistics are passenger capacity, length, year built, year renovated, cost to build, gross tonnage, engine info, number of rooms, deck counts and more!
Passenger Capacity refers to the total number of people that the Pacific Explorer can accommodate. Of course, there are also crew members on board. Below, find the total onboard capacity, including staff and cruise guests.
P&O Australia Avg: 2,114 guests
Pacific Explorer Passenger Capacity: The passenger capacity for the Pacific Explorer is 1,998 guests. The average capacity for the 4 active ships in P&O Australia’s fleet is 2,114 passengers. The passenger capacity range for all P&O Australia ships has a minimum of 1,258 guests and a maximum of 2,600 passengers.
P&O Australia Avg: 963 staff
Pacific Explorer Crew Members: Staff on the Pacific Explorer include 924 crew members. That’s a guest to staff ratio of 4.6:1. The average P&O Australia ship includes 963 employees and has a passenger to staff ratio of 4.6:1.
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How long is the Pacific Explorer? From end to end, the Pacific Explorer length equals 856 feet (261 meters). Compare that to the average ship length of all 4 active vessels in P&O Australia’s fleet, measuring 844 feet (258 meters).
P&O Australia Avg: 844 feet
The smallest P&O Australia ship (in terms of length) measures 720 feet (220 meters) from end to end. The longest vessel spans 950 feet (290 meters).
Our chart below shows the length of the Pacific Explorer vs all other active P&O Australia ships.
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When was the Pacific Explorer Built? The Pacific Explorer was built in 1997 and joined the cruise line’s null Class.
P&O Australia includes 4 active ships. The oldest in the fleet was built in 1997. The average P&O Australia ship is 18 years old and the median build date for all active ships is 2002
P&O Australia Avg: 2007
When was the last Pacific Explorer Dry Dock? The Pacific Explorer has not experienced dry dock improvements yet.
The ship belongs to the P&O Australia class of ships known as the null class.
We're often asked how many passengers are on the Pacific Explorer. The ship's capacity is 1,998. When comparing the occupancy to the average P&O Australia passenger capacity, you'll find that the average ship in the fleet holds 2,114 guests. Feel free to look at our graph above to see where this ship falls in line with all other live P&O Australia ships.
The Pacific Explorer was built in 1997. P&O Australia includes 4 active ships. The oldest in the fleet was built in 1997. The average P&O Australia ship is 18 years old and the median build date for all active ships is 2006
Each of P&O Australia's ships offers a unique layout with features and activities catered to all. Whether the Pacific Explorer is right for you will depend on your individual preferences. Do you prefer a larger or smaller ship with many or fewer guests? Are you hoping for many family activities or entertainment options for an older clientele. Our deck maps layout and activities list provide a helpful guide to what you'll find on board. Feel free to explore the see if this ship is suited towards your preferences.
From end to end, the Spectrum of the Seas length equals 856 feet (261 meters). Compare that to the average ship length of all 4 active vessels in P&O Australia fleet, measuring 844 feet (258 meters). Please see our size comparison chart above to see how this ship falls in line with all other active ships in the fleet.
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