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Part Two

 

Boat Deck

 

The Bridge taken whilst the ship was laid up in Genoa

Photograph by & Peter Knego - http://maritimematters.com

 

Sun Deck

 

Topside far forward is the wonderful Starlight room, come Crow’s Nest, whilst late at night it serves as a Disco

 

The famed Crystal Pool remains unchanged from the “Love Boat” days!

 

It is Tropical Feast Night at the Crystal Pool

 

Portside looking forward to the Crystal Pool

 

Observation Deck

 

 

Above & below; here we see the observation Deck and the Glass sliding roof over the Crystal Pool closed

Whilst below it is open and it is time for the lunch buffet

 

 

Cabins and Suites

 

 

Above & below: The first thing we were interested in as we boarded was of course our cabin and here it is; Cabin A147.

The cabin is on the starboard side on A Deck one cabin forward of the main the hallway and the upper level of the 2 level Lobby

 

 Looking toward the bathroom, wardrobes and the entrance door

 

The view of the lobby from almost outside of our cabin, looking aft to port

 

This is the same as our cabin just a promotional photograph from Quail Cruises

 

 

Above & below: This is one of two luxurious Balcony Suites located aft of A (Aloha) Deck

Promotional photographs from Quail Cruises

 

 

 

The Balcony to Suites A441 & A442

 

This is a Junior Suite

Promotional photograph from Quail Cruises

 

A typical Inside Cabin

Promotional photographs from Quail Cruises

 

Photographs of the Ship

 

MS Pacific at Civitavecchia

 

MS-Pacific-at-anchor-Villefranche-sur-Mer-Ind-of-Seas

 

MS-Pacific-Ajaccio-Corsica-France

 

MS-Pacific-Mahon-aka-Mao-Menorca-Spain

Just for Interest:

MS Pacific did not sail for much longer as she suffered generator problems and the once famous Pacific Princess, the “Love Boat” was seized by the Italian Coast Guard mid 2008 for a massive repair bill of US$14 million that was due to San Giorgio di Porto Shipyards by Templeton International Inc, something that had nothing to do with Quail Cruises. However, I suggest that to head to the Pacific Princess page (see the link at the bottom of the page) and discover this fine ships whole story as well as her final day’s right to her final voyage to the Turkish breakers in 2013.

Remembering One of Two of the Finest Cruise Ships Ever Built!

 

MS Sea Venture, Pacific Princess, Pacific

 

Here we see the Pacific Princess in the days when she visited Sydney Australia

Photograph by & Reuben Goossens

 

“The Love Boat”

 

Memories of her as the “Love Boat” with her wonderful crew!

Image above & photo below from the “Love Boat show” and “Princess Cruises”

 

Farewell Pacific Princess, the Old Girl, that became the Pacific,

For the delivery voyage to the breakers she was named the “ACIC” and she was broken up in 2013/14! 

 

MS Pacific – Index:

Part One Eckhard Herrnsdorf provides his cruise review and wonderful photo album of his voyage

Part Two This is Part Two of the Photo Album

Deck Plan

Pacific Princess … Comprehensive feature, covering her from birth to her end!

 

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