Continuing on from our photo tour of the upper decks of Pacific Eden we begin on deck 8 aft.
Here you find the first of restaurants, the Dragon Lady which is totally Asian influenced.
Right opposite the Dragon Lady is Angelo’s which is Italian dining.
Next along is the Chef’s table for a limited few.
Then is Salt Grill by Luke Mangan with the Salt Bar next door.
Next up is our favourite bar onboard, The Blue Room. Great by day and night. Here each night they had live music and one band, in particular, was superb “Sexy Sunday Jam”.
Images from Pandora shop missing. Next along is another bar, the MIX bar. Behind this bar is the Casino.
Alongside the MIX bar are some duty-free shops.
Walking along past some of the shops towards the theatre. On the right though is the cafe called the Ocean Bar. Here they made awesome coffee, probably the best at sea so far.
At the very front on two decks, 8&7 is The Marquee.
Going down to deck 7 from the theater and exiting you pass the Photo Studio & Images which are missing (no huge letdown) then pass the reception and shore tours desks.
This area is located in on deck 7 of the classic Atrium. One level down is an internet area.
Further back to the rear of the ship you pass the Wine Cellar which is quite small and very boutique, the tables along the walkway don’t excite.
Just opposite this, you’ll find the onboard cinema name Torquay, which is a decent size.
Then beyond this, you have the main dining room, the Waterfront restaurant.
That basically completes the photo tour around the Pacific Eden. I’ve not quite captured everything but the majority. If you’d like to view the photo tour of the outer & upper decks of Pacific Eden then follow that link.
Having taken a look at the CMV Vasco da Gama images online, there has been very little change in decor, just a rename for most of the places throughout the ship.