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Pacific Sky resumes cruise schedule

Pacific Sky resumes cruise schedule

P&O Cruises is delighted to announce that Pacific Sky resumes her interrupted Pacific Islands cruise schedule tomorrow (April 2) following permanent repairs successfully carried out in Auckland.

The repairs to corrosion in ducts inside the ship have been inspected and approved by New Zealand's Maritime Safety Authority and Lloyds Register of Shipping and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency of the UK.

Tomorrow she sets sail for Tonga, Samoa and Fiji under the command of Captain Nick Carlton with 1,505 passengers and 625 crew on board.

P&O Cruises thanks passengers affected by the ship repairs for their patience.

P&O Cruises is delighted to welcome back Pacific Sky and her crew and is looking forward to providing passengers with an enjoyable and relaxing cruise. P&O Cruises thanks all who have work tirelessly during the past two weeks to successfully return the ship to service.

Gavin Smith

Managing Director

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