Pacific Eden Visits Port Lincoln

PACIFIC EDEN information sheet 170316

The Pacific Eden will make its first visit to Port Lincoln on Wednesday 23 March 2016 and be returning on Wednesday 6 April. She will be the last cruise ship visit for this season.
The 1950 passengers and 620 crew on board will have a full day to sight see and enjoy the attractions that Port Lincoln has to offer. She will be alongside the wharf by 8.00 am with passengers being able to disembark shortly afterwards. With a scheduled departure time of 8.00 pm, passengers and crew will additional time to make the most of what Port Lincoln has to offer.
The Pacific Eden is on a 4 night cruise departing from Adelaide, visiting Port Lincoln and then returning to Adelaide. Passengers are likely to be a broad mix of ages and mostly domestic so there is a strong chance of encouraging repeat visitation.
To showcase our famous Tunarama Festival, there will be activities on the foreshore to entertain both visitors and locals. While there will not be a Tuna Toss (you have to come to the Tunarama Festival for that), there will be prawn tossing and peeling competitions, the classic keg roll and a magnetic fishing game for all ages available all day. Local musicians will also be showcasing their talent on the town square. Why not take advantage of the free music and enjoy your lunch or a coffee in the sunshine on the foreshore lawns!

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