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Recent Dry Dock Photos of Pacific Explorer Released

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The Australian based cruise line which is owned by Carnival Corporation is turning the former Dawn Princess into Pacific Explorer. The ship is receiving new features for the market down under which we explained in a previous post.

The ships new cruise line posted dry dock photos on Facebook which you can view below:

When the multi-million 12-day dry dock is complete Pacific Explorer will sail its maiden voyage for P&O from Sydney, Australia on June 22, 2017.

Pacific Explorer Dry Dock

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