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Entertainment Options Onboard The Pacific Princess

Cabaret Lounge (Show Lounge)
Cabaret Lounge (Show Lounge)
The Cabaret Lounge is one of two of Pacific Princess' main entertainment venues and is where the ship's production shows take place.

Located on deck 5 it also shows movies and offers entertainment including lectures and bingo during the day and comedians at night.

The Cabaret has its own large dance floor, bar and stage.
Tahitian Lounge (Show Lounge)
Tahitian Lounge (Show Lounge)
The Tahitian Lounge on deck 10 is the ship's second main entertainment venue with its own bar, dance floor and stage.

It offers guests a range of entertainment from art auctions and dancing to trivia contests and acts as the ships night club.

Pacific Princess also holds several traditional pub lunches at this venue during a cruise.

The casino on deck 5 has a number of games tables and slot machines and is served by its own bar which also features entertainment for guests to enjoy whilst having a drink.
Card Room (Cards Room)
Card Room (Cards Room)
Pacific Princess has a card room on deck 9.

The room also contains a selection of board games for guests' use.
Boutiques (Shop)
Boutiques (Shop)
Pacific Princess has two shops on deck 5 selling items ranging from fashion, logo clothing and souvenirs to duty free spirits, jewellery and sundries.
Photo Gallery (Shop)
Photo Gallery (Shop)
The ship's Photo Gallery displays official photos taken by the ship's onboard photographer for guests to peruse and purchase if so desired.

Located on the deck 5, guests can also buy a range of camera equipment and accessories.
Scholarship@Sea offers guests a range of self-enrichment courses to participate in from culinary arts, wine tasting and ceramic decorating to princess pop choir and art history.

Some courses are complimentary whilst others such as wine tasting and ceramics decorating attract a small charge.

The courses take place at different locations throughout the ships from the two show lounges to outdoor areas as listed in the daily Pacific Princess Patters.