Ship statistics

Cruise Line: Venus Cruise

Entered service: 1998

Lifestyle: Standard

Onboard currency: Japanese Yen

Passengers (lower berth): 476

Crew: 220

Tonnage: 26,518

Length: 183.4 metres

Beam: 25.0 metres

Draft: 6.5 metres

Pacific Venus

Pacific Venus is the second largest cruise ship registered in Japan.

Built in 1998 by Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, she is the second ship for the Osaka-based Venus Cruise.

Meaning “Paradise on the Ocean”,Pacific Venus is a small but well-designed ship. The high passenger space ratio makes Pacific Venus one of the more luxurious ships based in the Asia-Pacific region.

Pacific Venus is more suitable to Japanese elderly passengers, though family-friendly cruises are often operated.

Pacific Venus usually sails on a World Cruise in April, which lasts for around three months. In winter she also operates longer voyages such as the South Pacific Grand Cruise and Asia Grand Cruise. Her major homeports are Yokohama and Kobe.

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