Coral Expeditions Have Resumed Cruising
If you follow us on Facebook, you may have seen the photos from Coral Expeditions’ recent cruise to South Australia. I can’t tell you how good it is to see people out exploring and enjoying cruising again!
Coral Expeditions’ ships take fewer than 100 people so in this day and age, they’re the perfect size to enjoy the cruising experience but without the large numbers of guests. Being Australian owned and operated, with an Australian crew, Coral Expeditions have been fortunate to have been able to resume operation earlier than international ships (they resumed operation in October 2020).
Guests out exploring South Australia with Coral Expeditions
There are several itineraries to choose from – Tasmania (including an itinerary suited for those keen on hiking), Fremantle – Broome, The Kimberley, Great Barrier Reef, Cape York & Arnhem Land, Ningaloo Reef and more. There’s even a circumnavigation of Australia.
With less than 100 guests, it’s a very personal experience complete with an expert expedition team and Guest Lecturer who are available to answer any questions and impart all kinds of information on what you’re seeing. Your daily excursions on the Xplorer and Zodiac tender vessels are all included in the price, as are entrance fees to National Parks and Ports, all meals on board and even wine, beer and soft drinks with lunch and dinner.
Cape Donington | Coral Expeditions
So if you’re tired of being stuck at home and you’d rather be out exploring, give us a call and have a chat or take a look at our website to see some of the packages on offer. Remember, Ultimate Cruising guests also receive chauffeur driven luxury car transfers from your home to the airport and return so your holiday starts the moment you set foot outside your front door!