The popularity of luxury expedition cruising is soaring as discerning travellers seek new experiences. Some of the best destinations can only be reached on smaller ships, like the luxurious Coral Expeditions fleet.
Coral Expeditions have been taking their guests to some of the least visited and most beautiful regions of the South Pacific, Australia and South East Asia for 34 years. Now they are about to expand their fleet with the addition of a brand new luxury expedition vessel.
The Coral Adventurer will debut next year. It will have room for just 120 pampered guests in 60 beautifully appointed staterooms and suites. With active stabilisers it will be built for comfort. And the twin Azipod propulsion units mean Coral Adventurer will go places other ships can’t.
Indeed, the Coral Adventurer will open up a whole new range of itineraries for luxury expedition cruisers, including places never before visited by cruise ships.
The maiden voyage from Singapore to Darwin, Australia, will follow the spice route visiting the dragons of Komodo and the orangutans of Borneo, as well as the fiery island of Krakatoa.
The Coral Adventurer’s inaugural season will also include a circumnavigation of Sulawesi, Indonesia, giving guests the chance to swim with whale sharks, see sun bears and go ashore on a beach where locals still build their wooden boats by hand.
Guests can make the most of each destination by attending expedition briefings and expert presentations in Coral Adventurer’s state of the art Lecture lounge. And there’s easy access ashore thanks to the line’s trademark Xplorer tenders.
Discovering the World’s most remote locales doesn’t mean guests miss out on the finer things in life. There will be fine food served in Coral Adventurer’s restaurant and top quality beer, wines and spirits in the multiple onboard bars.
Also, there will be outdoor bars and Coral Adventurer will have space to relax on a panoramic sun deck with super comfortable loungers.
For more information about Coral Adventurer visit the Coral Expeditions website.