The boutique Australian cruise line Coral Expeditions has taken delivery of its brand new Coral Adventurer vessel. The 120-guest ship is sure to set a new benchmark in Australian expedition cruising.
Luxury expedition cruising is more popular than ever. Indeed, the launch of Coral Adventurer comes as the French owned Ponant rapidly grow their fleet and Seabourn and Silversea place orders for new expedition ships.
The Coral Adventurer has been purpose-built for the waters of Australasia. Her small size will enable her to reach beautiful and rarely visited destinations that the big ships can’t.
“Our itineraries and decades of expedition experience [take] travellers even closer to places that haven’t been explored before”, said Coral Expeditions Senior Master Gary Wilson.
In fact, gaining access to these unique places is a luxury in itself and Coral Expeditions guests don’t need to sacrifice the creature comfort’s to get there. The luxurious new Coral Adventurer has spacious suites and staterooms with balconies as well as beautiful public spaces filled with Australian Aboriginal art. There is also a wine cellar and gourmet dining.
Corel Expeditions is one of the World’s oldest expedition cruise lines, celebrating 34 years in 2019. Those years of experience have been built into the design of Coral Adventurer. The vessel is equipped with the latest technology, as well as lightweight dual Xplorer tenders for easy access ashore and a fleet of six zodiacs.
Corel Adventurer also features a unique observation lounge in the bridge, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the navigation activity and interact with crew along the way.
Coral Adventurer offers luxury cruisers a truly Australian way of experiencing the lands down under. For more information visit the Coral Expeditions website.