Coral Expedition launches largest expedition ship to sail Asia-Pacific


Australian expedition cruise company, Coral Expeditions, launches its largest expedition ship in Singapore.

The 120-guest Coral Adventurer is the fourth in the fleet and continues to offer their signature environmentally-sensitive expedition cruise to World Heritage Great Barrier Reef on their latest ship.

Other itineraries on the Coral Adventurer also depart Indonesia, Singapore and Australia to sail the Indonesian archipelago, the Australian coast, Pacific Islands and Tasmania.

She is now en route to Darwin on its sold-out maiden voyage: “In the Trail of Tasman”, an 18- day expedition cruise through the Indonesian Archipelago.

Coral Adventurer it is built to access Coral Expeditions Senior Master Gary Wilson said: “Our itineraries are like no other as the combination of expedition cruising in remote coastal waters, matched with our warm Australian hospitality and decades of expedition experience ensure guests enjoy pushing the boundaries and taking travellers even closer to places that haven’t been explored before.”

Other features of the ship includes two trademark Xplorer tenders that are able to seat all passengers at one go and facilitate comfortable shore excursions with open views.

There are also six zodiacs for bolder and more exciting exploration.

The ship also has the line’s trademark guest observation lounge located in the bridge that allows guests to immerse themselves in the navigation and interact with the crew.

Coral Adventurer will be sailing Papua New Guinea, Spice Islands & Raja Ampat, The Kimberley with Cape York & Arnhem Land and A Passage to the Solomons in 2019.

In 2020, the ship will explore different itineraries like The Kimberley with Ningaloo, Cape York & Arnhem Land, Pristine Tasmania and Islands of Indonesia.

Suite Balcony

Lounge on the Coral Adventurer