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2 FREE nights at Moonlight Bay Suites plus FREE sightseeing tour of Broome or Darwin*

Coral Adventurer

Great for the fit & and the not quite so fit
Includes all meal and house beer and with meals
Stays Australian waters – no passport required
Over half the cabins have balconies
All excursions and sightseeing
Use of Xplorer and Zodiacs
Daily lectures and briefings
Selected wines, beers, and spirits with juices, and soft drinks served with lunch and dinner
Coffee and selection of teas
All entrance fees to National Parks and Ports, including Traditional Owner Fees
Tips and gratuities

The new Coral Adventurer caters for 120 passengers in 60 staterooms, with 32 of them having balconies.......

Prices, Dates & Availability 2023

10 Night Kimberley - Broome to Darwin

Date From Date To Itinerary From To Availability
28 Apr 08 May 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
19 May 29 May 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
09 Jun 19 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
30 Jun 10 Jul 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
21 Jul 31 Jul 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
11 Aug 21 Aug 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available

10 Night Kimberley - Darwin to Broome

Date From Date To Itinerary From To Availability
09 May 19 May 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Available
30 May 09 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Available
20 Jun 30 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Available
11 Jul 21 Jul 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Available
01 Aug 11 Aug 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Available

Cabin Rates 2023 - Shoulder Season

Cabin Rates 2023 Twin Share Per Person
Coral Deck $8,660
Promenade Deck $10,390
Explorer Deck $13,860
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,160
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $19,490

Cabin Rates 2023 - Peak Season

Cabin 2023 – Peak Season Twin Share Per Person
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,740
Promenade Deck Stateroom $11,690
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $17,050
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $21,920

* All prices are per person & based on Twin share unless otherwise listed

Prices, Dates & Availability 2022

10 Night Kimberley - Broome to Darwin

Date From Date To Itinerary From To Availability
28 Mar 07 Apr 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Available
18 Apr 28 Apr 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Sold Out
09 May 19 May 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Explorer Deck (Sole)
30 May 09 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Sold Out
20 Jun 30 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Sold Out
11 Jul 21 Jul 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Explorer Deck/Promenade Deck
Coral Deck
01 Aug 11 Aug 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Sold Out
22 Aug 01 Sep 10 Night Kimberley Broome Darwin Explorer Deck (Sole)
24 Sep 04 Oct 10 Night Kimberley
(Contact us for prices and extended itinerary)
Broome Darwin Available

10 Night Kimberley - Darwin to Broome

Date From Date To Itinerary From To Availability
29 Apr 09 May 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Sold Out
20 May 30 May 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Sold Out
10 Jun 20 Jun 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Promenade Deck/Coral Deck
01 Jul 11 Jul 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Explorer Deck/Promenade Deck
Coral Deck
22 Jul 01 Aug 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Explorer Deck/Promenade Deck
Coral Deck
12 Aug 22 Aug 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Promenade Deck/Coral Deck
12 Sep 22 Sep 10 Night Kimberley
(Contact us for prices and extended itinerary)
Darwin Broome Bridge Deck/Explorer Deck
Promenade Deck
18 Mar 28 Mar 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Bridge Deck/Explorer Deck
Promenade Deck
08 Apr 18 Apr 10 Night Kimberley Darwin Broome Sold Out

Cabin 2022 - Shoulder Season

Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $17,750
Cabin 2022 – Shoulder Season Twin Share Per Person
Coral Deck Stateroom $8,250
Promenade Deck Stateroom $9,850
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $12,990
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $13,590

Cabin 2022

Cabin (2022) – Peak Season – May, June, & July Twin Share Per Person
Coral Deck Stateroom $9,350
Promenade Deck Stateroom $10,890
Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,290
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $15,590
Bridge Deck Balcony Suite $20,890

* All prices are per person & based on Twin share unless otherwise listed

Itineraries

11 Day Adventurer Itinerary – Darwin to Broome

Day 1

DARWIN

Board your ship at 8.00am for a 9:00am departure. As we cross Cambridge Gulf and sail into Western Australian waters, join our expedition staff in the lounge for an informative introduction to the Kimberley. Meet and mingle with fellow guests and crew at the Captain’s Welcome Drinks.

Day 2

KING GEORGE RIVER AND FALLS

At over 80 metres, King George Falls are the highest twin falls in Western Australia. Feel humbled by nature’s awesome force as thousands of tonnes of water cascade over the ancient sandstone cliffs. Early in the season, you may cruise under the mist of the falls, while in later months we get up close to the sandstone walls to view the honeycomb erosion patterns.

Day 3

VANSITTART BAY

Vansittart Bay contains many sites of cultural and historical significance. Here we have opportunity to view the remarkable Gwion Gwion galleries and Macassan sites at Jar Island. On the Anjo Peninsula, discover the wreckage of the downed C-53 Skytrooper, well-preserved since it crashed in 1942. With our Guest Lecturers, see fine examples of the Kimberley’s mysterious Bradshaw Paintings (Gwion Gwion), dating back some 20,000 years.

Day 4

MITCHELL FALLS, WINYALKAN, & SWIFT BAY

Carved through layers of sandstone, Mitchell Falls descends over four tiers, creating pools of emerald green on each level. The option to take a scenic helicopter flight will give you a breathtaking view, or alternatively explore the sandstone caves of Hathway’s Hideaway or enjoy a catch and release fishing excursion*. Swift Bay reveals a series of fine Wandjina art galleries. This evening enjoy a spectacular Indian Ocean sunset as we indulge in a gourmet BBQ on the sundeck or the beach.

Day 5

PRINCE FREDERICK HARBOUR

At the southern end of the York Sound lies one of the most spectacular locations in the Kimberley: Prince Frederick Harbour. It is home to many islands, mangroves and monsoon rainforests, set against a backdrop of steep red escarpment. White-bellied sea eagles and other birds of prey are often seen here, and at low tide expansive mudflats reveal large populations of various mudskippers and mangrove crabs. Spot massive saltwater crocodiles on a cruise up Porosus Creek, visit art sites, and marvel at rock formations.

Day 6

PRINCE REGENT RIVER & CAREENING BAY

Running on a fault line, this straight river is a haven for native species. If the tide is right, there may be an opportunity for swimming at Camp Creek, and here we visit the beautiful King Cascade. See the National Heritage Listed ‘Mermaid Tree’ at Careening Bay. It still bears the name carved by the crew of Phillip Parker King’s ship HMS Mermaid when the ship was careened here for repairs in 1820.

Day 7

MONTGOMERY REEF

Montgomery Reef is a biologically diverse area covering over 300 sq km. Named by Phillip Parker King, this marvelous reef is home to several species of marine turtles, dolphins, dugongs, and crocodiles. As the reef emerges from the sea at low tide, we get up close in the Xplorer and inflatables to witness the spectacle. Our guides will share their knowledge on the formation of the reef and the myriad wildlife here.

Day 8

DOUBTFUL BAY

Raft Point guards the entrance to this iconic area, with a host of destinations such as the mighty Sale River, Steep Island and Ruby Falls at Red Cone Creek. There may also be an opportunity to meet the Worrora people and experience the wonderous Wandjina art of Raft Point.

Day 9

HORIZONTAL FALLS & BUCCANEER ARCHIPELAGO

The visual delight of the Buccaneer Archipelago reveals Talbot Bay. Here we find the natural wonder of the Horizontal Falls. The changing tide thunders through narrow gorges in the McLarty Ranges, and you can experience the thrill of traversing the falls at high speed aboard inflatable tenders. At Cyclone Creek, view evidence of massive geological forces in the impressive rock formations, or take an Xplorer cruise through the Iron Islands, past Koolan Island, before enjoying sunset drinks at Nares Point.

Day 10

THE LACEPEDE ISLANDS

Subject to weather and tides, we visit the Lacepede Islands, a series of low islands consisting of coarse sand and coral rubble lying atop a platform reef. This nature reserve has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area as it supports up to 18,000 breeding pairs of Brown Boobies and Roseate Terns, possibly the largest such population in the world. Board the Zodiacs and explore the island’s lagoon, keeping an eye out for many species of marine birdlife including Australian Pelicans, frigate birds, egrets, gulls and terns. The islands are also renowned as Western Australia’s most significant breeding grounds for the Green Turtle, often seen nesting here. This evening we enjoy the Captain’s farewell drinks.

Day 11

BROOME

Our adventure along the Kimberley Coast concludes in Broome this morning at 8:00am. If you’re not transferring directly to the airport why not spend the day visiting world-famous Cable Beach or stroll the historic streets of Chinatown in central Broome. Post cruise transfers included.

11 Day Adventurer Itinerary – Broome to Darwin

Day 1

BROOME

The start of your Kimberley Expedition Cruise. Board your ship at 4.00pm for a 5.00pm departure. Enjoy the Captain’s welcome drinks with fellow travellers and friendly Coral Expeditions’ crew. Take in stunning views from the sundeck as we cruise north towards Cape Leveque.

Day 2

LACEPEDE ISLANDS

Subject to weather and tides, visit the Lacepede Islands, a series of low islands consisting of coarse sand and coral rubble lying atop a platform reef (subject to weather and tides). This nature reserve has been identified by BirdLife International as an Important Bird Area as it supports up to 18,000 breeding pairs of Brown Boobies and Roseate Terns, possibly the largest such population in the world. Disembark to board a Zodiac and explore the island’s lagoon, keeping an eye out for many species of marine birdlife including Australian Pelicans, Frigatebirds, Egrets, Gulls and Terns. The islands are also renowned as Western Australia’s most significant breeding grounds for the Green Turtle, and it is often seen nesting here.

Day 3

HORIZONTAL FALLS AND BUCCANEER ARCHIPELAGO

The visual delight of the Buccaneer Archipelago reveals Talbot Bay. Here we find the natural wonder of the Horizontal Falls. The changing tide thunders through narrow gorges in the McLarty Ranges, and you can experience the thrill of traversing the falls at high speed aboard inflatable tenders. At Cyclone Creek, view evidence of massive geological forces in the impressive rock formations, or take an Xplorer cruise through the Iron Islands, past Koolan Island, before enjoying sunset drinks at Nares Point.

Day 4

DOUBTFUL BAY

Raft Point guards the entrance to this iconic area, with a host of destinations such as the mighty Sale River, Steep Island and Ruby Falls at Red Cone Creek. There may also be an opportunity to meet the Worrora people and experience the wonderous Wandjina art of Raft Point.

Day 5

MONTGOMERY REEF

Montgomery Reef is a biologically diverse area covering over 300 sq km. Named by Phillip Parker King, this marvelous reef is home to several species of marine turtles, dolphins, dugongs, and crocodiles. As the reef emerges from the sea at low tide, we get up close in the Xplorer and inflatables to witness the spectacle. Our guides will share their knowledge on the formation of the reef and the myriad wildlife here.

Day 6

PRINCE REGENT RIVER AND CAREENING BAY

Running on a fault line, this straight river is a haven for native species. If the tide is right, there may be an opportunity for swimming at Camp Creek, and here we visit the beautiful King Cascade. See the National Heritage Listed ‘Mermaid Tree’ at Careening Bay. It still bears the name carved by the crew of Phillip Parker King’s ship HMS Mermaid when the ship was repaired here in 1820.

Day 7

PRINCE FREDERICK HARBOUR

At the southern end of the York Sound lies one of the most spectacular locations in the Kimberley: Prince Frederick Harbour. It is home to many islands, mangroves and monsoon rainforests, set against a backdrop of steep red escarpment. White-bellied sea eagles and other birds of prey are often seen here, and at low tide expansive mudflats reveal large populations of various mudskippers and mangrove crabs. Spot massive saltwater crocodiles on a cruise up Porosus Creek, visit art sites, and marvel at rock formations.

Day 8

MITCHELL FALLS, WINYALKAN, & SWIFT BAY

Carved through layers of sandstone, Mitchell Falls descends over four tiers, creating pools of emerald green on each level. The option to take a scenic helicopter flight will give you a breathtaking view, or alternatively explore the sandstone caves of Hathway’s Hideaway or enjoy a catch and release fishing excursion*. Swift Bay reveals a series of fine Wandjina art galleries.

Day 9

VANSITTART BAY

Vansittart Bay contains many sites of cultural and historical significance. Here we have opportunity to view the remarkable Gwion Gwion galleries and Macassan sites at Jar Island. On the Anjo Peninsula, discover the wreckage of the downed C-53 Skytrooper, well-preserved since it crashed in 1942.

Day 10

KING GEORGE RIVER AND FALLS

At over 80 metres, King George Falls are the highest twin falls in Western Australia. Feel humbled by nature’s awesome force as thousands of tonnes of water cascade over the ancient sandstone cliffs. Early in the season, you may cruise under the mist of the falls, while in later months we get up close to the sandstone walls to view the honeycomb erosion patterns.

Day 11

DARWIN

Our incredible adventure along the Kimberley Coast concludes in Darwin this morning at 8:30am. Bid farewell to new-found friends and the Captain and crew. Post cruise transfers in Darwin included.

Inclusions & Options

Your expedition includes:

Great for the fit & and the not quite so fit
Includes all meal and house beer and with meals
Stays Australian waters – no passport required
Over half the cabins have balconies
All excursions and sightseeing
Use of Xplorer and Zodiacs
Daily lectures and briefings
Selected wines, beers, and spirits with juices, and soft drinks served with lunch and dinner
Coffee and selection of teas
All entrance fees to National Parks and Ports, including Traditional Owner Fees
Tips and gratuities

Optional extras:

Optional Mitchell Falls Heli flight (own expense)

Deck Plan & Cabins

Cabins:

Bridge Deck Balcony Suite


Two Cairns and Darwin suites are spacious and elegant retreats after a busy day ashore. Suites are equipped with a lounge area, minibar and personal coffee machine. They have special King sized beds and an 8 square metres private balcony has an outdoor daybed and lounge chair for two. A unique outside-facing bathroom with picture windows, bath and separate shower complete the suite experience. A complimentary minibar is replenished daily.
Bridge Deck Balcony Suites are 55.8 square metres.

Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom


Two Bridge Deck staterooms are comfortably furnished with a junior King size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and armchair are included. A compact en-suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. French windows opening to a balcony with seating for two gives you a private perch to watch the panorama unfold outside. These staterooms are located on the bridge deck with superb views and adjacent to the Cairns and Darwin suites.
Bridge Deck Balcony Staterooms are 21.4 square metres

Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom


Explorer Deck staterooms are comfortably furnished with a junior King size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and armchair are included. A compact en-suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. Your private balcony has seating for two from which to view the passing coastal vistas. These staterooms are located on the Explorer deck.
Explorer Deck Balcony Staterooms are 21.4 square metres

Promenade Deck Stateroom


Promenade Deck Staterooms are located below the Explorer deck and furnished with a junior King size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and armchair are included. A compact en-suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. A large picture window gives you wide views of the world outside.
Promenade Deck Staterooms are 17 square metres

Coral Deck Stateroom


Coral Deck Staterooms are located below the Promenade Deck and are identically furnished with a junior King size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and armchair are included. A compact en-suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. Twin porthole windows give you views of the world outside.
Coral Deck Staterooms are 17 square metres

Deck Plan:

More About This Ship:

There’s also multiple bars and lounges, a spacious dining room accommodating all guests in one sitting, and a light-filled lecture room for expert presentations. With a Navigator lounge in the Bridge & over 1000 square metres of open deck space, including a wrap-around promenade deck with panoramic views, the Coral Adventurer is a modern and stylish option.

Cradled on a hydraulic platform on the ship’s stern, guests easily step aboard two Xplorer excursion tenders, each accommodating 60 passengers in individual seating,  before the platform lowers into the water, eliminating the need to get your feet wet when trying to jump into a bobbing zodiac.

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