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THE ULTIMATE GREAT BARRIER REEF SAILING AND
Whitsunday sailing... Great Barrier Reef cruises
and charters, magnificent tropical islands, white sandy beaches,
crystal clear waters, sheltered coves plus idyllic calm water
sailing and cruises.
Whatever your preference, be it the slap of sail and creak of
timber of a classic tall ship or the pleasures of luxury
cruising, you have the choice of
vessels offering the very best of Whitsunday sailing and Great
Barrier Reef cruises.
The Whitsunday Islands are one of the most beautiful sailing and
cruising destinations in the world. The scenery is spectacular
beyond words, the marine life is teeming with vivid colours and
magnificent corals are waiting to be explored.
We'd like to invite you to this paradise to join one of our
voyages of discovery.
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Barrier Reef Small Ship Cruising
paradise of remote and uninhabited islands - become a lazy
beachcomber or an inquisitive adventurer on one of the 3, 4 or 7
night cruises between Cairns & Townsville.
"Coral Princess” and “Coral Princess II” accommodate
54 and 48 guests respectively in twin and double Deluxe Staterooms,
Upper Deck Staterooms, Staterooms and Cabins. The
new luxury expedition cruise ship “Oceanic Discoverer” carries 72
passengers. Onboard accommodation comprises 36 spacious modern
For the latest prices and special offers
- bareboat charters, private crewed charters, or sailings 'by the cabin'
Home to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the
world's wonders, The Whitsundays are filled with tropical rainforests, mangroves and
beaches. Most of the 74 islands have national park status and there are 35,000 sq kms of
marine park with a perfect climate and calm protected waters.
Hamilton Island offers its own
jet airport and large, full-service marina with excellent facilities. It is the yachting
center of the Whitsundays, catering to every whim, with a multitude of shops, restaurants,
a wildlife park and game fishing. The island is laced with secluded beaches and hill treks
and trails for the more energetic.
CORAL PRINCESS CRUISES: THE KIMBERLEY, AN OUTBACK
ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME- this
10 night expedition cruise will take you to a place of
magnificent vistas created by towering rock ridges, silent secluded
gorges, wide savannah plains and waterfalls which defy both nature
and belief. With the new vessel Oceanic
Discoverer joining the renowned Coral Princess in
the Kimberley program this season, join us on our series of
10 night voyages of adventure and discovery to the Australian
Outback between Darwin and Broome.
PRINCESS CRUISES: ACROSS THE TOP OF AUSTRALIA-
Explore the Great Barrier Reef and
remote Cape York, the remote and mysterious Arnhem Land, and the
beauty of Kakadu and the Cobourg Peninsula on our 11 night
expedition cruise between Cairns and Darwin.
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PRINCESS CRUISES: CAPE YORK-
Truly one of Australia’s last frontiers where
life occurs in dramatic abundance - both above and below water - and
where spectacular landscapes are bordered by the pristine blue
waters of the Northern Great Barrier Reef. This 7 day 6 night
exploration cruise combines the unique and remote coastline of Far
North Queensland, the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef, the
pioneering history of "The Cape", and the indigenous culture of the
Aboriginal and Torres Strait people. 4WD
safari packages are also available that extend
the 7 day Cape York cruise into a truly memorable 13 or 14
day Cape York Safari experience.
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