Perfect for an Antipodean adventure, the Coral Discoverer has plenty of space inside and out on deck, with an experienced expedition team on hand to share their wealth of knowledge.
Maximum passengers: 72
Refurbished in 2016, the Coral Discoverer is an ideal choice for expedition cruising in the Southern Hemisphere. She was built to the exacting international SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) standards and specifications and is staffed by a friendly Australian and New Zealand crew.
The ship is equipped with latest technology active stabilisers to ensure comfortable cruising in open waters and is fitted with modern safety and navigation equipment, as well as wireless internet facilities. Her shallow draught and excellent manoeuvrability allow her to explore the smaller bays and inlets that larger ships can’t reach, whilst the onboard tender vessel, Xplorer, can carry all 72 passengers on excursions to beaches and rivers.
All guest cabins feature original artworks and contemporary design, with air-conditioning, ensuite bathrooms and external views. Public spaces are relaxed and welcoming, with a library and a lounge, as well as a choice of bars including the new Explorers Bar located out on the sun deck. Swap tales with fellow-travellers, learn from the expedition team’s wealth of knowledge and keep watch for wildlife.
- Cabins with private ensuite bathrooms and ocean views
- Lecture lounge
- Dining room
- Exercise area
- Gift shop
- Diving equipment (selected itineraries)
- Zodiacs and Xplorer tender
- Sun deck
Why choose the Coral Discoverer?
Small, relaxed and friendly, the Coral Discoverer was designed especially for modern expedition cruising and offers a balance of active adventures with space to relax and unwind as you cruise the far corners of the globe.
Main Deck Stateroom (category B): two lower single berths or one junior king bed with exterior portholes and private bathroom
Main Deck Stateroom (category A): two lower single berths or one junior king bed with large exterior portholes and private bathroom
Promenade Deck Stateroom (category B): two lower single berths or one junior king bed with exterior window and private bathroom, at the bow of the ship
Promenade Deck Stateroom (category A): two lower single berths or one junior king bed with exterior window and private bathroom
Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom: two lower single berths or one junior king bed with balcony and private bathroom
Holidays featuring this vessel
The Kimberley Expedition Cruise
Coastal Tasmania Expedition Cruise
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