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is suited to a leisure lover with
a sense of adventure. On board,
there is an excursion boat and
comfortable accommodation for
72 passengers. Ten-day cruises are
available from Darwin to Broome.
Odyssey This small boat can
accommodate 20 guests in twin-share
single cabins and deluxe double
cabins. It offers a nine-day Mitchell
Plateau expedition, and a 14-day
complete Kimberley coast trip,
departing from Broome or Wyndham.
Lady M Form your own group
of six couples and enjoy an intimate
seven- to 12-night cruise along the
Kimberley coast from Broome to
Darwin. Enjoy a dip in the eight-seater
spa while you take in the sights.
Eco Abrolhos The Eco
Abrolhos travels from Broome to
Darwin and offers 13- and 14-night
cruises. Thirty-eight people can stay
on board in twin-share cabins with
ensuites. Three small boats transport
passengers to activities.
Pacific Eden P&O Cruises’
luxurious Pacific Eden offers a nine-
night cruise from Fremantle up to
Broome. There’s also a three-night
return cruise option from Fremantle to
Margaret River. The ship boasts two
pool decks, a waterfront restaurant,
cinema and more.
Sun Princess Three- and
four-night cruises are available from
Fremantle to Margaret River in March
and December 2016, and in January
2017. The ship can comfortably
accommodate 1011 guests and 924
crew. It has three pools, five whirlpool
spas, fitness centre, casino, movies
under the stars and more.
YOU CAN SPEND A LIFETIME CRUISING THE
RIVERS AND WATERWAYS OF THE WORLD,
ONLY TO REALISE THE SECOND YOU START TO
CRUISE WA THAT THE BEST OF THE BEST WAS
WAITING FOR YOU, RIGHT HERE AT HOME.
These luxury boat trips
will blow everything
you’ve ever done before
out of the water. From
helipads and top catering, to five-star
accommodation (if a little smaller than
an Infinity Suite at Crown Perth), it’s all
about location, location, location.
Imagine stepping out of your
suite and finding yourself adrift in
breathtakingly pristine wilderness –
ready to swim in freshwater pools,
snorkel coral reefs, or take the
chopper out to bushwalk through
historical sites and spot diverse
wildlife (maybe a croc or two), then
return to the boat to enjoy gourmet
meals prepared by the chef. If you
want to stay in for the day, no one
will stop you: take a book from the
extensive library and escape to
the sundeck, or relax in the on-board
spa and enjoy spectacular views.
Kimberley Quest II
This award-winning cruise ship
offers extended wilderness
expeditions along the Kimberley
coastline. The 25m vessel can
accommodate up to 18 guests, and
offers six- to 14-day tours. There’s
even a spa and sunbeds on deck.
MS Caledonian Sky
Enjoy a 10-day Broome-Darwin
cruise on this beauty, in July, August
and September. The ship can
accommodate 100 passengers and
a whopping 75 crew. There are many
deluxe suites available with their own
A new cruise liner to visit the
Kimberley, the Silver Discoverer
offers 10- to 13-night cruises from
Broome to Darwin. All suites feature
a butler service, a bar stocked
with your favourites, and champagne
Coral Expeditions I
Formerly the Coral Princess, this 35m
vessel carries 48 passengers on 10-day
cruises from Darwin to Broome. Its
upper deck and deluxe staterooms
will be right up your alley.
True North Likened to
a luxurious hotel, True North is a
50m ship with the capacity for 36
passengers, complete with its own
helicopter. Cruises are available from
Perth and Broome, exploring the
Coral Coast and Kimberley regions.
MV Great Escape
This small luxury cruise vessel with
onboard chopper and amazing
catering can access more nooks and
crannies of the Kimberley, and with
only 14 guests the cruise is flexible –
meaning you can take advantage of
the wisdom of crew, and see all of the
area’s secrets and hidden treasures.
Departing Broome, tours include the
Kimberley, Rowley Shoals, fishing
expeditions and more.
The Coral Discoverer, formerly
known as the Oceanic Discoverer,
With a glittering coastline as sexy
as Western Australia’s, you’d be
mad not to commandeer a Super
Yacht. Imagine diving off the deck
on a day trip to Rotto, hosting
a party, or just cruising up and
down in style. If you don’t have
upwards of $95 million for a brand
new one, and timeshare is too great
a commitment, you can rent one for
the day. Visit superyacht-Australia.
com or australianmarinecomplex.
com.au for more. Alternatively
if you’re a VIP guest at Crown Perth,
you can hang out on its multi-
million dollar super yacht, enjoying
on-board activities as you cruise
the beautiful Swan River, or head to
Photography North Star Cruises.
King George Falls (photography Kimberley Quest).
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