Coral Adventurer to arrive in 2019

Coral Expeditions is updating the travel trade with the news that the build of its new ship Coral Adventurer is on track for delivery for early 2019.

Coral Adventurer will accommodate 120 passengers in 60 staterooms, each of which will be outside facing and the majority with French windows and private balconies. Two Bridge Deck Balcony suites will also feature a lounge area, king-sized bed and unique outside-facing bathroom with picture windows.

There will be multiple indoor and outdoor bars with lounge seating inviting guests to watch the panorama unfold outside whilst a guest observation lounge located in the bridge will enable guests to immerse themselves in the navigational activity.

In terms of expedition capabilities, two Xplorer tenders cradled in the back of the ship will facilitate comfortable shore excursions with six zodiacs also available for more intrepid exploration. The Coral Adventurer will explore the regions of Papua New Guinea, Singapore to Darwin, Krakatoa, Sulawesi, Spice Islands and West Papua with her inaugural voyage departing Singapore in April 2019.

Go to coralexpeditions.com to find out more.


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