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Coral Discoverer Review

4.0 / 5.0
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Discovering the Tasmanian Southern Coast

Review for Coral Discoverer to Australia & New Zealand
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Carstahoy
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

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Sail Date: Mar 2018
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Having sailed on the Coral Discoverer (previously Oceanic Discoverer) from Darwin to Broome in 2015 our party of six decided to "do it again" ie. enjoy a nice cabin along with great service, friendly staff, great food and drink offerings whilst we sail and view magnificent scenery, visit historic places, walk in wilderness areas, enjoy enlightening talks and films and have a lot of fun in the process.

We were not disappointed, Coral Discoveries provided just what we expected plus some, another great holiday. The weather was kind to us as it has been known to worse down south, but that can be the case anywhere on any holiday.

This ship has room for 72 people and carries landing craft where you can board and go ashore without getting your feet wet most of the time, The Explorer carries all 72 people on excursions, as well there are a few kayaks available and the larger inflatables for excursions when required.

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Cabin Promenade Deck A

Queen bed, ensuite, comfortable with a good size window for viewing

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