In February we enjoyed a fabulous 7-night Tasmanian cruise out of Hobart. It was our third cruise on the Coral Discoverer and it was great to see that the crew keep her in tip top condition. There were quite a few familiar faces in the crew, and all are friendly and welcoming.
The cruise documentation states that the itinerary is flexible and will vary according to weather and sea conditions. We saw that flexibility on the first day when we were not able to visit the Huon Valley due to bushfires. The compensation was that we were encouraged to rise early on the first morning and we were treated to a stunning sunrise as we transited Port Davey.
Every day was filled with shore excursions meticulously planned by Expedition Leader, Mark. Guest Lecturers, Catherine and Steve, both Tasmanians, gave very interesting short presentations on a wide range of topics.
Response from JeffG, Digital Executive
All Bridge Deck Cabins are excellent. Very high standard of maintenance and cleanliness. The cabin is slightly larger than a standard balcony cabin on most Ocean Cruise ships. Balcony is small, but it is an "expedition" cruise ship. Plenty of loungers on the Sun Deck if needed.