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Coral Geographer Review

Kimberley Cruse Drawin to Broome - fantastic

Review for Australia & New Zealand Cruise on Coral Geographer
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: May 2022

Promenade Deck - Room 408

We had a fantastic time on this Kimberley Cruise - Sacred Lands of the Kimberley. The guest lecturers/presenters were so knowledgeable and very approachable. The onboard crew look after every thing for you and couldn't really fault, except at the end with our bus transfer. Room was the best. The Explorers that the use to get into the bays etc are the easiest to get onto - just walk straight off from the boat as they raise them up to the deck level. We had a lady who had had a stroke and she could get onto the Explorers. Brilliant idea. The Zodiacs for under waterfalls etc are terrific. Overall we had the best time. It might seem expensive, but it is worth every cent. You won't be disappointed. Tip - sign up early for the Horizontal Waterfalls - worth getting in the sign up line to get an earlier boat. We were towards the end and were disappointed - it was pretty flat. The dining tables out the back are a bit too noisy when travelling and can also get windy.

Response from JeffG, Digital Executive

Thank you for your feedback and for joining us in the Kimberley. We hope to welcome you onboard again soon....

Cabin Review

The cabin has everything you need. Great, instant hot water in the shower with good pressure. Window to see out of, although people can't see in during the day time. I imagine at night they could if you had the light on, but just draw the curtains anyway. Water is supplied. So is sunscreen until they run out. Servicing of the cabin is also good. Comfortable bed.

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