Coral Adventurer Review

4.5 / 5.0
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Circumnavigating New Guinea, Fantastic small ship experience

Review for Papua New Guinea Cruise on Coral Adventurer
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2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

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Sail Date: Jan 2024

The Coral Adventurer owned by Coral Expeditions is a modern small ship built to be able to sail close to small islands and into rivers. It sleeps 120 guests but there was only 90 on board. It has one main dining area which is air-conditioned, or you can sit outside to have your meals. There are other outside areas to eat which are used for sunset drinks or an outdoor BBQ. There is a small gym and a large room where the lectures take place or where you can sit and relax. The ship has large windows in the public areas so the guests can always be looking to follow birds, the landscape etc. The staff go above and beyond to make your adventure holiday truly amazing. The cleanliness of our room was of a high standard, the menus and food on offer were like dining at a restaurant every day. We spent 35 nights on the ship. A wonderful experience and we would book with them again.

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The cabin was a very good size. Kingsize bed, high enough for our bags and snorkel gear to be stored underneath. Bedside table with a drawer and a chair to relax in. There is also a desk with a chair. two shelves above the desk to place cameras, binoculars etc etc on. The wardrobe has two hanging areas with plenty of hangers and shelving. We did not use all the shelves. The bathroom was compact with a great shower, toilet and vanity. Once again even though small, plenty of storage space. The balcony had two chairs and a coffee table. Very, very clean and towels changed twice a day! Toiletry products were of a high standard.

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