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Coral Expeditions offers private charters for clients to explore the coastal waters

Coral Expeditions (Logo)While boasting a range of expeditions and itineraries year-round, Coral Expeditions, Australia’s pioneering expedition cruise line, is thrilled to offer travellers the opportunity to charter their own expeditions providing guests with personalised itineraries across the entire Coral Expeditions fleet. (etbtravelnews.global)




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Coral Expeditions Adds Theme Cruises

Coral Expeditions (Logo)Coral Expeditions expanded their cruise offering with the development of a series of themed expeditions in its annual sailing calendar, the company said. General Manager, Mark Fifield explained: “As a leader of expedition cruising, our on-board experience is renowned for delivering enjoyment and education to our guests.” (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Coral Expeditions Adds Islands of the South Pacific Itinerary

The 72-berth Coral Discoverer  (Former Oceanic Discoverer)Coral Expeditions has announced a new 16-night voyage aboard the Coral Discoverer, sailing to the islands of the South Pacific. The itinerary will celebrate the intrepid explorers who first reconnoitered the region while visiting some of the most significant sites of the Pacific theater of World War II. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Coral Expeditions Appoints Jeffery Gillies as Commercial Director

Gillies joined Coral Expeditions from Ironman Asia-Pacific, a leading sports tourism entity, where as Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Global Partnerships, he led a group overseeing all commercial and partnership responsibilities during a period of acquisition and expansion across the region. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Coral Expeditions release first brochure for new ship

The Coral Adventurer  (Courtesy Coral Expeditons)Coral Expeditions, Australia’s pioneering cruise line, has released its first brochure for their new expedition cruise vessel, the Coral Adventurer. The fourth and biggest vessel in the specialised, Australian-owned fleet, the Coral Adventurer’s maiden voyage on April 24, 2019 will be from a series of themed itineraries called “In the trail of Tasman”. (etbtravelnews.global)




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Coral Expeditions: ‘Pent Up Demand’ Drives Newbuild

Coral Expeditions To Build Next Generation Expedition Cruise Ship at Vard FincantieriCoral Expeditions is pushing up capacity significantly with a new 120-passenger expedition ship set to enter service in the second quarter of 2019. The new addition will be bigger than the line’s trio of small ships, but will fit right in, offering a unique experience and Australian ambiance aboard, according to Paul Chacko, managing director. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Expedition Cruising On Australia’s Kimberley Coast More Popular Than Ever

The True North at the King George FallsThere’s little doubt that Western Australia’s Kimberley Coast is one of the world’s most desirable expedition cruising destinations, and in launching his company’s 2019 portfolio, Kimberley Cruise Specialists General Manager Andrew Castles has reminded travellers to book early or run the risk of missing out.




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Coral Expeditions Announces Special Tasmania Voyage

The 72-berth Coral Discoverer  (Former Oceanic Discoverer)Coral Expeditions, has announced a one-off “Coastal Treks of Tasmania” departure on January 15, 2018 to explore Tasmania’s scenic coastline. During the special seven-night voyage, guest hosts Angus and Alison Moore will provide guests with insight into the landscapes that guests will explore throughout the cruise.




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Coral Expeditions: ‘Biggest Year Ever’

The 72-berth Coral Discoverer  (Former Oceanic Discoverer)With three intimate ships, Coral Expeditions and its ownership group in Kallang Capital Holdings like what they are seeing in the expedition cruise market. “We have grown every year, and this will be the biggest year ever,” said Paul Chacko, managing director. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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