Cruise the South Pacific on a small ship cruise. With a maximum of just 46 guests, enjoy the freedom and flexibility to explore remote coral cays and fringing reefs beyond the reach of other visitors. Venture ashore on deserted coral cays, wander ancient rainforest trails and untouched island beaches. Cruising by small-ship ensures that you wont just see the 'Reef', but truly experience it.
Resort style living at its best with every amenity one would expect from a larger vessel. Select from four types of accommodation - all spacious and elegantly appointed.
The discerning traveler has a choice of Standard, Deluxe, Upper Deck Staterooms, while the more budget conscious may select a Cabin. A number of Staterooms have extra divans or Pullman berths. All accommodation is spacious and air-conditioned with private ensuites and the choice of single or double beds.
All rooms are serviced daily.
Onboard amenities include what you would expect of a much larger cruise ship:
- Air-conditioned dining room
- Two modern air-conditioned lounges
- Sundeck and Spa Pool
- Comprehensive reference library featuring videos and books on the reef, islands and outback
- Phone and fax facilities
- Security Safe
- Fully stocked cocktail bar
- Comprehensive dive shop
- A range of souvenirs and personal items is available for purchase
All meals during the cruise are included. Breakfast and lunch are served in the Dining Room and are buffet-style. Dinner is also served in the Dining Room and is a combination of buffet and table service (table d hote). Morning and afternoon teas are served daily. Coffee and tea is available on a 24 hour basis. Meal times will be advised in the onboard daily bulletins.
Five cabins, located on Deck C. 10.5-14 sqm, bunk beds or twin beds.
Four staterooms, located on Deck C. 14 sqm, twin or double beds.
|Upper Deck Stateroom|
Nine Upper Deck staterooms located on Deck B. 14 sqm, with twin or double beds.
Four Deluxe staterooms located on Deck B. 15 sqm, with twin or double beds.