Coral Geographer takes guests exploring the remote islands of the Indian Ocean.

Published on by Rui Feliciano

Coral Geographer is a Small Cruise Ship in Australia taking guests through the Indian Ocean.
The Coral Geographer is a small cruise ship that takes guests exploring the remote islands of the Indian Ocean.

Explore the Indian Ocean’s remote islands on board the new Coral Geographer. Accommodating 120 guests in 60 cabins with private en suite bathrooms, this new 5-decked exploration boat features a navigation lounge, multiple bars, plenty of open deck space, a gym, a curated wine cellar with boutique wines plus public areas featuring a collection of Australian indigenous art. Guests can choose from 4 different kinds of cabins spread out over the boat’s 5 decks. Meals are served in the dining room located on the Promenade deck in a combination of family table platters and table d’hote. For relaxing, head to the indoor lounge or to one of the two bars with comfortable seating.

The Coral Geographer was purpose-built for exploration. Combined with the Xplorer and Zodiac tenders, it facilitates easy shore access for land exploration. The boat’s plethora of varied itineraries cover the coastal areas of Australia, New Zealand, Sulawesi & Borneo and all the way across the Indian Ocean to Mauritius and Zanzibar in Africa. From lush, tropical beaches, including the Seychelles and the Maldives to orangutans in the jungle of Borneo, and from local traditional villages to the diverse landscapes of Mauritius, Réunion, Madagascar, Mozambique and Tanzania; there will always be a cruise that appeals to you. The adventurous mix of culture, aquatic activities, nature & wildlife, expedition and the remoteness makes each of the Coral Geographer’s itineraries unique.

Book your trip aboard the Coral Geographer today.