Coral Geographer

Launched in early 2021, the-state-of-the-art Coral Geographer is the latest addition to the Coral Expeditions fleet and delivers a uniquely Australian expedition experience. 

About Coral Geographer

Having commenced operations in the Kimberley in May 2021,  the 120-passenger Coral Geographer is built to take you closer to the Kimberley’s unspoilt vistas in comfort, style and safety. A sister-ship to the recently-launched Coral Adventurer, the new Coral Geographer delivers on the latest trends in expedition cruising, whilst maintaining Coral Expeditions’ unique blend of Australian-service and laid-back onboard atmosphere.

At 93 metres in length the Coral Geographer offers the accessibility of much smaller ships, along with amenities and comforts you would expect to find on much larger vessels. She also features a flexible range of excursion craft, from a fleet of eight inflatable zodiacs, through to her two Xplorer excursion tenders allowing access to even the most hard-to-reach locations on the coast. Coral Expeditions’ expedition leaders and guest lecturers are renowned as some of the ‘best in the business’ and you will appreciate their engaging personalities and outstanding local knowledgeable. These experts in their fields will ensure you get to truly know the Kimberley, it’s history, geology, wildlife and legends.

Coral Adventurer with features

Although you will be spend a large part of your expedition off exploring, when you’re back on board Coral Geographer you will savour outstanding dining experiences. The panoramic Dining Room offers open-seat dining for all 120 guests, without the need to reserve a table, allowing you to dine with old or new friends on each occasion. You will start each day with your choice of a continental breakfast, complete with cereals, fresh fruits and yoghurts or enjoy a fully-cooked breakfast buffet complemented by daily made-to-order specialties.

The lunch buffet showcases a variety of hot and cold dishes; from salads and cold cuts to lighter soups and fresh local seafoods and tropical fruits.
Reflect on each exciting day of discovery and savour the table service and hospitality of the Dining Room staff over a delicious three-course dinner from the table d’hôte menu. There is always a choice of main course options. Vegetarian and other dietary requirements can be catered for. Lunches and dinners are accompanied by a carefully curated wine list featuring artisanal Australian and New Zealand wines. Table wines and beer during meal service are included.

​Australian flagged, and staffed entirely by a professional crew of 48, your cruise aboard Coral Geographer will remain in your memory for a lifetime.

Coral Geographer Kimberley Cruises

Coral Expeditions pioneered Kimberley Cruising back in 1996, and even now, over twenty years later, their ten night Darwin to Broome (and vice versa) expedition remains one of the most comprehensive adventures on the Kimberley Coast. Utilising Coral Adventurer’s flexible range of excursion craft, you can expect to see all of the region’s highlights, from Montgomery Reef and world-famous Horizontal Falls through to King George and Mitchell Falls and Aboriginal art on Bigge Island and Raft Point.  Expeditions depart April to September annually.

10 Nights Darwin to Broome and vice versa

  • 2022 Prices from $10,290pp

    Twin share in a Coral Deck Stateroom. A 50% surcharge applies for sole use.

  • 2023 Prices from $10,290pp

    Twin share in a Coral Deck Stateroom. A 50% surcharge applies for sole use.

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Coral Geographer Suites & Staterooms

Coral Geographer’s 54 staterooms and six suites are a spacious and stylish ‘home away from home’, with more than 50% featuring their own private balconies. No matter which stateroom grade you select, you will enjoy a choice of Junior King or twin beds, a comfortable sofa, air-conditioning and well-appointed private en suite. Each day your stateroom will be fully serviced, and you will also savour the nightly turn down service.

Bridge Deck Balcony Suite

Coral Geographer’s six suites are equipped with a lounge area, minibar and personal coffee machine. There’s a large private balcony, unique outside-facing bathroom with frosted windows, bath and separate shower. A complimentary minibar is replenished daily.

​Bedding: Choice of Junior King (Double) or Twin Single beds
​Size: 37.50 SQM (403 SQF)

Explorer Deck Balcony Stateroom

Explorer Deck Staterooms are comfortably furnished with a junior King-size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and arm chair are included. A compact en suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. Your private balcony has seating for two.

​Bedding: Choice of Junior King (Double)
​Size: 21.40 SQM (230 SQF)

Promenade Deck Stateroom

Promenade Deck Staterooms are located below the Explorer Deck and furnished with a junior King-size bed which can be separated into two singles. A wardrobe, desk and arm chair are included. A compact en suite has a toilet, shower and ample storage. Features a large picture window.

​Bedding: Choice of Junior King (Double) or Twin Single beds
​Size: 17 SQM (183 SQF)

Coral Deck Stateroom

Coral Geographer’s twelve Coral Deck Staterooms are identical to the Promenade Deck Staterooms in amenities and are located one deck below. Coral Deck Staterooms also feature twin portholes rather than picture windows.

​Bedding: Choice of Junior King (Double) or Twin Single beds
​Size: 17 SQM (183 SQF)

Coral Geographer Deck Plan

Deck Plan Coral Geographer
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