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Coral Expeditions Hobart Cruise Reviews

This is one of the explorers doing one of the expeditions.
This is a picture of ship from one of the many beautiful landings we did on our expeditions.
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Explore remote wilderness area of Tasmania in comfort.

Review for Coral Discoverer to Australia & New Zealand

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Mike1949
10+ Cruises • Age 70s

In February we enjoyed a fabulous 7-night Tasmanian cruise out of Hobart. It was our third cruise on the Coral Discoverer and it was great to see that the crew keep her in tip top condition. There were quite a few familiar faces in the crew, and all are friendly and welcoming. The cruise documentation states that the itinerary is flexible and will vary according to weather and sea conditions. ...
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Thank you for such an exceptional review! Glad to hear your 7 Night Expedition of Tasmania was so fabulous, despite the change of itinerary due to the devastating bush fires of the area. We...

Sail Date: February 2019


Discovering the Tasmanian Southern Coast

Review for Coral Discoverer to Australia & New Zealand

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Carstahoy
2-5 Cruises • Age 80s

Having sailed on the Coral Discoverer (previously Oceanic Discoverer) from Darwin to Broome in 2015 our party of six decided to "do it again" ie. enjoy a nice cabin along with great service, friendly staff, great food and drink offerings whilst we sail and view magnificent scenery, visit historic places, walk in wilderness areas, enjoy enlightening talks and films and have a lot of fun in the ...
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Sail Date: March 2018


In a word 'Superb'!

Review for Coral Discoverer to Australia & New Zealand

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MHUGOM
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

On the strength of a seven day cruise on this small ship (70 passengers max) around the southern coast of New Zealand, we booked for the seven day voyage around the east, south and west coast of Tasmania. It was flawless. the captain, Gary Wilson, and his amazing crew provided us with an extremely comfortable and luxurious haven from which to experience the extraordinary Tasmanian coastline. We ...
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Sail Date: February 2018


Tasmanian Expedition

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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Cheryl Joy
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

I thought a short cruise on a small expedition boat was perfect to visit the amazing coastline of Tasmania. Only 26 passengers on board and a great group to travel with. This is advertised as boutique cruising and yes it is small and personal, with amazing staff, great food and excellent service, but the boat itself leaves a lot to be desired. As I booked at the last minute, we chose a lower ...
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Sail Date: January 2017

Traveled with children


No Port Davey, No Wilderness

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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Sea Butterfly
6-10 Cruises • Age 60s

It is clear in the Coral Expeditions I itinerary for Tasmania that the destinations achievable are weather dependant. Port Davey is the only part of the voyage that can be left off the agenda due to rough seas. Their assertion of rough seas is debatable, as the BoM South West coast forecasts for Tasmania did not show seas above 2.5 metres. However, I am mindful that this cruise is on a small ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


Comfortable but Not Courageous

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

All technical aspects of this cruise were faultless. These would include embarkation, disembarkation, dining arrangements, cabin fittings, general cleanliness, ship handling and maintenance. Staff were skilled and helpful. Meals were well timed, varied and tasty. Dining was informal, allowing all passengers to meet. Numerous lectures provided background for the shore excursions. The tender, large ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


A novel way to see remote Tasmania

Review for Coral Expeditions II to Australia & New Zealand

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Miriam Faine
2-5 Cruises • Age 70s

Small boat cruising is relatively new in Australia but it's a great way to reach remote destinations. This summer cruise in Tasmania took us to Port Davey in the South Western wilderness where believe it or not we got a fine suntan. We saw the beautiful and incredibly rare orange bellied parrot as well as seals, wallabies, pademelons, dolphins, back half of a whip snake, mutton bird rookeries, ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


Gets to places others never go.

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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Suffolk Codger
First Time Cruiser • Age 70s

Great small boat/ship cruise. Only 16 guests on board. Excellent excursions. Knowledgeable guides/experts. Got to places others never reach. Great food. Needed some persuasion to get the skipper to go to Port Davey in fairly iffy weather. Never been so cold as we were in Bathurst Harbour - couldn't believe it. But an amazing place - and a real privilege to be there Really good cabin - ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


Nothing but Superlatives for Coral Expeditions

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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Helen B.
2-5 Cruises • Age 60s

This cruise was an opportunity to see a different view of some of Tasmania's iconic and remote locations - up close and personal, but still in comfort. If you enjoy travelling in a small group rather than a crowd, this is the way to go. If you want opulence, constant entertainment, nightclubs and casinos, look elsewhere... The boat itself is very comfortable with all the facilities to make ...
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Sail Date: December 2016


Nature Cruise

Review for Coral Expeditions I to Australia & New Zealand

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Dexia
10+ Cruises • Age 60s

The company should advertise that it is not a cruise for everyone. In fact it is not a 'cruise'. There are no casinos or piano players on board. There is no pool either. The Aussie crew are friendly but there is no room service. Food is ok but this is not the Queen Mary. There is no luxury. I suggest the company advertise better. It is not a tour bus either. There were some locals who saw ...
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Sail Date: February 2016


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