Coral Geographer is delivered to Coral Expeditions

Coral Geographer was delivered today by the Vard shipyard to the owner, the Australian expedition company specialized in small ships cruises along the Australian coast, Coral Expeditions.

This is the third unit for the small but modern Australian company. The Coral Geographer is in fact the twin ship to the Coral Adventurer, which recently joined the Coral Discoverer, the forerunner of the fleet.

The desire to remain with small tonnage ships allows the company to keep being able to access exclusive ports of call and to maintain an ambiance of intimacy and familiarity on board that has been the hallmark of Coral Expeditions’ brand and success.

Built at the Vung Tau shipyards in Vietnam, with a length of 93.7 meters the Coral Geographer can accommodate 120 passengers in various types of comfortable cabins.

Compared to its twin, this ship has 6 additional suites with beautiful bathtubs. It will make its maiden voyage from Cairns, Queensland at the end of March and is then expected to be used for cruises in Asia.

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Gabriele Bassi