Coral unveils itineraries
CAIRNS-BASED cruise line Coral Expeditions has announced a maiden 2019 itinerary for its new ship, the Coral Adventurer.
To celebrate the nimble new addition, the company will debut a raft of new voyages inspired by Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, with the trips designed to showcase the ship’s ability to reach remote destinations in style.
“This is very much about going to places that other ships can’t go to and the Coral Adventurer is specifically designed to go to these places,” said Coral Expeditions’ group general manager Mark Fifield.
“This new ship does have some new features too including a new research room where we can invite scientists to educate our guests and share the experience.”
Coral Expeditions revealed the impending arrival of The Coral Adventurer will mean a ramping up of trade marketing.
“We are looking at what we can do in terms of roadshows, we haven’t done a collective Coral Expeditions roadshow in a long time,” said sales distribution manager Elizabeth Webb.
“We are also engaging with the NZ trade as well as the United Kingdom, North America and Europe because we know we have the product so we just need to deliver the message out there.”
Coral explores a range of World Heritage-listed sites including The Great Barrier Reef, Cape York, Arnhem Land and many more.