New Ship Joins TRUE NORTH Fleet


Following an extensive refit in Fremantle, the 36-metre adventure yacht will cruise the Kimberley coast and provide guests with unparallel­ed access to spectacula­r coastal wilderness.

True North II will have the capacity for 20 guests and like the original True North ship, it will feature dedicated adventure boats and a ship's helicopter.

In many instances, True North II's sailing schedule will complement the True North's schedule. However, new itinerarie­s include fishing and snorkellin­g at the Montebello Islands, seeing the solar eclipse at Ningaloo Reef, new four and 10-night adventures in the Kimberley, 13 nights on the Great Barrier Reef and a seven-night itinerary ideally suited to charter that will feature Christmas and New Year in Sydney.

True North and True North II are purpose-built to sail deep into the heart of the wilderness, visiting areas that larger ships cannot access. Guests are privy to immersive excursions via onboard helicopter­s and dedicated adventure boats. While True North caters to 36 guests and features the ultimate in comfort and style, including a panoramic dining saloon, dedicated ship's lounge, alfresco bar, and observatio­n lounge, True North II features a more intimate experience for just 20 guests, with a combined saloon/lounge.

Exceptiona­l food and wine are also at the heart of the True North experience, with modern Australian cuisine supplement­ed with locally sourced ingredient­s and complement­ed by an outstandin­g selection of Western Australian wines. — NICK WALTON

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