Coral Discoverer

Cruises on board the Coral Discoverer

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Since 2005, the Oceanic Discoverer has been exploring the best of the South Pacific and Australia. Make your own discoveries as this incredible ship takes you to wonderful destinations in the utmost of comfort.

FACTS & FIGURES

  • Ship length
    63 m
  • Passengers
    72
  • Decks
    4
  • Launched
    2005

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Decks and Cabins

Coral Discoverer deck plan


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Coral Discoverer cabins


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Deck Location : Deck Bridge
Occupancy : 2
Amenities:
  • Bathroom with shower and hair dryer
  • Luxury bathroom amenities
  • Sofa
  • Desk
  • Telephone
  • Air-conditioning
Cabin size : 18m²

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Ship Information

Cabins

On board the Coral Discoverer there are a number of tastefully and lavishly decorated cabins which give you the most comfortable seafaring life on the high seas. Enjoy modern amenities such as en suite bathroom, storage space, air conditioning and comfortable beds.

Dining Information

Aboard the ship you can enjoy great meals in the dining room which features tasteful furnishings and an intimate setting where you can get to know other passengers.

Entertainment & Activities

Look forward to the Zodiac excursion boats which take you to remote locations and allow you to experience the natural beauty of the region up close and personal. As well as the Zodiacs there is Xplorer which is a special excursion vessel which allows all guests on board to visit the best of the regions visited by the Ocean Discoverer. Go out onto the sun deck and have a swim in the pool, making the most of the good weather. Keep in touch with people back home with wireless internet and upload pictures of your trip while you are on the ship! Relax away from everyone else in the library on board, or have a more wild time at the cocktail bars in the evenings. There is an open bridge so you can interact with the captain on a personal basis and visit the gift shop to get souvenirs for yourself and for loved ones back home. If you are a keen swimmer then make sure you go scuba diving, and there is much to see underwater so it is well worth a try!

Ship Data

  • Entered service: 2005
  • Length: 63m
  • Tonnage: 1838 GRT
  • Speed: 14 knots
  • Number of decks: 4
  • Passengers: 72
  • Languages on board: English
  • Currency on board: AUD
  • Internet: Wi-Fi