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Explore Tasmania’s Wilderness Coast

Our 7-night coastal expedition is an adventure showcasing the wild beauty and remarkable heritage of Australia’s island state, from the yacht-like comfort of the Coral Discoverer.  Taking advantage of the long summer days in Tasmania by exploring Tasmania’s iconic coastal National Parks, and World Heritage Areas, led by our experienced Expedition Team.  This expedition voyage has been developed with Tasmanian authorities in order to preserve the pristine eco-system of the region.  Highlights include hiking the Fluted Cape Track at Bruny Island, and exploring Wineglass Bay on the Freycinet Peninsula. Spend a day exploring the untouched wilderness World Heritage Area at Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour, undoubtedly one of the most pristine and beautiful landscapes on earth. Absorb the surreal beauty and tragic stories at Port Arthur during our private tour of the historic site.
On-board, we feature a menu of Tasmanian produce and local specialties. This is complemented by a specially curated wine list featuring a selection of Tasmania’s finest cool-climate wines.

Join us in Hobart this summer, and see Tasmania in a new way.

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our tasmanian voyages

Pristine Tasmania (Hobart to Hobart) - 7 Nights

An immersive voyage into the wilderness, this cruise showcases the rugged coastal beauty of Australia’s island state.

Become immersed in Tasmania’s breathtaking National Parks; from the perfect circular formation of Wineglass Bay, to the otherworldly remoteness of Port Davey or the wildlife refuge of Maria Island. Enjoy a taste of Tasmania’s authentic food experiences.

> Departs January to March


Coastal Treks of Tasmania (Hobart to Hobart) - 7 Nights

Cruise and Hike Tasmania’s scenic coast!  The imposing cliffs, sandy beaches and sapphire waters of the rugged coast of Tasmania offer an experience of spectacular beauty. These special departure combines an expedition voyage with coastal treks on some of Tasmania’s best walking tracks – a uniquely Australian back-to-nature experience.

> Departures 17 February & 02 March, 2020


Chase the Race: Sydney to Hobart - 6 nights

Experience the nautical tradition that is the 75th Rolex Sydney to Hobart yacht race! Be part of the action from the start of the race in Sydney, then sail the south coast and Bass Strait to enjoy the scenic Tasmanian coast. On arrival in Hobart, join the festivities of race presentations and New Year’s Eve celebrations before disembarking on January 1.

> Departs December 26, 2019


Circumnavigation of Tasmania: Hobart to Hobart, 14 Nights


Be one of a special few to join us on our first full circumnavigation voyage around Tasmania, showcasing the best of the remote parks, islands and harbours of this pristine island at the edge of the world.
Highlights include a special Winemaker’s Dinner in the Tamar region, hiking through the Strzelecki National Park on Flinders Island, a gourmet lunch and dairy tour on King Island, and two days exploring the rarely-visited world heritage wilderness of Port Davey.

> Departs 1 January, 2020
> Waitlist for 2021 departure


UNESCO World Heritage Wilderness

The Tasmanian wilderness is one of the largest conservation reserves in Australia with approximately 1.6 million hectares of temperate wilderness protected. With hundreds of archaeological sites, a vast diversity of flora and home to several animals either extinct or threatened on mainland Australia, it made the World Heritage List 1982.

Included in the Tasmanian World Heritage Area is the iconic Southwest National Park which encapsulates Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour themselves part of the Port Davey Marine Reserve.

At Port Davey, sharp rocky ridges rise up from the southern ocean and present a stark contrast to the bright green ranges whilst the underwater landscape, influenced by tannin-rich freshwater that drain into the harbour from four major rivers, is most unusual.

The insularity of the isle state of Tasmania and of the Tasmanian Wilderness in particular, has contributed to its uniqueness.