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Circumnavigation of Tasmania | Hobart - Hobart | 16 Nights

Circumnavigation cruise of Tasmania

16 Nights | Hobart to Hobart | Coral Discoverer

Departs: > 1 January  2022  >   26 February 2022  > 1 January 2023 > 26 February 2023

Join us onboard Coral Discoverer for our 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.  The second of our Tasmania circumnavigations, this 16 night voyage will include even more stops at Tasmania’s beautiful coastline. Highlights include a visit to the Josef Chromy Vineyard, hiking through the Strzelecki National Park on Flinders Island, cheese tasting at King Island Dairy, and more than two days exploring the rarely-visited world heritage wilderness of Port Davey.

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Expedition Highlights

  • Enjoy a scenic flight over Port Davey for a bird’s-eye view of Tasmania’s Southwest wilderness
  • Visit remote Flinders Island –  experience one of Tasmania’s ‘Great Short Walks’ in Strzelecki National Park
  • Cruise the scenic Tamar River to Launceston, and enjoy a visit to the Josef Chromy Vineyard
  • Gaze in awe at the 300m high sea cliffs at Tasman National Park – the highest in the southern hemisphere
  • Sample King Island’s world-famous produce and visit King Island Dairy for a cheese tasting
  • Encounter iconic wildlife such as wombats, fur seals, and dolphins
  • Spend more than two days exploring in the World Heritage Area of Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour
  • Kayak and hike Tasmania’s breathtakingly beautiful coast and visit remote areas all around the island
  • Journey Tasmania’s isolated and mysterious West Coast, with the chance to land and explore a remote location (subject to weather)
  • See the coast of Tasmania from the sea, an unusual perspective which highlights the awe-inspiring beauty of the island




Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $17,890 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $15,390 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $21,135*
Main Deck (Category A) $13,490 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $12,790 n/a



Bridge Deck Balcony Stateroom $17,890 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category A) $16,620 n/a
Promenade Deck (Category B) n/a $23,010*
Main Deck (Category A) $13,990 n/a
Main Deck (Category B) $12,790 n/a

Prices are per person, listed in Australian Dollars (AUD) and include GST. *Limited sole use occupancy available.

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The Itinerary

Embark: Board in Hobart at 4:00pm for an 8:00pm departure.

Disembark: Arrive in Hobart at 8:00am.

Note: The below itinerary is indicative. No two cruises with Coral Expeditions will be the same, with each expedition crafted by our experienced Masters and Expedition Leaders. Throughout the expedition we may make changes to the itinerary as necessary to maximise your expeditionary experience. Allowances may be made for seasonal variations, weather, tidal conditions and any other event that may affect the operation of the vessel. Coral Expeditions suggests that you do not arrive on the day of embarkation or depart on the day of disembarkation due to any changes that may occur in scheduling.

Day 1: Depart Hobart

Board in Hobart at 4:00pm for an 8:00pm departure. Enjoy the Captain’s welcome drinks as we cruise down the Derwent River and into the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.

Fortescue Bay & Tasman Peninsula

Gaze up at the 300 metre sea cliffs of Tasman National Park, the highest in the Southern Hemisphere, from a perfect position at sea. An area of huge natural diversity, it is possible to find Australian Fur Seals “hauling out” on the rocky shore at Tasman Island. Visit Fortescue Bay, hike the coastal Tasman Trail and kayak in Canoe Bay.

Maria Island


The historic ruins and rugged cliffs of Maria Island National Park are home to diverse wildlife that includes Forester Kangaroos, Bennetts Wallabies, and wombats. Walk to historic Darlington Settlement, explore the ancient seabeds of the Fossil Cliffs, and marvel at the sandstone formations of the Painted Cliffs.

Freycinet Peninsula

Wineglass Bay Tasmania with Coral Expeditions

At Freycinet Peninsula, see the pink granite formations of the Hazard Mountains, and the sweeping bays fringed by Eucalypts. Join a guided hike to the Wineglass Bay beach – one of the best beaches in the world. Witness fur seals lounging on the rocks at the Ile des Phoques.

Flinders Island & the Furneaux Group

Flinders Island

Visit wild and rugged Flinders Island, and marvel at the pink and gray granite mountain ranges of Strzelecki National Park. Explore beautiful Trousers Point beach, with the possibility of enjoying two of Tasmania’s Great Short Walks at Trousers Point and Castle Rock. Visit seaside townships, discover the sad history of Wybalenna Settlement, and see relics of Flinders maritime past at the Furneaux Museum.

Kent Island Group

Tasmania Image Gallery

Weather permitting we visit the Kent Group of islands, Tasmania’s northernmost National Park and a marine protected area. These islands are the remains of a land bridge that once connected Tasmania with main land Australia over 10,000 years ago. The waters of Kent Island are crystal clear, with the highest diversity of fish species in Australia. On Deal Island we find the highest lighthouse in Australia, standing 305 metres above sea level, which is manned by volunteer caretakers.

Tamar River & Launceston

Spend two days cruising the scenic Tamar River – which despite its name is actually a tidal estuary over its entire length. Formed by the confluence of the North and South Esk rivers at Launceston, the river’s banks are peppered with scenic reserves, historical properties and notable vineyards. We berth overnight in Launceston, with an excursion to Josef Chromy Vineyard and time to explore the surrounds.


Visit the charming seaside village of Stanley, steeped in history and famous for its delectable seafood. Make the climb or chairlift up the Stanley’s iconic landmark ‘The Nut’, the remains of an ancient volcanic plug, for spectacular 360 degree views. Later amble past the well-preserved colonial buildings and perhaps sample some of Stanley’s world famous fish and chips.

King Island

King Island is known for its fine local produce, featured in the finest restaurants all over Australia. Situated at the western entrance to the Bass Strait, its rugged coastline has been the site of over 60 known shipwrecks.Tour the island with knowledgeable local guides and learn about the island’s colourful history and current day industry. Sample a brie at the King Island Dairy tasting room, with a chance to sample King Island beef and locally caught crayfish, hosted in the rustic home of local beef farmers.

West Coast Expedition Stop

Home to striking mountain ranges, ancient pines and untamed rivers, the wild west coast is the heart of Tasmania’s wilderness and a true frontier. Take in the dramatic scenery during a day of cruising. Weather permitting, we may make a landing on this truly remote coastline.

Port Davey

A marine reserve and part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, Port Davey is truly spectacular.  Enjoy the unforgettable experience of kayaking in Bramble Cove, and explore Melaleuca, along with hiking and bird-watching.

We will spend 2.5 days here, and upon departure we will also cruise pass the remote south coast islands of Maatsuyker, home to Australia’s most southerly lighthouse.

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Adventure Bay, Bruny Island

Experience the rugged beauty of Fluted Cape as you walk along the sheer coastal cliffs. Learn about the rich maritime history of Adventure Bay, and explore the history of old whaling stations on the way to Grassy Point.

Day 17: Arrive Hobart

Disembark in Hobart at 8:00am
A post cruise transfer to city or airport is included.

January 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
01 January 2022 01 Jan 2022 17 January 2022 17 Jan 2022 $12,790 to $17,890 $12,790 to $17,890 Coral Discoverer Filling Fast Book

February 2022

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
26 February 2022 26 Feb 2022 14 March 2022 14 Mar 2022 From $12,790 From $12,790 Coral Discoverer Call Us Contact Us

March 2022

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26 February 2022 26 Feb 2022 14 March 2022 14 Mar 2022 From $12,790 From $12,790 Coral Discoverer Call Us Contact Us

January 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
01 January 2023 01 Jan 2023 17 January 2023 17 Jan 2023 $12,790 to $17,890 $12,790 to $17,890 Coral Discoverer Available Book

February 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
26 February 2023 26 Feb 2023 14 March 2023 14 Mar 2023 $12,790 to $17,890 $12,790 to $17,890 Coral Discoverer Available Book

March 2023

Departure Departure Arrival Arrival Cost Per Person Cost PP Ship Availability  
26 February 2023 26 Feb 2023 14 March 2023 14 Mar 2023 $12,790 to $17,890 $12,790 to $17,890 Coral Discoverer Available Book


› 16 night Expedition Voyage aboard Coral Discoverer
› Expert Expedition Team, including a Guest Lecturer and a Tasmanian Specialist
› Daily guided excursions on the Xplorer and Zodiac tender vessels, and kayaks where conditions allow
› All meals, prepared by our chef on board
› Showcase wines, selected beers and soft drinks with lunch and dinner service
› 24 hour coffee and selection of teas
› Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Events, and Open Bridge Access with the Captain
› Comprehensive and fully guided sightseeing in each destination
› All entrance fees to National Parks and Ports


› Travel insurance
› Alcoholic drinks including beer and wine outside of lunch and dinner service
› Internet services (available at a cost)
› Laundry service (available at a cost)
› Australian entry visas or travel permits
› Items of a personal nature including but not limited to phone and internet communications and bar charges (outside of the included drinks package as highlighted) laundry charges and souvenir purchases

Tipping not required

Our friendly reservations specialists are on hand to assist with your booking arrangements to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible. Contact our team on 1800 079 545 during business hours in Australia or email


Comprehensive Travel Insurance is strongly recommended for all travellers. Please refer to our Pre-Departure page for facts that should be considered and shared when speaking with Travel Insurance suppliers.


As always, it is our priority to keep our guests and crew safe while travelling with us. We want our guests and crew to have the greatest confidence that their safety and wellbeing have been thoroughly considered. Please read our SailSAFE plan for the requirements of each passenger prior to joining us.

Photos From Your Expedition

Following your expedition, you will receive a link by email to free download the images taken throughout your voyage by our Expedition Team. Please make sure that you have provided our reservations team with your relevant email address.

Additional Information



The Old Woolstore is centrally located within a stone’s throw of the city centre and just a block away from Hobart’s majestic waterfront. The Old Woolstore consists of a unique choice of fully serviced Hotel Rooms, Studio Apartments, One Bedroom Apartments, Two Bedroom Apartments and Executive Spa Apartments.


With 244 rooms located on Hobart’s waterfront with breath taking views of the River Derwent and Mount Wellington the Hotel Grand Chancellor Hobart is Tasmania’s premier hotel. The hotel is central to major tourist attractions including Salamanca Markets, Constitution Dock, Mona Ferry, Battery Point, Hobart CBD and retail
shopping centres.


Originally built by convict labour in 1834, Hadley’s is one of the oldest boutique hotels in Australia. Located amidst an array of boutique shops and chic eateries, Hadley’s is just a short stroll from a range of some of Hobart’s most popular activities, attractions and cultural experiences – including Salamanca and the waterfront precinct. Hadley’s offers 24-hour reception, complimentary Wi-Fi and turn-down service on your first evening.