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Expedition Logs are a compendium of daily reports written by our Captains, summarising the events during each expedition. They provide insight into the expedition, from the sailing conditions to the activities enjoyed at each destination. Each trip has its own unique elements – read an expedition log to find out more about the Coral Expeditions experience.
Cruising from Singapore to Darwin. Expedition leaders David Keech and Jamie Anderson kept us up-to-date with this daily trip report, and Photographer David Li captured these beautiful shots.
Coral Expeditions II docks at Cairns Trinity Wharf, under a sunny sky, awaiting her 44 guests to arrive. Smooth conditions today as we depart on our 7 night Great Barrier Reef voyage.
Coral Expeditions I docks at Cairns Trinity Wharf, with great conditions for the steam out to Thetford Reef and then across the top of Australia to the Tiwi Islands, before arriving in Darwin.
WNW gentle breezes and smooth conditions as Coral Discoverer pulls away from Biak south into Cenderawasih Bay to swim with giant whale sharks.
Setting sail from Hobart’s Macquarie Wharf, Coral Expeditions I, embarks on her inaugural season with this first-of-its-kind exploration of the South-West coast of Tasmania…
You can download a PDF of Captain Nathan’s Tasmania voyage log.
Warm NE breezes and calm conditions as Coral Expeditions I pulls away from Darwin Harbour on its first voyage for the 2016 Kimberley season.
You can download a PDF of Captain Nathan’s Kimberley voyage log here.
Coral Discoverer docks at Alotau Wharf, awaiting for the guests to arrive.