Award-winning adventure cruise ship True North announces its summer-season, southern itineraries
The well-appointed, 50-metre luxury cruiser provides a great platform from which to see very different aspects of Australia’s coastline.
Australian adventure cruiser True North, well known for plying the spectacular northern coastline of Western Australia, smartly heads south to avoid the Top End’s wet season.
True North Adventure Cruise’s 2019 calendar opens in Sydney with the Blue Water Classic cruise. After a lavish dinner on Christmas night, guests enjoy one of the ‘the best seats in the Harbour’ for the start of the Sydney to Hobart race on Boxing Day, then spend the next three days cruising the tranquil Hawkesbury River to the city’s north.
Heading homeward to the west after the New Year, from early January True North hosts the Southern Safari, exploring the coastline between Adelaide and Ceduna. Highlights of this eight-night cruise include lunching at one of South Australia’s foremost wineries, the gastronomy of Kangaroo Island and a champagne and oysters experience in Coffin Bay.
If that sounds a little sedate, factor in the cage diving among Great White sharks …
Wending farther west, True North’s newest itinerary, Adventure South West, has guests embark in Esperance to for a seven-night exploration of the vast, remote beaches of Cape Le Grand and the marine life hot-spot of Bremer Bay Canyon. As guests enjoy fine wines from the Margaret River, True North finally turns north, taking in Rottnest Island before docking in Fremantle.