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Coral Expeditions’ atlas details voyages through 2025

Australia’s Coral Expeditions released an Expedition Atlas highlighting all voyages throughout 2023, 2024 and 2025.

The atlas was distributed at road shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne last month that celebrated the company’s 40th anniversary, with many of the attendees members of the company’s Xplorers’ Club.

‘It was enjoyable reconnecting with many of our most loyal guests and travel agency partners,’ commercial director Jeff Gillies said.

‘Our guests look to us to offer new and enriching experiences and we are focused on developing pioneering new itineraries that capture their imagination and inspire them to continue their never-ending curiosity for the natural and cultural world around them,’ Gillies said.

Expedition leaders’ remarks

The atlas has maps and sailing routes and detailed insights into the destinations, with comments from expedition leaders and guest lecturers.

It covers immersive adventures in Australia’s wilderness areas, like the Kimberley, Cape York and Arnhem Land, the outer Great Barrier Reef and Tasmania, with more scheduled departures to the increasingly popular Abrolhos and Coral Coast of Western Australia.

Blue water fleet

‘With our new blue water fleet, we are broadening our horizons to explore some of the most remote and untouched coastal regions in our ‘Small Islands of the World’ series, including Papua New Guinea, Raja Ampat and the Spice Islands and New Zealand,’ Gillies said.

He said new destinations include the second-year extension of the high-demand ‘Japan and Philippines’ that is currently underway and the sold-out ‘Through the Heart of Japan’ voyage.

Also featured is a newly developed series ‘Islands of the East Indies,’ which includes ‘An Equatorial Adventure Across North Borneo,’ ‘Circumnavigation of Sumatra’ and ‘Into the Wilds of Borneo.’

These itineraries are designed to be taken as a single voyage or booked together.

The atlas is now available on Coral Expeditions’ website.