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Rare Expedition Voyage through New Guinea, Indonesia and the Kimberley in all-inclusive luxury

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The special cruise from Honiara in the Solomon Islands to Broome in Western Australia in May, 2024, will be just nine months after the launch of the five-star, 264-guest Seabourn Pursuit.

Australian small ship cruise specialist, Cruise Traveller, is offering Australians the opportunity to be amongst the first to sail aboard Seabourn’s brand new, ultra-luxe expedition ship, Seabourn Pursuit, on a rarely offered adventure journey embracing remote and pristine destinations in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and Australia’s Kimberley.

The special cruise from Honiara in the Solomon Islands to Broome in Western Australia in May, 2024, will be just nine months after the launch of the five-star, 264-guest Seabourn Pursuit.

Each stateroom aboard the elegant, state-of-the-art Seabourn Pursuit sports a balcony, luxurious tubs with Molton Brown amenities and a minibar filled daily with complimentary beverages of your choice. The ship, which begins operations this August, boasts two submarines, 24 Zodiacs, a fleet of kayaks, a spectacular infinity pool, spacious teak decks, eight dining venues, a wellness centre and a range of elegant lounges and bars. Pampered guests also enjoy complimentary beverages onboard including premium spirits and inventive craft cocktails curated by a master mixologist.

Cruise Traveller’s exclusive, new package – ‘New Guinea and the Kimberley by Luxury Expedition 2024’ – begins with a night in a Sydney hotel on May 28, 2024, followed by an included flight from Sydney to Honiara in the Solomons next day to board Seabourn Pursuit for an unforgettable 24-night voyage to Broome via a string of remote, secluded and little-known tropical idylls scattered throughout Papua New Guinea and Indonesia. Seldom visited destinations like Panapompom Island, Samarai Island, Agats, Wayag Island, Gam Island and Matakus Island

flaunt an alluring mix of uncrowded, chalk-white beaches lined by swaying palms, colourful coral atolls, abundant marine life, verdant jungles and traditional village.

Seabourn Pursuit will also visit Australia’s Thursday Island to the north of Cape York and also take guests on a spectacular journey along the Kimberley coast from Darwin to Broome, with stops at rugged gorges, thundering waterfalls, sparkling reefs and faraway islands for more in-depth exploration via the ship’s Zodiacs. The package ends in Broome.

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