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Port Adelaide

Distance Travelled: 245 NM
Steaming Time: 23 Hours

The Coral Adventurer will steam into Port Adelaide at midday for the 2nd of our overnight city stops for some valuable free time ashore in the City of Gardens and Churches.

South Australia’s first port was declared as Port Adelaide in 1837. The industrial district is home to the South Australian Maritime Museum, South Australian Aviation Museum and National Railway Museum.

This evening we will be special guests for a private function and wine / cheese tasting at the historic clipper the City of Adelaide and we will also offer guests special access through the day to a hosted visit of the South Australia Museum with the facility curatorial team.

Traditional custodians: Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains

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Australia’s Pioneering Cruise Line
For over 30 years Coral Expeditions has had one purpose – taking small groups of like-minded explorers to the most remote parts of the world, with expert guidance and warm Australian hospitality. Coral Expeditions was founded by a fisherman with a passion for the sea. Then named Coral Princess Cruises, the small North Queensland based company explored the Great Barrier Reef and pioneered small ship expedition cruising to the Kimberley and Papua New Guinea. Today, Coral Expeditions has grown to include voyages to Tasmania, Islands of the South Pacific, New Zealand, and the Indonesian Archipelago. Our Australian crew provide warm hospitality and personal service on board. Shore-rich itineraries in remote locations allow our guests to be immersed in local cultures, get close to wildlife, and enjoy adventurous land and sea activities in safety. We invite you to celebrate 35 years of exploration with us.

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