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Wild Galápagos Escape

Unique, immersive style of travel
Pack a ton of adventure into one action-packed week on these select departures, available only aboard the 48-guest National Geographic Islander. With multiple adventures each day on land and undersea—including options for walks and hikes, kayaking, paddle-boarding and snorkeling—you’ll be assured of the full National Geographic Galápagos experience, but in less time, on these shorter expeditions. As in the classic, 10-day expeditions, honed over the last 50 years, each voyage is crafted to offer you a diverse experience of the archipelago.

Encounter abundant wildlife
Blue-footed boobies. Flightless cormorants. Darwin’s finches. Pink flamingos. Sea lions on beaches or gamboling underwater. Giant tortoises grazing in the highlands. The wildlife of Galápagos is legendary for its uniqueness and lack of fear, allowing you the rare experience of being treated as an equal in the wild world. Each island contains endemic species, and you’ll have the opportunity to see a panoply of Galápagos’ creatures in their native habitats—on land and in the sea.

Every day is active and engaging
You’ll be able to snorkel nearly every day, sometimes twice a day. For those who prefer to stay dry, there’s the service of our undersea specialist, who’ll share undersea video footage with you during the cocktail hour. And each day you’ll have the option to walk, hike, kayak, or Zodiac cruise, and to join a different naturalist as you choose: there are no assigned groups.

Hotel del Parque - A guest exclusive
New for 2018! Set along the banks of the Río Daule, Hotel del Parque is housed in a lovingly restored 19th-century building nestled within the secluded haven of Parque Histórico’s lush botanical gardens. Intimate and welcoming with a gracious, golden-age aura, this elegant boutique hotel—the first in the city—makes a fitting bookend to your expedition aboard the yacht-scaled National Geographic Islander.

Travel in excellent company
Explore under the sure guidance of an expedition leader, three handpicked naturalists, including a National Geographic certified photo instructor and an undersea specialist, plus a wellness specialist. Their knowledge and passion for the islands is the key to your once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Optional extras & upgrades

Quito & Otavalo Post Voyage Extension. From (540.00 AUD)
Ecuador’s Beautifully Preserved Colonial Capital and Otavalo in the Andean Highlands Follow the mystery and magic of Galápagos with a 3-day cultural experience in the Andes of Ecuador on this post-voyage extension.

07 January, 2021 to 13 January, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
16 January, 2021 to 22 January, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
21 January, 2021 to 27 January, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
30 January, 2021 to 05 February, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
04 February, 2021 to 10 February, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
13 February, 2021 to 19 February, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
18 February, 2021 to 24 February, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
27 February, 2021 to 05 March, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
04 March, 2021 to 10 March, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
13 March, 2021 to 19 March, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
18 March, 2021 to 24 March, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
27 March, 2021 to 02 April, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
01 April, 2021 to 07 April, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
10 April, 2021 to 16 April, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
15 April, 2021 to 21 April, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
24 April, 2021 to 30 April, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
29 April, 2021 to 05 May, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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08 May, 2021 to 14 May, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
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Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
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Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
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Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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13 May, 2021 to 19 May, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
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Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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22 May, 2021 to 28 May, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
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Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
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Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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27 May, 2021 to 02 June, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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05 June, 2021 to 11 June, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
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Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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10 June, 2021 to 16 June, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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19 June, 2021 to 25 June, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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24 June, 2021 to 30 June, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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03 July, 2021 to 09 July, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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08 July, 2021 to 14 July, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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17 July, 2021 to 23 July, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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22 July, 2021 to 28 July, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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31 July, 2021 to 06 August, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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05 August, 2021 to 11 August, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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14 August, 2021 to 20 August, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
19 August, 2021 to 25 August, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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28 August, 2021 to 03 September, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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02 September, 2021 to 08 September, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
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11 September, 2021 to 17 September, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
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Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
16 September, 2021 to 22 September, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
25 September, 2021 to 01 October, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
28 October, 2021 to 03 November, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
06 November, 2021 to 12 November, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
11 November, 2021 to 17 November, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
20 November, 2021 to 26 November, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
25 November, 2021 to 01 December, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
04 December, 2021 to 10 December, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
09 December, 2021 to 15 December, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
18 December, 2021 to 24 December, 2021
Category 1 $ 7,380 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 2 $ 8,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo
Category 3 $ 9,320 AUD pp
Bridge Deck #303–306 - Conveniently located, cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window. Note: Cabins 305 and 306 can accommodate a third person.
view cabin photo
Category 4 $ 9,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #403–408 - Spacious cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed or a double bed. All cabins feature a window and outside glassed in terraces with seating. There are large windows in the top half of the terrace doors. Note: The single beds in cabins 403 and 404 convert to double beds
view cabin photo
Category 1 Solo $ 10,940 AUD pp
Main Deck #201-206 - Cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and a window.
view cabin photo
Category 5 $ 11,820 AUD pp
Upper Deck #401, 402 - These are the largest cabins onboard. These cabins feature two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed and wrap around windows. Both have a desk, chairs, and table. They also feature outside glassed in terraces with seating.
view cabin photo
Category 2 Solo $ 12,440 AUD pp
Main Deck #207-210; Bridge Deck #301-302 - Centrally located cabins feature a window and two lower single beds which can convert to a queen bed.
view cabin photo

Wild Galápagos Escape itinerary:

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DAY 1: Guayaquil, Ecuador
Arrive in Guayaquil and transfer to the 44-room Hotel del Parque, a tranquil haven surrounded by lush gardens set in a lovingly restored 19th-century building. Additional nights at the hotel are available on request and recommended.
DAY 2: Guayaquil / Baltra, Galápagos / Embark
Fly this morning to Galápagos. We are welcomed by our naturalist staff and start exploring the islands. (B,L,D)
DAY 3-6: Galápagos Islands
Here is a sampling of the diverse islands that we visit on our itineraries. Part of the magic of any Galápagos voyage is the varied nature of the terrain, wildlife and experiences that each island offers, with each departure offering a well-considered balance. (B,L,D Daily) NORTH SEYMOUR On this wildlife-rich small island, follow trails past coastal groups of Galápagos sea lions and marine iguanas inland through a silvery forest of Palo Santo to colonies of magnificent and great frigatebirds, blue-footed boobies, and other seabirds. See land iguanas clambering over rocks in search of cactus and other flowers. Look for swallow-tailed gulls, noddy terns, red-billed tropic birds and Galápagos fur seals on the rocky walls of this small island (like neighboring Baltra), created by not by lava flows geologic uplift. BARTOLOMÉ Climb to the summit of this 360-foot-high volcanic wonderland of spatter and scoria cones and tuff formations, well-worth the effort for the stunning view. Later, stroll the golden sand beach below, backed by a tangle of mangroves under famous Pinnacle Rock. Here lucky swimmers and snorkelers might encounter Galápagos penguins, one of world’s rarest and the only tropical penguin species. RÁBIDA Land on a red sand beach on this volcanically varied island, where we explore inland and may see migratory flamingos feeding in a brackish lagoon. Clownish brown pelicans entertain from their nests along the coast, where sea lions often play. Prepare for some magnificent sunsets. FERNANDINA In the remote western archipelago, walk among brightly colored Sally Lightfoot crabs, and the largest and most numerous population of marine iguanas anywhere. Hike over impressive lava past tide pools where young sea lions play and the strange flightless cormorant nests. One of the most active oceanic volcanoes in the world, Fernandina is a privilege to visit: the youngest, and most pristine island in Galápagos. ISABELA Toast crossing the Equator at Volcán Ecuador on Isabela, a towering island formed of six great shield volcanoes that make up 2/3 of the land area in Galápagos. Over two days, cruise, kayak and snorkel along wildly eroded formations of volcanic ash, hike along the uplifted coastline, land in the footsteps of Darwin and Melville for a hike at Tagus Cove. Fed by the upwelling of cool, nutrient-rich currents, this is a rich oceanic realm, once the haunt of whalers and pirates, and a good place to see whales, dolphins and other marine life. SANTIAGO Follow in the wake of Darwin and HMS Beagle at rugged Santiago, where we explore tide pools and look for fur seals sheltered in quiet grottos of black basalt at Puerto Egas. Swim, snorkel, kayak and paddleboard along the spectacular coast of Buccaneers Cove, a secluded atelier where pirates once careened their ships. Explore a dense coastal forest, home to Galápagos hawks and other land birds, at Playa Espumilla. SANTA CRUZ See wild tortoises roaming free in the green highlands of this central Island. Be greeted as a friend in Puerto Ayora, headquarters of both the Galápagos National Park and Charles Darwin Research Station. Tour the giant tortoise breeding corrals, a pioneering effort that has resulted in repopulation of Española and other islands. See Lonesome George, the last tortoise from Isla Pinta and a conservation icon, is at the center of the new Route of the Tortoises. The town of Puerto Ayora, lined with shops, hotels and restaurants, is connected by road across the island, and a short canal-crossing, to Baltra, the island on the north coast, home to a WWII-era U.S. Army air force base and still the primary airport. SAN CRISTOBAL Land on a small, sparkling beach at Punta Pitt for a hike up to a plateau where blue- and red-footed footed boobies nest and you may see endemic Cristóbal mockingbirds and lava lizards. On this easternmost island, also explore the celebrated expanse of powdery white sand at Cerro Brujo. One of four populated islands and the capital of the province, San Cristóbal has a rich agricultural zone in the highlands and a healthy tortoise population. The town is interestingly home to the largest sea lion colony in the archipelago. ESPAÑOLA See swallow-tailed gulls, Española mockingbirds, Nazca boobies and, seasonally, the world’s only population of waved albatross at Punta Suarez, where we walk among vividly colored marine iguanas, and breeding colonies of sea lions. Optional trails lead inland across iron-laden pillow basalt to the blowhole and seabird cliffs. At Gardner Bay, explore the expanse of bright white sand and snorkel offshore islets. FLOREANA An island of rolling hills and fresh water springs, a favorite with pirates and whalers, scientists and settlers. Follow a trail along a rose-pink lagoon across Punta Cormorant. At Champion Islet, snorkel or cruise along the shore by Zodiac. Visit Post Office Bay, where you’re invited to join the 19th-century tradition of leaving and taking letters from the barrel for hand delivery. Paddleboard and kayak along the coast at Baroness Lookout, named after the early settler and eccentric Eloise Bosquet de Wagner. Floreana is an island rich in mystery.
DAY 7: Disembark / Baltra / Guyaquil / Depart
This morning fly to Guayaquil and check-in at Hotel del Parque, with time to explore before a late flight tonight—or continue to Quito for an optional two-night extension. Or elect to fly home on Day 8 at no additional cost. Ask your Expedition Specialist for details. (B)
Please Note:
All day-by-day breakdowns are a sampling of the places we intend to visit, conditions permitting.

Wild Galápagos Escape reverse itinerary:

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Please Note: *
All day-by-day breakdowns are a sampling of the places we intend to visit, conditions permitting.
DAY 7: Disembark / Baltra / Guyaquil / Depart *
This morning fly to Guayaquil and check-in at Hotel del Parque, with time to explore before a late flight tonight—or continue to Quito for an optional two-night extension. Or elect to fly home on Day 8 at no additional cost. Ask your Expedition Specialist for details. (B)
DAY 3-6: Galápagos Islands *
Here is a sampling of the diverse islands that we visit on our itineraries. Part of the magic of any Galápagos voyage is the varied nature of the terrain, wildlife and experiences that each island offers, with each departure offering a well-considered balance. (B,L,D Daily) NORTH SEYMOUR On this wildlife-rich small island, follow trails past coastal groups of Galápagos sea lions and marine iguanas inland through a silvery forest of Palo Santo to colonies of magnificent and great frigatebirds, blue-footed boobies, and other seabirds. See land iguanas clambering over rocks in search of cactus and other flowers. Look for swallow-tailed gulls, noddy terns, red-billed tropic birds and Galápagos fur seals on the rocky walls of this small island (like neighboring Baltra), created by not by lava flows geologic uplift. BARTOLOMÉ Climb to the summit of this 360-foot-high volcanic wonderland of spatter and scoria cones and tuff formations, well-worth the effort for the stunning view. Later, stroll the golden sand beach below, backed by a tangle of mangroves under famous Pinnacle Rock. Here lucky swimmers and snorkelers might encounter Galápagos penguins, one of world’s rarest and the only tropical penguin species. RÁBIDA Land on a red sand beach on this volcanically varied island, where we explore inland and may see migratory flamingos feeding in a brackish lagoon. Clownish brown pelicans entertain from their nests along the coast, where sea lions often play. Prepare for some magnificent sunsets. FERNANDINA In the remote western archipelago, walk among brightly colored Sally Lightfoot crabs, and the largest and most numerous population of marine iguanas anywhere. Hike over impressive lava past tide pools where young sea lions play and the strange flightless cormorant nests. One of the most active oceanic volcanoes in the world, Fernandina is a privilege to visit: the youngest, and most pristine island in Galápagos. ISABELA Toast crossing the Equator at Volcán Ecuador on Isabela, a towering island formed of six great shield volcanoes that make up 2/3 of the land area in Galápagos. Over two days, cruise, kayak and snorkel along wildly eroded formations of volcanic ash, hike along the uplifted coastline, land in the footsteps of Darwin and Melville for a hike at Tagus Cove. Fed by the upwelling of cool, nutrient-rich currents, this is a rich oceanic realm, once the haunt of whalers and pirates, and a good place to see whales, dolphins and other marine life. SANTIAGO Follow in the wake of Darwin and HMS Beagle at rugged Santiago, where we explore tide pools and look for fur seals sheltered in quiet grottos of black basalt at Puerto Egas. Swim, snorkel, kayak and paddleboard along the spectacular coast of Buccaneers Cove, a secluded atelier where pirates once careened their ships. Explore a dense coastal forest, home to Galápagos hawks and other land birds, at Playa Espumilla. SANTA CRUZ See wild tortoises roaming free in the green highlands of this central Island. Be greeted as a friend in Puerto Ayora, headquarters of both the Galápagos National Park and Charles Darwin Research Station. Tour the giant tortoise breeding corrals, a pioneering effort that has resulted in repopulation of Española and other islands. See Lonesome George, the last tortoise from Isla Pinta and a conservation icon, is at the center of the new Route of the Tortoises. The town of Puerto Ayora, lined with shops, hotels and restaurants, is connected by road across the island, and a short canal-crossing, to Baltra, the island on the north coast, home to a WWII-era U.S. Army air force base and still the primary airport. SAN CRISTOBAL Land on a small, sparkling beach at Punta Pitt for a hike up to a plateau where blue- and red-footed footed boobies nest and you may see endemic Cristóbal mockingbirds and lava lizards. On this easternmost island, also explore the celebrated expanse of powdery white sand at Cerro Brujo. One of four populated islands and the capital of the province, San Cristóbal has a rich agricultural zone in the highlands and a healthy tortoise population. The town is interestingly home to the largest sea lion colony in the archipelago. ESPAÑOLA See swallow-tailed gulls, Española mockingbirds, Nazca boobies and, seasonally, the world’s only population of waved albatross at Punta Suarez, where we walk among vividly colored marine iguanas, and breeding colonies of sea lions. Optional trails lead inland across iron-laden pillow basalt to the blowhole and seabird cliffs. At Gardner Bay, explore the expanse of bright white sand and snorkel offshore islets. FLOREANA An island of rolling hills and fresh water springs, a favorite with pirates and whalers, scientists and settlers. Follow a trail along a rose-pink lagoon across Punta Cormorant. At Champion Islet, snorkel or cruise along the shore by Zodiac. Visit Post Office Bay, where you’re invited to join the 19th-century tradition of leaving and taking letters from the barrel for hand delivery. Paddleboard and kayak along the coast at Baroness Lookout, named after the early settler and eccentric Eloise Bosquet de Wagner. Floreana is an island rich in mystery.
DAY 2: Guayaquil / Baltra, Galápagos / Embark *
Fly this morning to Galápagos. We are welcomed by our naturalist staff and start exploring the islands. (B,L,D)
DAY 1: Guayaquil, Ecuador *
Arrive in Guayaquil and transfer to the 44-room Hotel del Parque, a tranquil haven surrounded by lush gardens set in a lovingly restored 19th-century building. Additional nights at the hotel are available on request and recommended.
* = Indicative
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National Geographic Islander, the ship servicing Wild Galápagos Escape

National Geographic Islander

Vessel Type: Luxury Expedition

Length: 49 metres

Passenger Capacity: 48 guests (in 24 cabins)

Built: 1982

The National Geographic Islander is a versatile 164-foot twin-hulled vessel with 24 spacious cabins comfortably accommodating 48 guests. She is a sturdy expedition ship, designed for year-round discovery and active exploration of the Galápagos and can reach places inaccessible to larger ships due to its small size.

Accessibility means freedom. Our captains have decades of sailing experience in the regions we explore. They know when and where to navigate so that you feel the places we visit are all ours. Thanks to our sturdy fleet of Zodiacs and virtually untippable kayaks, you can be off the ship and out exploring within a moment’s notice.

Public Areas: Ship is fully air-conditioned. Covered deck with hammocks, chairs and tables; Doctor's Office; Fitness Center; Global Market; LEXspa; Library; Lounge with full-service bar and facilities for films, slide shows and presentations; and Sky Deck. Our Ecuadorian Captain and Officers welcome guests to the Bridge in accordance with our "Open Bridge" policy.

Meals: Served in single seatings with unassigned tables for an informal atmosphere and easy mingling. Menu is international with an Ecuadorian flair.

Cabins: All cabins have a window with an outside view, private facilities, and climate controls.

Expedition Equipment: Hydrophone, kayaks, snorkeling gear, Splash-Cam, underwater video camera, video microscope, wet suits, and Zodiac landing craft.

Special Features: Guest internet access, laundry service, LEXmarket, and Wellness Program. A ship's doctor, Undersea Specialist, and Video Chronicler are also onboard.

Cabin layout for National Geographic Islander
• Experience all Galápagos offers in just one week, with departures on Saturday and Thursday.

• Add a two-night post-expedition extension in Quito, Ecuador.

• Snorkel and kayak in rich waters among shimmering fish, sea turtles, penguins, and playful sea lions.

• Walk among colonies of wildlife and seabirds unfazed by your presence.

• Maximize your time in the islands with options every day.