True North: not your typical adventure cruise
This article was created in partnership with True North
True North Adventure Cruises are not your typical expedition cruises. True North specifically exclude sea-days and offers unparalleled access to stunning coastal environments and unequalled opportunity to truly experience a destination.
True North is a purpose-built ship that was designed to best access wilderness areas. They offer multiple adventure boats to take guests away in small groups to experience wilderness up-close. Plus, the luxury of numerous tenders also means guests have greater freedom to do what they want when they want to.
Daily activities with True North include snorkelling, diving, fishing, hiking, picnics, natural history, culture and scenic flights on the ship’s helicopter.
Onboard, the ship offers guests superior comfort and style. It features spacious cabins with modern decor, ensuites and satellite phones. An adventure onboard is intimate and personable, with guest numbers being limited to 36, plus an Australian crew of 22, who offer a unique chaperone to each experience.
True North pioneered adventure-cruising along the beautiful Kimberley coast more than 30 years ago. Their long history with the area has granted them a deep knowledge of it, and they can provide intimate access to some of the area’s abundant iconic natural features.
Other destinations include the still-wild coast of Australia featuring the pristine beaches and islands of the south coast; the intriguing Abrolhos Islands, world-famous Ningaloo Reef, fishing paradise at the marvellous Montebello Islands and the stunning Rowley Shoals; the islands of Komodo; the breathtaking Raja Ampats; the whale sharks of Cenderawasih Bay; the mighty Sepik River and the unspoilt islands of Papua New Guinea; mysterious Bougainville Island; stunning Sydney Harbour, and a seafood safari featuring Kangaroo Island and the picturesque Eyre Peninsula.