Wallaby star Nathan Sharpe, who recently retired from a decorated Super Rugby career, will join one of North Star Cruises’ popular cruises around eastern Papua New Guinea this season.
North Star offers activity-based itineraries aboard the stylish adventure-cruise ship True North exploring the jungle-clad volcanoes, turquoise reefs, and white sand beaches of the Papua New Guinea islands.
Coming onboard as a celebrity fishing guide, Nathan is looking forward to sharing his prowess as a keen fisherman. He will also host informal after-lunch and after-dinner talks about his time as a Wallaby.
The former Western Force captain is also likely to spend some time playing rugby with the many children encountered on theAdventures in Paradise itinerary departing 8 December 2012.
The cruise features daily visits to island villages, snorkelling, fishing, cultural events and helicopter flights over volcanoes and to the Kokoda Track. Guests fly to and from Cairns aboard North Star’s chartered jet and enjoy either 7 or 9 nights on-board the stylish True North.
True North was purpose built to access shallow coastal environs and river systems. The ship also uniquely features an on-board helicopter and six smaller expedition boats to take its passengers where others cannot venture.
Twenty crew-members look after just 36 guests ensuring the company’s reputation for personal service.
The True North cruise schedule in Papua New Guinea begins on 27 October 2012.
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