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October 4, 2017 Travel Deals No Comments Email Email

Thundering waterfalls and vast, empty coastal waters will greet passengers on Ahoy Buccaneers’ first two cruises for 2018 along the Kimberley coast in February and March, with bookings made by October 31, 2017, receiving a complimentary night’s accommodation before and after the cruise.

The low-cost cruise operator’s 19-guest motor yacht, ‘Oceanic’, will offer a special 13-day wet season cruise from Broome to Wyndham on February 26, 2018, and another from Wyndham back to Broome on March 12, 2018.

Every year, the monsoonal wet of the far north transforms the famous Kimberley coast waterfalls like King George Falls, Kings Cascades and Casuarina Falls into spectacular, thundering jets of water, enabling adventure-seekers to see and feel nature at its raw and powerful best.

Ahoy Buccaneer’s wet season expeditions through the wild and remote islands of the Buccaneer and Bonaparte archipelagos also enable guests to experience the dramatic excitement of tropical storms, beautiful sunsets and lightning shows and lush scenery.

The wet season is also devoid of larger cruise ships, leaving Ahoy Buccaneer’s privileged passengers to enjoy the region’s serenity alone.

Ahoy Buccaneers offers travellers one of the most affordable ways to see the wild and unspoilt Kimberley. The 13-day Broome to Wyndham cruises offer guests a comprehensive and in-depth exploration of the 2000 islands, stunning waterfalls and lively marine parks that comprise the Kimberly coastline. Because of its small size, Oceanic is able to anchor close to the shore, with daily excursions that include fishing, swimming in fresh waterholes, beach combing, exploring aboriginal art, beach camp fires and hiking in some of the remotest parts of the Kimberley.

Oceanic offers double bed and bunk cabins as well as the opportunity for passengers to sleep under the stars in deluxe swags in a mix of boat and beach locations each night. The 24m rigged vessel also boasts indoor and outdoor dining areas, two lounges and a deck spa.  Fresh and healthy cuisine is prepared by an onboard cook who regularly sources much of the menu from what is caught from the sea each day. The atmosphere onboard Oceanic is barefoot casual and friendly, with guests encouraged to help fish or sail the Oceanic.

Each of the 13-day cruises between Broome and Wyndham next February and March is available from $5000 per person (including for solos) in a swag and from $6600 per person in a cabin, twin-share, or if sharing with another solo passenger. Fares include meals, shore excursions and transfers.

Bookings made by October 31, 2017, will receive one free night’s accommodation before and after the cruise at four-star hotels in Broome and also Kununurra near Wyndham.

Call Ahoy Buccaneers on 08 9193 7650 or visit www.ahoybuccaneers.com.au

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