Afloat in an untouched wilderness

Cruising along the coast of Australia’s western seaboard is one of the world’s most breathtaking boat journeys. The ruggedly beautiful coastline and its outlying islands is a virtually untouched wilderness of unsurpassed natural beauty. Probably the best way to enjoy this experience is onboard one of Australia’s most luxurious ships North Star Cruises award-winning True North.

During March 2012 North Star Cruises is offering two brand new cruises featuring some of Western Australia’s most spectacular coastline.

The first of these departs depart Fremantle on March 3 to experience five magical nights at the intriguing Abrolhos Islands. Snorkel over colourful corals teeming with fish life, dive the wreck of the Batavia, swim ashore at stunning Turtle Bay and catch monster jewfish – all in absolute style. The cruise also includes a return flight to Perth from Geraldton.

Alternatively, the second cruise departs Dampier on March 19 and visits the unique Monte Bello Islands.

Match wits with formidable mud crabs; savour delectable whiting and indulge in sumptuous beach picnics. Fish, dive and snorkel your way through four days of fun in the sun.

It’s one of the best times of year to view the Western Australian coast and all-inclusive prices start from just $3196.

According to North Star Cruises there has never been a better chance to find out why guests on the True North consistently respond with “that’s the best holiday I have ever had”.

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