Seabourn Pursuit arrives Down Under for inaugural Kimberley season

Seabourn expedition vessel sails into Darwin for the first time

Seabourn Pursuit entered Australian waters for the first time, sailing into Darwin in the Northern Territory this morning [11 June 2024]. The arrival of Seabourn’s second of two expedition ships marks the start of the cruise line’s highly-anticipated inaugural season in the Kimberley region, which commences on 12 June when the ship sets sail on the first of six 10-day voyages between Darwin and Broome from June to August 2024.

Experiencing the Kimberley with Seabourn Pursuit will provide travellers access to remote locations such as Ngula Jar Island; the most picturesque views throughout the entire journey as the 132-suite ship weaves through the towering cliffs and gorges; and navigation by a world-class expedition team of experts through the most exhilarating nature and cultural experiences in the region.

Seabourn recently announced the Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owners as godparents of Seabourn Pursuit, making history as the first ever cruise line to appoint Aboriginal Traditional Owners as godparents. As part of this appointment, Seabourn will make a donation to assist Wunambal Gaambera to develop a self-sustaining industry, producing authentic works of art and craft by Wunambal Gaambera artists to sell.

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In addition, Seabourn will also supply the Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation with pearl shells and various art supplies and polishing materials to foster sustainable, commercial arts and craft initiatives year-round for their artists and craft producers.

Guests who traverse The Kimberley with Seabourn will experience the exhilarating adventure of an expedition sailing – a deeper connection to wildlife, nature, culture and history of the region – with all the ultra-luxury elements that Seabourn is renowned for. Season highlights include:

  • Exploration of King George Falls, dual waterfalls and the highest twin falls in Western Australia, and long Zodiac rides through rivers and sandstone gorges crowded with incredible geological formations.
  • Helicopter viewing of the Hunter River and the Kimberley en route to the triple falls of Mitchell Plateau on select sailings.
  • Montgomery Reef, an ancient and biologically rich reef formed some 1.8 billion years ago and recognised today as one of the most significant geological marine environments in the Kimberley.
  • Visit Vansittart Bay, Jar Island and Freshwater Cove – as guests of the Traditional Landowners, view the aboriginal artwork of the Wandjina. Visit remote Islands with the intricate Bradshaw/Gwion Gwion Art.
  • Complimentary expedition experiences include Zodiac cruising and nature walks and hikes.

Seabourn’s newest ultra-luxury, purpose-built expedition ship, Seabourn Pursuit, is an intimate ship with private, yacht-like atmosphere, featuring 132 luxuriously appointed ocean-front veranda suites — taking ultra-luxury travelers further, deeper, and closer to the most coveted and remote destinations in the world.

See www.seabourn.com.

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