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Coral Discoverer

Coral Discoverer deck plan

Ship Specifications:

Built: 2005

Refurbished: 2016

Gross Tonnage: 1,779

Length: 207 ft.

Beam: 43 ft.

Draft: 10 ft.

Number of Guests: 65

Crew: 20

Crew Nationality: Australia/New Zealand

Ship’s Registry: Australia


General & Rooms information:

  • Four decks of guest facilities:

- Main Deck – guest staterooms, dining room, and Xplorer and Zodiac boarding

- Promenade Deck – guest staterooms

- Bridge Deck – guest staterooms with private balconies, lounge, and bridge

- Sun Deck – Outdoor bar and observation area

  • Stairs service all decks. There is no elevator.
  • The bridge is available to visit most times throughout the day, contingent upon weather, security, and navigation conditions.
  • Smoking is permitted only in designated areas on outside decks.
  • All staterooms feature ocean views, two twin beds or a double bed, a sitting area, a well-appointed en suite bathroom, large closets,  and desk.
  • Category 1 staterooms are 195 square feet and feature two portholes; Category 2 staterooms are 195 square feet and feature two small windows; Category 3 staterooms are 160 square feet and feature a large window; Category 4 staterooms are 195 square feet and feature a large window; Category 5 staterooms are 195 square feet and feature a private balcony.

Dining & Services:

  • The dining room can accommodate all guests at one seating and features large outside windows.
  • Most diets can be catered for on board, but special dietary requests must be made in advance.
  • Coffee and tea are available 24 hours a day.
  • The Coral Discoverer carries a fleet of Zodiacs and the Xplorer excursion boat, which can accommodate all guests.
  • Public spaces include a large lecture lounge, sun deck with outdoor bar and seating area, and a reference library.
  • Additional amenities include two fully-stocked cocktail bars, wireless Internet, and laundry service (no dry cleaning). Rates are posted on board.
  • The Australian dollar is the currency used on board. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Diners Club are accepted for payment of shipboard accounts.