Underwater Adventure

If strolling on tropical islands, snorkeling in pristine tropical waters and reveling in the comfort of a floating boutique hotel sounds like the perfect short break, then don't miss True North’s Archipelago Adventure, a five night sojourn around Papua New Guinea’s rarely visited Louisiade Archipelago that departs Cairns via private jet on December 13. This year guests can also look forward to receiving expert tips from award-winning underwater photographer Darren Jew.


Darren's work has been published in magazines, newspapers and books around the world whilst the Louisiades features some of the best snorkelling and diving in Papua New Guinea. The opportunity to receive advice and tips from a highly-regarded underwater photographer in such stunning circumstance is definitely an opportunity not to be missed.


Highlights of the cruise include snorkelling over WWII wrecks, swimming with manta rays, drifting amidst huge schools of trevally and being inspired by postcard-perfect islands fringed with sparkling beaches and palm trees.


Australia's premier luxury adventure cruise ship, True North is purpose-built to sail deep into the heart of the wilderness, visiting areas that larger ships cannot access. Guests are privy to very-high quality off-ship experiences courtesy of the ship's biologist and team of naturalists, a ship's helicopter and six dedicated expedition boats.

Exceptional food and wine are also at the heart of a True North experience. The ship's modern Australian cuisine is supplemented with locally sourced ingredients and complemented by an outstanding selection of Western Australian wines. Cabins are spacious and modern, while there is also a panoramic lower deck dining room, an alfresco bar, an observation lounge and a dedicated sports

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