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Australia & New Zealand | Small Ship Cruising

Step aboard the MS Caledonian Sky to discover some of Australia and New Zealand's most spectacular coastlines. With a maximum of 99 guests being looked after by 75 crew, you'll be in good hands all the way. Your agile ship will take you to places you've never dreamed of

Caledonian Sky Zodiac

Sail Away from the Crowds

Bigger is not always better in the cruising world. Our expedition ships are purposely built small, carrying just 99 guests instead of thousands so we can access shallow shorelines and remote coastal areas.
Zodiacs in ocean, Montgomery Reef Kimberley

Your Avenue to Adventure

Each ship carries a fleet of inflatable Zodiac vessels to get you close to where the action happens. Our expedition ships cruise the shores of the Kimberley, as well as the Coral Coast, making use of Zodiacs every day to reach remote locations, so you can admire the landscapes from sea level.
Zodiac Passengers in Kimberley

Expect the Unexpected

On our expedition cruises, there is no regimented itinerary, which means that we can tailor each day to maximise your experience. We might stay a little longer on a remote island to catch sight of some wildlife, or take a different route on our Zodiacs if the tides are changing faster than expected.

Australia Expedition Cruising

There is something special about Australia. A feeling overcomes you when you’re there, awakening your senses as you enter a land of vastness and isolation. Whether you are wanting to journey to the ends of the land or find yourself within its spiritual centre, APT is for you.

New Zealand Expedition Cruising

Journey through New Zealand. From alpine vistas of Queenstown to a cruise through the Milford Sound. Discover the beauty of New Zealand. So close. Worlds away.

The Sub-Antarctic Islands

Remote and rarely visited, the Sub-Antarctic islands are a feast for the eyes and the senses. Extraordinary wildlife - seals, penguins, whales and seabirds - compete for attention with with dramatic and wild scenery. Spend a night on stunning World Heritage-listed Macquarie Island, halfway between New Zealand and the Antarctic continent, where an Australian research base operates.

Penguin colony resting at the shores edge with a ship in the background

Discover Native Wildlife

The largely untouched Sub-Antarctic islands teem with wildlife. Amid raw beauty, millions of seabirds breed alongside penguin rookeries that are home to hundreds of thousands of birds. Seal colonies abound, and the whales are prevalent in the chilly waters.

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Luxury Fleet

Caledonian Sky

Enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle aboard the MS Caledonian Sky. Timeless elegance is reflected in every detail, while intimate spaces and the company of like-minded guests foster a convivial ambience.

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Sun Deck on top of ship, Caledonian Sky

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Interior of Bungle Bungle Wilderness Lodge tent with passengers sitting outside

Exclusive Wilderness Lodges

True seclusion awaits in the remote Kimberley at our network of wilderness lodges, available exclusively to APT guests. From spacious ensuites to chef-prepared three-course meals and private front decks, this really isn’t your average wilderness camping experience.
Image of Bell Gorge waterfall, Kimberley

The Kimberley

Discover Australia’s last frontier, where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. Explore secluded gorges that hide ancient Indigenous rock art, welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range
Aerial view of boat passing through Horizontal Falls

Kimberley Tides

From Montgomery Reef to Horizontal Falls, the tropical tides of the Kimberley provide some of Western Australia’s greatest sights.