The Coral Adventurer will depart from Guam — islands in the archipelago of the Mariana Islands in the Western Pacific Ocean — on the first expedition of the series in September 2023. These journeys will pass through the places left after the war: from Tinian and Torishima to Iwo Jima. While exploring the island chains of Japan's Ryukyu, Ogasawara and Izu archipelagos, guests will experience the lifestyle of traditional fishing villages, local culture and nature.
“Few people have seen such a Japan. Very few Japanese have been lucky enough to visit these hard-to-reach coastal regions of southern Japan, let alone Western travelers. These islands are a mixture of ancient traditions, unique landscapes and rare wildlife,” — says Chief Commercial Officer Jeff Gillis.
On the way back, tourists are waiting for such a variety of attractions as Taroko Gorge National Park in Taiwan — the world's largest marble gorge, the 19th-century Faro de Cabo Engaño lighthouse in Palaui, and Tacloban Beach in the Philippines.
Experienced crew, professional guides, and the chic atmosphere of a small ship will help tourists explore these remote places at the very edge of the earth.
«Travel to Japan». Guam Island — Tokyo. Departure 8 September 2023, 14 nights. The Coral Adventurer.
“Through the heart of Japan“. Tokyo — Fukuoka. Departure 23 September 2023, 14 nights. Coral Adventurer.
“Through the Japanese Ryukyu Islands“. Fukuoka — Keelung. Departure October 7, 2023, 16 nights. Coral Adventurer.
«Philippine Island Trails». Keelung — Manila. Departure 24 October 2023, 16 nights. Coral Adventurer ship.