Monday, January 18, 2010
Artists, Musicians, Chefs and Specialist Guides - an Impressive Array of Special Guests Join True North Kimberley Cruises in 2010
Guests can learn about landscape painting, enjoy classical guitar performances, gain a deeper understanding of ancient rock art, and learn more about Kimberley geology.
North Star General Manager Peter Trembath said 2010 was the "Year of the Special Guest".
"We are providing some excellent value-add bonuses for guests who book a Kimberley Wilderness cruise," said Mr Trembath.
"Interacting with some unique characters and specialists guides within the stunning Kimberley environment provides guests with an experience they will never forget."
So far, events and special guests scheduled for 2010 include:
Guitarist Phil Cebrano provides classical accompaniment on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruises 2A Wyndham to Hunter River (27 March – 3 April) and 2B Hunter River to Broome (3 April – 9 April)
Kimberley Indigenous Artists Mark Noval & Donny Woolagoodja introduce the oldest paintings known to man on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruises 4A Wyndham to Hunter River (24 April – 1 May) and 4B Hunter River to Broome (1 May – 7 May)
Renowned artist Douglas Kirsop unlocks the secrets of landscape painting on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 5 Broome to Wyndman (8 – 21 May)
New artistic talent Andrew Tischler will astound with his life-like paintings on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 6 Wyndham to Broome (22 May – 4 June)
Geologist Phil Playford presents his theories on global warming and more on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 7 Broome to Wyndham (5-18 June)
Celebrity Chef Ryan Carey cooks up a storm on board Kimberley Wilderness Cruise 8 Wyndham to Broome (19 June – 2 July)
Other Kimberley Wilderness Cruise highlights include:
The Horizontal Waterfalls
Fishing for barramundi and mud crabs
Ancient rock art
Bush walking and swimming in billabongs
Bird watching - of every imaginable colour
Heli-picnics and heli-fishing
The mighty rivers of the Prince Regent, the Hunter and the Mitchell
For full itineraries, departure dates and prices visit www.northstarcruises.com.au
True North Background
The multi award winning adventure cruise ship, True North, allows discerning guests to experience wilderness in surroundings more akin to one of the world's most exclusive hotels. Lavish features include:
A sundeck, forward observation lounge, ship's lounge, alfresco bar, internet café, plasma screens with interpretive information, lower deck dining room with large panoramic windows, and fine dining.
· All cabins feature enhanced décor, en-suite facilities, in-house entertainment and satellite telephones.
· Multiple expedition boats allow passengers to do "what they want, when they want".
· The True North is the only Kimberley adventure-cruise ship that sails with its own helicopter.
· The purpose built True North is able to explore the upper reaches of shallow river systems.
· Adventure cruises and expeditions operate along the magnificent coastlines of Australia and the South Pacific.
For more information visit http://www.northstarcruises.com.au
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