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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Coral Adventurer to visit Batemans Bay Dec 3rd

Eurobodalla Mayor Mathew Hatcher will welcome cruise ship Coral Adventurer to Batemans Bay for her maiden visit this Saturday, 3 December.

A Coral Expeditions cruise, she departed Cairns on 17 October for a 60-day circumnavigation of Australia. 104 passengers and 48 crew are aboard.

Coral Adventurer will be at anchor in the waters off Batemans Bay from 6am. Guests will board tenders for a short trip to the new floating pontoon on the Batemans Bay waterfront.

The Mayor will welcome Captain Matthew Fryer to the Eurobodalla, presenting him with the customary port-of-call plaque soon after 7.30am.

Coral Adventurer is the first cruise ship to visit Batemans Bay post-pandemic.

A welcoming party led by Mayor Mathew Hatcher together with cruise ambassadors from the Batemans Bay Business and Tourism Chamber will greet guests as they disembark the tenders.

Mayor Mathew Hatcher said the cruise industry is good for the region and he’s pleased to see Coral Expeditions visit on their way to Sydney.

“Passengers always enjoy a stop in the Bay, starting with a little adventure on the tenders to get to shore, then off on their pre-booked experiences including kayaking and oyster tasting, a tender cruise up the Clyde, and a trip to the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden.”


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