Sea Explorer To Join Noble Caledonia Fleet
Noble Caledonia has announced that a new vessel, Sea Explorer, shal join the fleet in October 2014. She will join sisters Island Sky and Caledonian Sky.
Sea Explorer, formerly known as Corinthian II, shall cruise the Scottish region and like her sisters, will be fully equipped with Zodiac crafts allowing guests to get the most out of the remote places she will visit. In short she will be a true expedition vessel offering real adventure to the 120-passengers onboard that seek something more thrilling when it comes to ocean travel.
Andy Cochrane, Managing Director, Noble Caledonia said “We are indeed fortunate in being able to add this fine ship to our growing fleet. The demand from the UK and around the world for voyages aboard the ‘Island Sky’ and ‘Caledonian Sky’ has resulted with over 90% of capacity sold until early 2016, so the addition of a further vessel will allow us to meet the unprecedented demand we are currently experiencing”.
Noble Caledonia is known for introducing expedition and small ship cruising to the UK market back in the early 1990’s. The demand for adventure cruising has since sky-rocketed and thanks to this Noble Caledonia can charter up to 20 other vessels during any given year.
You really can explore the world with Noble Caledonia, from the beautiful western shores of Africa to the snow covered lands in the Arctic Circle, it is all on offer and the introduction of the 4,200 GT Sea Explorer shall only strengthen an already dominant presence within the expedition cruise market.
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