Cruise and Maritime Voyages
Astor, Summer Coast Escape ex Perth Return
Ship: Astor
Selected Sailing Date: 28 Jan 2018
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Cruise Itinerary
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Cruise Description

5 Night Cruise sailing from Perth roundtrip aboard Astor.

The modernised ASTOR offers you all the comfort you need in order to feel at home on your personal dream cruise. Let yourself be enchanted by the very special flair of the “small” ASTOR, which is reflected everywhere on board: in the noble suites and beautiful cabins, the inviting wellness centre, the manifold gastronomic offerings and of course in the first-class service. You receive the ideal complete offer – tailored to your individual needs – and experience a cruise on the ASTOR that will remain a fond memory for a long time to come.

Highlights of this cruise:

Western Australia’s glorious South-West is on show in this fabulous five-night itinerary. It includes stops at the iconic ports of Esperance and Albany, both rich with history.

Enjoy a full day at sea, getting to know ASTOR and everything that she has to offer, before arriving in Esperance. Here you’ll find some of Australia’s most pristine beaches, WA’s own life-size replica of Stonehenge, and the all- new $35.5 million foreshore redevelopment.

Next stop – Albany – which provides a chance to check out the amazing Gap and Natural Bridge in Torndirrup National Park, or discover the richness of the town’s whaling history at the only museum of its kind in the world to be housed in a formerly fully-operational whaling station. Albany also has some amazing produce – from award-winning wines, spirits, locally made beer, farm fresh yabbies and trout, olives, oysters, goats cheese and more.