Located on the upper deck – Explorer Class cabins feature a king size double (that can be converted to singles) and a twin basin en-suite. Cabin size is 15 square metres.
Other features include large panoramic windows, amenities fridge, in-cabin entertainment and satellite telephone.
Located on the lower deck – Ocean Class cabins feature roomy singles and en-suite. Cabin size is approximately 12 square metres.
Other features include 2 portholes, in-cabin entertainment and satellite telephone.
Located on the middle deck – River Class cabins feature a king size double (that can be converted to singles) and en-suite.
Other features include large panoramic windows, in-cabin entertainment and satellite telephone.
The platform for dining on-board the True North is sustainable, organic and very Australian cuisine. The ship’s menus are also destination inspired and feature the very best of locally sourced ingredients.
Signature dishes might include the revered barramundi, mud crabs cooked on the beach at sunset and, Spanish mackerel served as sashimi in the ship’s lounge.
Whilst cruising in the Kimberley, hometown highlights can include delicious mangrove jack and finger-mark bream, seasonal yellow-fin tuna, Yeeda estate beef, more than 20 different varieties of Kimberley honey and mangos from Broome, West Australian lamb and Margret River black pig.
If you’re looking for experienced and knowledgeable fishing instructors look no further than the guides aboard the True North. Regardless of whether you are a beginner or an ‘expert’, you will benefit from our ‘local’ knowledge ensuring unequalled opportunity from the remote Kimberley to untouched West Papua and the rarely fished islands of the Eyre Peninsula.
Adding yet another dimension to adventure, most cruise itineraries on the True North also feature an onboard helicopter!
Carrying guests in air conditioned comfort, the ship’s helicopter provides unique opportunity to witness grandeur; unique opportunity to fish billabongs that have never been fished; unique opportunity to discover your very own wilderness! Now it’s not uncommon for the guests to embark with some uncertainty about flying in a helicopter – however it’s always a different story when the time comes for disembarkation.
Ask about the True North's ‘heli-picnics’ - these are an unforgettable way to enjoy the quintessential Aussie barbeque!
Additional charges apply
Your cruise aboard the magnificent True North will feature specialist guides and a naturalist. The ship’s naturalist will present entertaining and engaging interpretative sessions within the wilderness area of exploration. Every cruise aboard True North presents an exclusive opportunity to travel with our highly respected experts. They will present a full and exciting commentary on art, culture, history, flora and fauna of the Kimberley region, West Papua & Papua New Guinea as well as other stunning destinations along the Australian coastline.