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CABIN UPDATE 

  • Standard Suite – SOLD OUT
  • Superior Suite
  • Premium Suite – 2 remaining
  • Deluxe Balcony Suite
  • Premium Balcony Suite
  • Owner’s Corner Suite – 1 remaining
  • Standard Suite Forward (SINGLE) – 2 remaining


Join Unconventional Conventions for a medical conference onboard APT’s 12 Day Tasmania and South Australia Expedition. Cruise from Hobart to Adelaide on the Australian owned and operated small ship; MS Caledonian Sky.

  • Exclusive departure for Unconventional Conventions’ clients
  • Limited to 99 passengers
  • Explore Freycinet National Park
  • Visit Cradle Mountain
  • Cruise to Kangaroo Island
  • Taste fresh-from-the-ocean oysters in Coffin Bay
  • Enjoy lunch and a wine tasting at St Hugo in the Barossa Valley

“Tasmania is the greatest place on earth. You have to visit.”

– Every Tasmanian

Ready your sea legs as we get set for a small-ship expedition to explore the spoils of Tasmania and South Australia. This 12-day luxury cruise, partnering with APT, lifts the lid on some of southern Australia’s most captivating natural and cultural wonders. Starting in Hobart, the cruise takes you to the foreboding shores of Port Arthur penal settlement, before sailing up Tasmania’s spectacular east coast to Freycinet National Park and the Tamar Valley, culminating in a visit to the magnificent Cradle Mountain-Lake Sinclair National Park. From the north coast, we depart Tasmania, sailing to Kangaroo Island, a mecca for nature and wildlife lovers, before dropping anchor at Coffin Bay and Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula. The cruise ends in Adelaide but the adventure doesn’t, as we step ashore to explore the Adelaide Hills and the Barossa Valley’s wine-producing heartland.

This is a boutique Tasmania and South Australia itinerary – with the thrill and luxury of exploring the twin states by sea. Sink your toes in sugar-white sand at Wineglass Bay, see 350kg sea lions on Kangaroo Island, taste oysters fresh from the ocean at Coffin Bay and replenish your wine rack in the Barossa. Return to the ship each night to enjoy luxurious hospitality aboard the MS Caledonian Sky, with its elegant staterooms, sun-drenched decks and delectable cuisine.

 

 

 

 

 

Academic program.

Medical Conference

(Dentists and other health professionals are welcome to attend)

The conference program is currently being finalised. 

Current Academic Advisory Committee members

  • Dr Margot Cunich – Co-ordinator
  • Professor Claire Jackson
  • Dr James Cafaro
  • Dr Alan Giles
  • Dr Jayne Ingham

Travel Program.

Dates

Join us on APT’s 12 Day Tasmania and South Australia Expedition. Cruise from Hobart to Adelaide on the small ship MS Caledonian Sky. Visit Freycinet National Park and Kangaroo Island. Sample oysters at Coffin Bay and enjoy lunch and wine tasting in the Barossa Valley.

Ship Details.

MS Caledonian Sky

Australian Pacific Touring’s award-winning expedition ship, the MS Caledonian Sky. The advantages of cruising on this intimate vessel are numerous, from smaller group sizes on included Zodiac excursions to no queuing when you disembark in port. Plus, we venture where huge passenger ships can’t, providing far greater potential for adventure.

Cabins.

APT’s award-winning expedition ship, the MS Caledonian Sky has exquisite cabins that are 25% larger than any other ship of compatible size. The ship’s capacity is strictly limited to 99 passengers.

Select from 6 categories of recently refurbished cabins spread across 4 cabin decks.

CABIN UPDATE 3 October 2021

  • Standard Suite – SOLD OUT
  • Superior Suite
  • Premium Suite
  • Deluxe Balcony Suite
  • Premium Balcony Suite
  • Owner’s Corner Suite – 1 remaining
  • Standard Suite Forward (SINGLE) – 3 Available

 

Costs and Registration.

These iconic destinations have frequently been requested by our clients over the years, and are in higher demand due to the uncertainty of international travel. We anticipate the spaces will fill quickly, so register now to avoid disappointment.

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