Pearl Sea Coastal Cruises offer fishing expeditions, 4WD-cruise combo tours and extended wilderness cruises along the Kimberley coast in the remote corner of Western Australia – between Broome and Wyndham, way outback.
As a small vessel operator, the company specialises in small groups up to 18 guests, providing comfortable, well-appointed surroundings and intimate experiences aboard its purpose-built, 25 m, luxury expedition boat, Kimberley Quest II.
Its small size enables the ship to cruise where larger vessels struggle, allowing access to many remote and untouched places. The ship is equipped with three excursion tenders to explore, including a helipad used for optional scenic helicopter flights.
With a crew of six and only18 guests, passengers appreciate a supreme level of service and enjoy a more individualised experience.“We offer personalised service that only a small family company can. Our quest adventure itineraries will take you through the unforgettable Kimberley, and to some of its amazing icons like Horizontal Waterfall and Mitchell Falls. Guests swim in fresh water holes, visit historical art sites, fish for the elusive barramundi and wonder at untouched gorges.”
As you step aboard with a small number of like-minded travellers, you will be treated to a voyage of discovery tailored to match your interests and fulfil your wish list, says the Rainbow Tourism Accredited operator of 18 award-winning years of exploring.
Rainbow Tourism Pick
The Kimberley By Land & Sea
13 days of comfort, camaraderie, fishing and awesome photography for the holiday album. Combines a 4WD adventure with a serene cruise along the breathtaking Kimberley coastline.
Journey through the most incredible sights by land with Kimberley Wilderness Adventures and by sea with Kimberley Quest II.
Explore ancient rock art, hike to historical sites, swim in fresh waterholes and have a go at landing the elusive barramundi.
Highlights: Kununurra, El Questro, two nights at the Bungle Bungles, Horizontal Waterfalls, Montgomery Reef, King Cascade waterfall and a helicopter flight over the Mitchell Falls!