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Crystal Endeavor 2020
TASMANIA - THE FJORDSOF NEW ZEALAND
November 14-28 2020 - 14 Days
SYDNEY TO CHRISTCHURCH

7 Seas Luxury Cruises Crystal Endeavor  2020 SYDNEY TO CHRISTCHURCH

LANDS OF TASMANIA This journey dives deep into the culture of New Zealand and its wilder side, visiting virtually every one of the country’s remarkable fjords and sounds. Discover diverse landscapes and remote shorelines, spending six full days exploring the wild lands of Tasmania. From panoramic helicopter expeditions over glacial terrains, rugged hikes through Fjordland National Park and world-class wine tasting in Marlborough, each stop in this voyage is a chance to discover what lies deep within these unparalleled landscapes.
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DAY 01 - SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

EMBARK – 

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

Sydney is an energetic and exciting metropolis whose nightlife, shopping and fine restaurants compare favorably with the finest the world has to offer. Despite its modern advances, Sydney has lovingly cherished its heritage, for this was the birthplace of the Australian nation, defined by the billowing profile of the Opera House and the dramatic arch of the Harbour Bridge.

DAY 02 - CRUISING THE COAST OF AUSTRALIA

DAY AT SEA

Aboard the world’s largest and most spacious luxury expedition yacht, you’ll find an array of unmatched experiences to immerse in during your days at sea. Indulge your senses at the serene Crystal Life Spa & Salon, work-out at our state-of-the-art fitness center, and learn about art, history and worldly destinations with our engaging enrichment programs. Or simply lounge poolside in solarium bliss while our attentive crew caters to your every whim. As evening arrives, indulge in the renowned culinary creations of Nobu Matsuhisa, enjoy special wine-makers dinners, lounge in luxurious spaces, or try your luck at the action-packed Resorts World At Sea Casino.

DAY 03 - KING ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

MORNING

KING ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

Located in the middle of the Bass Strait off the northwest coast of Tasmania, surrounded by a rugged coastline, King Island – or “KI” as the locals call it – enjoys a reputation as home to fabulously fresh seafood as well as some of the world’s cleanest air. Great nature walks reveal the island’s famously good produce, culture and unique wildlife, including the elusive platypus and rare orange-billed parrots. Kite surfers, wave riders and scuba divers the world over are drawn here to play.

DAY 04 - FLINDERS ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

MORNING

FLINDERS ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

Natural treasures abound at Australia’s Flinders Island. Located in the sparkling clear waters of the Coral Sea, the collection of tiny cays, atolls and lagoons are perfect for snorkeling and diving. Their amazing coral gardens teem with life, from tiny sea slugs and green turtles to tiger sharks and stingrays. During the sea’s low tide, the cays offer a convenient rest stop for a variety of seabirds.

DAY 05 - WINEGLASS BAY, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

MORNING

WINEGLASS BAY, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

One of the world’s most breathtaking beaches, secluded Wineglass Bay, sits on Freysinet Peninsula on the east coast of Tasmania, Australia. Its azure waters and crescent-shaped, dazzling white sands are fringed by forested granite peaks. The bay is a gateway to beautiful Freycinet National Park. This haven for hikers, swimmers and snorkelers pleases nature lovers with an abundance of varied wildlife, including wallabies, brown falcons, white-bellied sea eagles, and more.

DAY 05-06 - COLES BAY, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

AFTERNOON

COLES BAY, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

On the spectacular east coast of Tasmania, nestled snuggly at the base of the pink-granite mountains known as the Hazards, is Coles Bay. Bordering magnificent Freycinet National Park, the bay offers access to an enchanted land of natural wonders. Pristine beaches and bird-filled lagoons beckon to swimmers and hikers. Chance encounters with a wombat or wallaby are among the park’s delights, as are sightings of large yellow-tailed black cockatoos, white-bellied sea eagles, and much more.

DAY 06 - MARIA ISLAND, TASMANIA , AUSTRALIA

MORNING

MARIA ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

Set within the turquoise waters of the Tasman Sea, Maria Island hosts an idyllic national park and jaw-dropping painted cliffs. The mountainous island, formerly a penal colony, became known as Tasmania’s Noah’s Ark in the 1960s when it welcomed a number of imperiled Australian species needing protection. More than 125 bird species are found here, including emus and endangered swift parrots and forty-spotted pardalotes. Its diverse wildlife also includes bare-nosed wombats, eastern grey kangaroos, red-necked wallabies and ring-tailed possums.

DAY 07 - BRUNY ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

MORNING

BRUNY ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

Renowned for its rugged natural beauty, Australia’s Bruny Island is a hot spot for nature lovers and history enthusiasts. The island, essentially two land masses connected by a narrow sandy isthmus, is home to seals, little blue penguins, rare white wallabies and a large colony of the endangered forty-spotted pardalote, one of Australia’s rarest birds. Its Adventure Bay figures prominently in the history of European explorers such as James Cook, Abel Tasman and others who anchored in the bay during the course of their adventures.

DAY 07-08 - HOBART, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

EVENING

BRUNY ISLAND, TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA

Renowned for its rugged natural beauty, Australia’s Bruny Island is a hot spot for nature lovers and history enthusiasts. The island, essentially two land masses connected by a narrow sandy isthmus, is home to seals, little blue penguins, rare white wallabies and a large colony of the endangered forty-spotted pardalote, one of Australia’s rarest birds. Its Adventure Bay figures prominently in the history of European explorers such as James Cook, Abel Tasman and others who anchored in the bay during the course of their adventures.

DAY 09-10 - CRUISING THE TASMAN SEA

DAY AT SEA

Aboard the world’s largest and most spacious luxury expedition yacht, you’ll find an array of unmatched experiences to immerse in during your days at sea. Indulge your senses at the serene Crystal Life Spa & Salon, work-out at our state-of-the-art fitness center, and learn about art, history and worldly destinations with our engaging enrichment programs. Or simply lounge poolside in solarium bliss while our attentive crew caters to your every whim. As evening arrives, indulge in the renowned culinary creations of Nobu Matsuhisa, enjoy special wine-makers dinners, lounge in luxurious spaces, or try your luck at the action-packed Resorts World At Sea Casino.

DAY 11 - MILFORD SOUND, NEW ZEALAND

MORNING

MILFORD SOUND, NEW ZEALAND

Majestic peaks reaching toward the sky and white-plumed waterfalls cascading down forested cliffs into pristine waters make Milford Sound the undisputed jewel of New Zealand’s World Heritage-listed Fiordland National Park. Not surprisingly, the Maori believed the sound was carved by a divine stonemason. Its spectacular beauty is complemented by an abundance of amazing wildlife, including dolphins, seals and penguins.

AFTERNOON

DOUBTFUL SOUND, NEW ZEALAND

A secluded waterway nestled within New Zealand’s World Heritage-listed Fiordland National Park, Doubtful Sound is known as the “Sound of Silence.” Long, winding and steeped in majestic serenity, it’s the perfect setting for unforgettable scenic cruising. At nearly 1,400 feet deep, it is the deepest of the park’s channels. Several impressive waterfalls can be spotted here, along with bottlenose dolphins, New Zealand fur seals and Fiordland crested penguins.

DAY 11-12 - DUSKY SOUND

EVENING

DUSKY SOUND, NEW ZEALAND

In the 18th century, on his second expedition, British navigator James Cook spent several weeks exploring Dusky Sound. It’s one of the largest fjords in New Zealand’s World Heritage-listed Fiordland National Park. A number of large islands lie within its waters, while cascading waterfalls dot its steep, forested cliffs. Dolphins, whales, seals and an array of seabirds, including penguins, are often sighted in this wonderland of nature.

DAY 12 - BLUFF, NEW ZEALAND

AFTERNOON

BLUFF, NEW ZEALAND

The historic town of Bluff is situated in Southland, on the scenic southern coastal tip of New Zealand’s South Island. Dominated by Bluff Hill, an extinct volcanic cone, the windswept port is renowned for its annual oyster festival. Home to the Bluff Maritime Museum, the town claims to be the oldest European settlement in New Zealand. Roughly 20 miles north, in Invercargill, are two impressive private motoring museums, Bill Richardson Transport World and Classic Motorcycle Mecca.

DAY 12-13 - STEWART ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND

EVENING

STEWART ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND

Stewart Island sits at the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island, just south of the Foveaux Strait. This mostly undiscovered eco-tourism gem is home to golden beaches, sparkling bays and lushly forested hills, providing the perfect setting for nature hikes and wildlife sightings. Across from Golden Bay sits Ulva Island, an unspoiled haven for birds — and bird watchers — where colorful parakeets and parrots fly about the forest canopy. Kiwis, wekas, saddlebacks and yellowheads also call this sanctuary home.

DAY 14 - DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND

MORNING

DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND

The charismatic city of Dunedin lies in southeastern New Zealand, at the head of Otago Harbor on South Island. Its name means Edinburgh in Gaelic and to this day it has retained enduring reminders of its Scottish roots. Adorning the streets of Dunedin is a wealth of Victorian and Edwardian buildings, richly festooned with spires, gables and gargoyles. The rolling hills, pristine beaches and secluded bays of the adjacent Otago Peninsula are home to albatrosses, sea lions and yellow-eyed penguins.

DISEMBARK - CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

MORNING

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND

The historic port of Lyttelton serves as the gateway to Christchurch, the largest city on New Zealand’s South Island. Traditionally considered the most English of New Zealand’s cities, there is much to explore in vibrant Christchurch, from its neo-Gothic stone buildings and beautiful botanical gardens, to its picturesque Avon River lined by graceful willows. Further afar, the Canterbury Plains, snow-capped Southern Alps and numerous rivers beckon with their enchanting beauty and wildlife.

 

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