56 nætter fra Darwin, Australien med Seabourn Pursuit

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Sejlplan Darwin, Australien / Agats, Indonesien / Misool, Indonesien / Gam Island, Indonesien / Kri Island, Indonesia / Manokwari, Indonesia / Cenderawasih Bay / Cenderawasih Bay / Jayapura / Vanimo / Garove Island, Papa Ny Guinea / Rabaul / Gizo, Solomon Islands / Honiara, Salamonøerne / Vanikoro / Ambryn Islands, Vanuatu / Lautoka, Fiji / Kadavu, Fiji / Vulaga, Fiji / Pangai, Ha'apai Group / Nukupule Island, Ha'apai Group / Vava'u, Tonga / Cross International Dateline / Apia, Samoa / Alofi, Niue / Aitutaki, Cook Øerne / Raiatea, Society Islands, French Polynesia / Huahine / Papeete, Fransk Polynesien / Anaa, French Polynesia / Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia / Adamstown, Pitcairn Island / Henderson Island, Pitcairn / Ducie Island / Easter Island, Chile / Easter Island, Chile / Selkirk Island, Chile / Isla Robinson Crusoe / San Antonio, Chile

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04-09-2025

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04-09-2025
Darwin, Australien
17.00

Darwin, der er hovedstad i Australiens enorme, men tyndt befolkede “Northern Territory”, er vokset fra at være en passage til Sydøstasien, til at være en af landets mest moderne og tropiske byer. Byen kan prale med kilometervis af uberørte strande som Casuarina Beach og Mindil Beach, hvor det er muligt at fiske efter regionens ikoniske fisk “barramundi”. Oplev også et væld af parker og haver så som George Brown Darwin Botanic Gardens, Knuckey Lagoons Conservation Reserve, Charles Darwin National Park, Bicentennial Park og Jingili Water Gardens. Darwin er også hjemsted for Kakadu National Park, der er på verdensarvslisten. Parken er en kombination af frodige regnskove, vådområde, dyreliv og en guldgrube af “aboriginalsk” klippekunst. Besøg det smarte Cullen Bay Marina, sejl forbi krokodiller på Adelaide River og få smag for byens lækre, multikulturelle mix ved Mindil Beach Sunset Markets.

05-09-2025
Til havs
06-09-2025
Til havs
07-09-2025
Agats, Indonesien
08.00
16.00
08-09-2025
Til havs
09-09-2025
Til havs
10-09-2025
Misool, Indonesien
08.00
18.00
11-09-2025
Gam Island, Indonesien
04.00
16.00
11-09-2025
Kri Island, Indonesia
18.00
12-09-2025
Manokwari, Indonesia
20.00
13-09-2025
Cenderawasih Bay
14-09-2025
Cenderawasih Bay
15-09-2025
Jayapura
10.00
23.00
16-09-2025
Vanimo
08.00
16.00
17-09-2025
Til havs
18-09-2025
Garove Island, Papa Ny Guinea
08.00
17.00
19-09-2025
Til havs
19-09-2025
Rabaul
08.00
16.00
20-09-2025
Til havs
21-09-2025
Gizo, Solomon Islands
22-09-2025
Honiara, Salamonøerne
08.00
18.00

The Solomon Islands is a sovereign nation consisting of multiple island groups, scattered in the South Pacific east of Papua New Guinea. Its capital is Honiara, on the island of Guadalcanal. Many of the outlying islands in the nation are relatively untouched, but Honiara is a busier hub of international commerce. The islands’ recent history is scarred by the desperate battles fought between the Japanese and American forces during World War II. In 1942, the Japanese launched their last great land offensive in the islands, which culminated in the Battle of Henderson Field fought at Honiara. Of the estimated 36,000 Japanese troops on Guadalcanal at the beginning, only 1,000 survived, the rest having either been killed directly, or succumbed to disease and starvation. Ghostly evidence of this horrific warfare dots the island, and it is memorialized at the American Memorial overlooking the town and at a smaller Solomons Peace Memorial erected by the Japanese outside the city. On a lighter note, traditional arts and crafts are on display at the National Museum, which also boasts a display of eight traditional Melanesian houses from various parts of the country. Behind the museum is a cultural center. Above town there is a pleasant botanical garden, and the bustling Central Market is a great place to get a feel for everyday life in Honiara. Although English is the official language, only a small percentage of Solomonese speak it. The common language is Pijin.

23-09-2025
Til havs
24-09-2025
Vanikoro
08.00
16.00
25-09-2025
Ambryn Islands, Vanuatu
08.00
19.00
26-09-2025
Til havs
27-09-2025
Lautoka, Fiji
08.00
19.00

A major seaport, Fiji’s second-largest city, Lautoka is the main center of the sugar and timber industries. Towering royal palms march in a long, orderly row from the main street to the harbor and into the heart of the city. Although Lautoka grew up around the Fijan village of Namoli, it is a very Indian town today.

28-09-2025
Kadavu, Fiji
08.00
16.00
29-09-2025
Vulaga, Fiji
08.00
16.00
30-09-2025
Pangai, Ha'apai Group
08.00
13.00
30-09-2025
Nukupule Island, Ha'apai Group
19.00
01-10-2025
Vava'u, Tonga
08.00
17.00

Vavaʻu is the island group of one large island and 40 smaller ones in Tonga. It is part of Vavaʻu District which includes several other individual islands. According to tradition the Maui god finished up both Tongatapu and Vavaʻu, but put a little more effort into the former.

02-10-2025
Til havs
03-10-2025
Cross International Dateline
03-10-2025
Til havs
03-10-2025
Apia, Samoa
09.00

A total of sixteen islands comprise the Samoas, considered to be the heart of Polynesia. It was from these islands that early Polynesians sailed to populate other Pacific Islands. Today this chain of islands is divided into two political units – the U.S. Territory of American Samoa and the independent country of Western Samoa. Much of the charm of the Samoas lies in the simple village life and the friendly people, combined with a striking landscape of soaring mountain peaks, rugged coastlines, white sandy beaches and tropical rainforests rich in flowering plants. Western Samoa consists of a total of nine islands with the two main ones, Savi’i and Upolo, separated by a narrow strait. The country’s capital Apia, resembling an old South Seas port during the early trading days, perches on the north coast of Upolo. Colonial-style wooden buildings and churches line the tree-shaded main street that curves around the harbor. The primary attractions include Parliament House, the village green, Independence Monument and the former home of Robert Louis Stevenson, now the residence of Western Samoa’s head of state. A trip around the island passes mile after mile of stunning landscape, interspersed with tumbling waterfalls, breathtaking views, tiny villages, and coconut and cocoa plantations.

04-10-2025
Alofi, Niue
07.00
15.00

Alofi is the capital of the Pacific Ocean island nation of Niue. With a population of 597 in 2017, Alofi has the distinction of being the second smallest national capital city in terms of population. It consists of the two villages: Alofi North and Alofi South where the government headquarters are located.

05-10-2025
Til havs
06-10-2025
Aitutaki, Cook Øerne
08.00
17.00
07-10-2025
Til havs
08-10-2025
Raiatea, Society Islands, French Polynesia
09.00

The second-largest of the Society Islands is practically twinned with its neighbor Taha’a. Actually they are connected by a reef in the same lagoon and may have been one island in the past. The main town, Uturoa is where most of the population lives. It’s lively, although no competition for Tahiti. Called the Sacred Island, Raiatea’s name means “bright sky,” and it was probably the first human community in the islands. The ancient sacred site of Taputapuatea is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and may have been the place from which Polynesian migrations to Hawaii, the Cook Islands, New Zealand and the rest of the South Pacific started. Although less touristed than Tahiti, caring for visitors has grown in importance. Agriculture is mainly given over to coconuts, pineapples and vanilla. Vanilla orchids are hand-pollinated, since Raiatea has no insect pollinators for vanilla blossoms. South Seas pearls are farmed in the lagoon in various colors. A hike up Mt. Tapioi rewards with stunning views of the lagoon and sea, and tall Bora Bora on the far horizon. Another favorite hike leads to the island’s three waterfalls. The tallest peak, Mt. Temehani, is the place to look for the unique, five-petaled Tiare Apetahi flowers that grow nowhere else. The lagoon is dotted with tiny motus, which are mostly coral sand beach, and are popular for castaway swimming and snorkeling adventures.

09-10-2025
Huahine
07.00
17.00
10-10-2025
Papeete, Fransk Polynesien
07.00

Papeete er hovedstaden i Fransk Polynesien, og ligger på Tahiti. På Tahiti kan du slappe af på de unikke sorte sandstrande og nyde de frodige regnskove og floder.

11-10-2025
Anaa, French Polynesia
12.00
18.00
12-10-2025
Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia
07.00

The 77 Tuamotus, (the name means “Distant Islands” in Polynesian) comprise the largest chain of coral atolls on earth. They sprawl across the vast blue South Pacific Ocean encompassing an area the size of Western Europe. Atolls are literally the skeletal remains of coral reefs, forming rings of crushed coral sand surrounding a shallow central lagoon. The natural flora and fauna of the Oceanic realm is adapted to this environment, and Fakarava’s large lagoon is designated by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve. The people of Fakarava farm coconuts for copra on shore and pearls in the lagoons. They also host the travelers who flock here to bask on the beaches and snorkel or dive in the luxuriant coral gardens along the shore. At the long spit of Les Sables Roses, the pink blush of the sand reveals its coral origin. The sleepy towns of Rotoava and Tetamanu offer scant attractions for visitors, except for their distinctive rock lighthouses shaped like stepped pyramids. Tetamanu does boast a 19th Century church built of coral rock by missionaries, and an adjoining cemetery with coral rock headstones. Aside from snorkeling or beach-basking, some visitors enjoy a visit to a lagoon pearl farm, to see how the large, flat bivalves are coaxed into creating the treasured gems formed by the lustrous nacre inside their shells.

13-10-2025
Til havs
14-10-2025
Til havs
15-10-2025
Til havs
16-10-2025
Adamstown, Pitcairn Island
07.00
17.00

Adamstown is the capital of, and the only settlement on, the Pitcairn Islands.

17-10-2025
Henderson Island, Pitcairn
07.00
18-10-2025
Ducie Island
08.00
16.00
19-10-2025
Til havs
20-10-2025
Til havs
21-10-2025
Easter Island, Chile
07.00
18.00

The southeastern-most point in the Polynesian Triangle, tiny Easter Island in the South Pacific is one of the most remote places on earth. Even more oddly, it belongs to Chile, which lies 3,700 miles away over the eastern horizon. In fact, a large slice of the island is Chile’s Rapa Nui National Park, preserving the sculptural heritage of the indigenous Rapa Nui people, whose ancestors carved the huge human effigies called moai that give the island its renown and earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status. These stylized sculptures stand on the slopes of the island, gazing implacably out to sea, often on stone platforms called ahu. They were apparently carved between the 13th and 16th centuries, for reasons that are debated. But the enigmatic effigies, the dramatic volcanic landscape, the Rapa Nui people themselves and the sheer isolation of the island combine to draw visitors from every corner of the globe to this speck in the world’s largest ocean.

22-10-2025
Easter Island, Chile

The southeastern-most point in the Polynesian Triangle, tiny Easter Island in the South Pacific is one of the most remote places on earth. Even more oddly, it belongs to Chile, which lies 3,700 miles away over the eastern horizon. In fact, a large slice of the island is Chile’s Rapa Nui National Park, preserving the sculptural heritage of the indigenous Rapa Nui people, whose ancestors carved the huge human effigies called moai that give the island its renown and earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status. These stylized sculptures stand on the slopes of the island, gazing implacably out to sea, often on stone platforms called ahu. They were apparently carved between the 13th and 16th centuries, for reasons that are debated. But the enigmatic effigies, the dramatic volcanic landscape, the Rapa Nui people themselves and the sheer isolation of the island combine to draw visitors from every corner of the globe to this speck in the world’s largest ocean.

23-10-2025
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24-10-2025
Til havs
25-10-2025
Til havs
26-10-2025
Til havs
27-10-2025
Selkirk Island, Chile
07.00
17.00
28-10-2025
Isla Robinson Crusoe
07.00
17.00
29-10-2025
Til havs
30-10-2025
San Antonio, Chile
07.00

This large, modern port serves Chile’s capital, Santiago, a city with Spanish colonial charm and a vivacious spirit. Encircled by the Andes and the Coastal Range, Santiago is centered around the Plaza de Armas, with several of the city’s landmarks: the 18th-century Metropolitan Cathedral the Palacio de la Real Audencia from 1808, the City Hall and the National Museum of History. North of San Antonio lie the picturesque old port and university town of Valparaíso and the colorful seaside resort of Viña del Mar. In between the coast and the capital are valleys filled with some of Chile’s most famous wineries, all inviting you to come and taste.

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