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The 50-passenger expedition ship 'Spirit of Enderby' visits Papua New Guinea every October and April on expedition-style voyages.  They navigate waterways using the ship and inflatable zodiacs to visit out-of-the-way islands and communities in expedition-style travel.  Main focus of voyages and the daily landings are cultural, wildlife, hiking and underwater snorkeling experiences.  Lectures onboard unpack experiences for those onboard.  They visit some of the more difficult to get to island locations.
 
The 50-passenger expedition ship 'Spirit of Enderby' visits Papua New Guinea every October and April on expedition-style voyages.  They navigate waterways using the ship and inflatable zodiacs to visit out-of-the-way islands and communities in expedition-style travel.  Main focus of voyages and the daily landings are cultural, wildlife, hiking and underwater snorkeling experiences.  Lectures onboard unpack experiences for those onboard.  They visit some of the more difficult to get to island locations.
 
Some of Papua New Guinea's most remote islands and areas including Mussa Island, Kavieng, Rabaual, Nissan Island, the Trobriand Islands, D'Entrecasteaux, Arawe, Tuam and Umboi Islands can be accessed by Heritage Expeditions expedition ship.
 
  
 
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