Unreel Adventure Safaris
Tours Buccaneer Archipelago
Small Group Kimberley Fishing and Coastal Wilderness Adventures and Rowley Shoals diving and fishing expeditions
Join us aboard MV King Tide for small group coastal wilderness adventures in the untouched Kimberley region. All cruises depart Broome then to/from Derby, the gateway to the magnificent Buccaneer Archipelago. Cruises can be tailored to suite your individual interests and include such activities as bushwalking, exploring gorges, crabbing, oyster collecting, swimming in magnificent water holes and discovering ancient rock art sites.
Fishing is our speciality. Our two fast and stable 6m expedition tenders, Crusty and Wanderer are always at your disposal, with your own expert fishing guide to accompany you. Fish as little or as much as you like.
The 16.5m King Tide boasts a large deck with a spacious cabin and plenty of space to relax and soak up your magnificent surrounds. We accommodate up to 10 guests in private quarters with shared bathroom facilities.
Our onboard cook prepares an array of delicious meals, using freshly sourced produce and hopefully the catch of the day.
22 Knowsley Street East, Derby WA 6728, Australia
We will pick you up from your accommodation in Broome and transfer you to Derby on a private bus charter to Derby jetty to board MV King Tide, then on the last day of your charter you will enjoy a scenic flight back to Broome from Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm and back to your accommodation in Broome, or visa versa.
Cancellation within 90 days prior to departure or if passengers fail to arrive – the total value prepaid for the reservation is forfeited. The non-refundable/cancellation fees can be claimed from your travel insurance policy under the terms of that policy for certain conditions.
TRAVEL AND MEDICAL INSURANCE
Unreel Adventure Safaris strongly recommends passengers arrange suitable cancellation insurance at time of booking. This acts as protection from any circumstance which may force you to cancel or leave an expedition whilst it is in progress. Unreel Adventure Safaris accepts no responsibility for the actions of any carrier that results in the purchaser not meeting a booking condition or deadline. Please enquire about our recommended “Suresave’ Travel insurance and we can forward details to you.
CRUISE CHANGES DELAYS OR CANCELLATIONS
If the carrier cancels the Cruise for operational reasons the carrier will refund the fare paid and if the departure of a Cruise is delayed or if the Cruise itinerary is shortened for any other reason the carrier will refund part of the fare paid on a pro rata basis to allow for the time lost. The carrier of this cruise will endeavour to follow the cruise itinerary as described in the brochure and the passenger accepts that the carrier has the right to change the itinerary the vessel or cancel the Cruise as a result of some Unexpected Event or prevailing inclement weather conditions and the passenger accepts that the passenger may not be entitled to any compensation or refund of the fare paid should this occur. Cruise departure/arrival times are approximate and can vary due to tides weather etc. Please keep this in mind when booking any flights in or out.
Unreel Adventure Safaris provides adventure expeditions and cruises and as such the passengers may face dangers and discomfort.
Should this happen each passenger should be prepared for and accept the risks involved with a trip of this nature. While all due care is taken by the carrier to avoid unnecessary risks it is the passenger’s ultimate responsibility for damages or loss of personal property or any illness death or injury. The carrier does not accept liability for losses costs or expenses suffered as a delay in delivery of services. The carrier does not accept liability for any breach of contract resulting from or caused by force nature natural disaster act of God or unforeseen circumstances.
MEDICAL & RISKS
We strongly advise that you arrange comprehensive travel cancellation and medical insurance at the time of booking. Passengers with any medical conditions should make them aware to the company at least seven days prior to departure or at the time of booking. Medical ailments or accidents during the trip should be reported to the Captain immediately. Emergency evacuation is available for severe medical reasons at the customer’s expense and claimable by many travel insurance companies as long as it is not a pre-existing medical condition (unless the insurance company has pre-approved such).
PASSENGER HEALTH AND RESPONSIBILITY
The passenger admits a full understanding of the nature and character of the vessel and the scope of the activities contemplated by the passenger during the Cruise (including those relating to off-vessel activities such as excursions in the vessel tenders snorkelling and diving) and assures and undertakes to the carrier: -
• That they are in good health and will be able to undertake the Cruise and the contemplated activities;
• That they will effect travel insurance sufficient to cover and limitation of liability against the Operator;
• That they accept the risk that they may suffer from sea sickness;
• That they have disclosed any physical or mental disability requiring special attention or treatment at the time when the reservation for the Cruise was made;
• That the passenger accepts that a medical certificate certifying fitness for travel may be required at the Carrier’s request and if any passenger has had surgery less than three months prior to sailing that passenger must submit a letter from a qualified physician stating that he or she is fit to travel. The Carrier reserves the right to deny passage if a passenger requires care and attention which the carrier cannot adequately provide and this decision may be made by the Carrier in its sole discretion;
• Any charges incurred by passengers for medical reasons including but not limited to physicians surgeons hospitals off vessel accommodation medication diagnostic facilities air ambulance evacuation or ground ambulance shall be the sole responsibility of the passenger;
• For the safety and comfort of all passengers smoking is not permitted in the vessel except on open deck spaces;
• And the passenger agrees to indemnify the Carrier from and against all claims costs charges and fines or penalties arising as a result of any claim made against the carrier in this respect.
LIMITATION OF CARRIER’S LIABILITY
The liability of the carrier to the passenger is limited with respect to both personal injury and damage to loss of property to the full extent permitted by law and in terms of these cruise booking conditions. The Carrier accepts no responsibility of liability to the passenger for loss death or delay of or injury to any passenger. These cruise booking conditions remain in effect for all periods when the Carrier is under any responsibility to the passenger or the passenger’s property.
All baggage brought on board the vessel by a passenger remains in the possession and control of the passenger during the cruise and must be stored and kept in the cabin allocated to the passenger. Clients will be given advice on what to bring and the weight restrictions of luggage. All baggage should be clearly labelled with the name of the passenger. No dangerous or flammable substance including any prohibited drug or non-prescribed drug. The Carrier is not responsible for baggage money jewellery documents and any other valuables which passengers keep on their person in their cabins or in their baggage. The Carrier does not accept responsibility for any loss damage or delay to a passenger’s baggage personal effects or other property arising from or caused by an unexpected event. The Carrier strongly recommends that passengers obtain adequate insurance to cover any loss or damage in this respect.
The Unreel Adventure Safaris and your chosen cruise vessel will not be liable to passengers for any injury or damage which occur during recreational activities. This includes those activities both on and off the main vessel and associated tenders.