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Cruises visiting Jensen Bay & all Jensen Bay cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Jensen Bay in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Jensen Bay is located in the northern part of Marchinbar Island, the largest island in the Wessel Islands, Northern Territory, Australia. The Wessel Islands are situated at the NE tip of Arnhem Land to the NE of Pt. Napier, 600 km east of Darwin. The island is long and narrow, 57 km long and maximally 8 km wide, just 210 area. The most northerly point of the island is called Low Point, while Sphinx Head is a site of conspicuous cliffs up to 67m high, about 16 km SSW of Low Point.

Two flat-topped hills south of Sphinx Head rise to a height of 79m. Indeed the entire east coast of the island is cliffy and high. Cruise ships dock at Fort Hill Wharf, about 2km from downtown Darwin. Marchinbar Island is a secluded island that is largely used for mining, but also boasts some fascinating rock art in the caves and overhangs around Jensen Bay. Less than 3% of the known flora on the islands is of introduced species, which is relatively low in both a regional and national context. The environments of these island groups are in good to near-pristine condition.

If you arrive on the island in the morning, the rising sun slowly rises over Jensen Bay. A low line of dunes rolls out towards a backdrop of hills. The landscape is framed by the skeletal remains of massive trees - a reminder that cyclones regularly whip through this windswept place. In the bay, shallow waters ripple over rocks and boulders, which give way to gentle beaches. Stretches of white sand conceal turtle nests and are cut by camouflaged creeks and crocodile tracks. After the first few euphoric hours ashore, choose what interests you the most.