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Cruises visiting Rowley Shoals & all Rowley Shoals cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Rowley Shoals in the 2019-2021 seasons.

Future sailings will be shown here as they become available, and alternative ports in the region can be viewed at Australia Cruises. Please contact one of our cruise specialists today on 1800 121 187 if you require further assistance.

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The Rowley Shoals are located over 180 nautical miles west of Broome, Western Australia. The are a chain of three spectacular, pristine coral atolls, Mermaid Reef, Clerke Reef, Imperieuse Reef with a pair of small sandy islands - Bedwell and Cunningham. Perched on the edge of Australia's continental shelf, the shoals cover 80 square kilometers.

The Rowley Shoals rise dramatically from depths of 230 to 500m above the sea floor and offer some of the most spectacular underwater scenery found anywhere in Australia. It is a world-renowned dive site with pristine coral, giant clams and other shellfish and large and plentiful reef fish.

Because of their position at the edge of one of the widest continental shelves in the world, the oceanic waters surrounding these atolls are crystal clear and ideal for luxuriant coral growth. They are subjected to a high tidal range, with 4m+ tides, flowing into and out of the reefs. The ebb and flow of large volumes of water has helped to sculpt the reefs into dramatic formations.They support more than 600 species of fish, hump-back whales, manta rays, hammerhead sharks and other large reef species, and more than 200 species of coral. Due to their remoteness, their pristine condition has been impeccably preserved. So precious and unique are they, that they have been declared a marine reserve.