Caledonian Sky returns to Batemans Bay
Tuesday 29 October 2019
Eurobodalla will welcome passengers from the Caledonian Sky on Thursday 31 October.
This will be the cruise ship’s second visit to Batemans Bay, part of a regional strategy to increase visits by the smaller cruise ships by the Ports Authority of NSW and supported by Eurobodalla Council.
Having departed from Cairns on Wednesday 9 October, Caledonian Sky is on 24-night expedition along the Australian coast, and is destined to reach Melbourne on Saturday 2 November. Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes said the ship had around 85 passengers and 79 crew.
“It’s a fantastic start to the shire’s summer season,” Clr Innes said, “I hope everyone joins me in welcoming visitors from the Caledonian Sky to our shores,” Clr Innes said.
“They’ll disembark using zodiacs to arrive at the Hanging Rock boat ramp before continuing on their expedition programs, including trips to the Batemans Bay CBD or tours of Canberra and of the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden and Mogo Village.
“It’s another terrific opportunity to showcase the beautiful region we live in.”