MV True North

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MV True North anchored off Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. January 2008. Photo:Roderick Eime
MV True North anchored off Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.
History
Name: MV True North
Owner: True North Adventure Cruises
Port of registry:  Australia
Builder: Austal shipyards in Fremantle, Western Australia
Acquired: March 2005
In service: 2005-onwards
General characteristics
Class and type: Expedition yacht
Tonnage: 740 GRT
Length: 50 m (over all)
Beam: 10 m
Draft: 2.2 m
Decks: 3
Speed: 14 knots
Capacity: 36 passengers
Crew: 18 crew

MV True North is an expedition yacht operating predominantly in Western Australia's north west.

Each year, she does one circumnavigation of Australia offering exclusive, luxury expeditions in Papua New Guinea, The Kimberley, Indonesia, Sydney, and South Australia.

She was built at Austal shipyards in Fremantle, Western Australia, and delivered to its owners, Broome-based North Star Cruises, in March 2005.

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