Diversity Charters – Packing Guides

Kimberley Packing Guide

Packing Guide

The Kimberley Region boasts a tropical climate that averages between 28-33C during the day, but can be cool in the evenings.  Daily excursions are adventure based, so we recommend comfortable active wear and appropriate footwear. Casual resort attire is suggested for the evenings.

Packing List

Please pack lightly (strictly 10kg maximum for 9 day Cruises) into one soft luggage bag each.  The stewardess offers a complimentary laundry service on board, so please pack lightly.  Shampoo, conditioner, body wash sunscreen and insect repellent are all provided on board.

  • Short sleeve tops and shirts
  • Comfortable shorts and lightweight trousers
  • Long sleeve cotton shirt for sun protection
  • Lightweight jumper
  • Bathers, sarong and beachwear
  • Reef shoes
  • Thongs or sandals for on-board
  • Wide brim hat (chin strap recommended)
  • Sunglasses
  • Personal toiletries and hygiene products
  • Prescription drugs and medications
  • Zinc, and chapstick
  • Drink bottle

First Aid Kit

We have a full first aid kit on-board, but please ensure you bring all personal medications that you may require with you.

Optional Items

If weight permitting  you may like to bring some of the below items:

  • Binoculars
  • Camera (disposable water camera for waterfalls recommended)
  • Fishing equipment (all equipment is provided; however you may wish to bring your favourite lure)

Electronics

There are standard power points (240 volts) and extension leads in each cabin for recharging your electronics. Hair dryers are provided in each cabin.

Communications

Due to the remote location, internet is not available. A satellite phone is available for emergencies

Rowley Shoals Packing Guide

Packing Guide- Rowley Shoals

The Kimberley Region boasts a tropical climate that averages between 28-33C during the day, but can be cool in the evenings.  Daily excursions are adventure based, so we recommend comfortable active wear and appropriate footwear. Casual resort attire is suggested for the evenings.

Packing List

Please pack lightly (strictly 10k-15kg maximum) into one soft luggage bag each.  The stewardess offers a complimentary laundry service on board, so please pack lightly.  Shampoo, conditioner, body wash sunscreen and insect repellent are all provided on board. Linen and towels (including beach towels) are included.

  • Short sleeve tops and shirts
  • Comfortable shorts and lightweight trousers
  • Long sleeve cotton shirt for sun protection
  • Lightweight jumper
  • Bathers, sarong and beachwear
  • Reef shoes
  • Thongs or sandals for on-board
  • Wide brim hat (chin strap recommended)
  • Sunglasses
  • Personal toiletries and hygiene products
  • Prescription drugs and medications
  • Zinc, and chapstick
  • Drink bottle

Diving/Snorkelling Equipment

The water is fairly warm, however we recommend a light “Spring” wetsuit for snorkelling and diving. Guests will need to hire/ supply ALL of your own diving/scuba equipment except for tanks and weights (we do not have the belts we only have weights).

First Aid Kit

We have a full first aid kit on-board, but please ensure you bring all personal medications that you may require with you.

Optional Items

If weight permitting (maximum baggage is 10kg) you may like to bring some of the below items:

  • Binoculars
  • Camera (disposable water camera for waterfalls recommended)
  • Fishing equipment (all equipment is provided; however you may wish to bring your favourite lure).

Electronics

There are standard power points (240 volts) and extension leads in each cabin for recharging your electronics. Hair dryers are provided in each cabin.

Communications

Due to the remote location, internet is not available. A satellite phone is available for emergencies

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