The Duke of York Islands, part of the Bismark Archipelago, are a small group of low-lying islands located within the St George's Channel - the narrow stretch of water that separates the large islands of New Britain and New Ireland in Papua New Guinea. The islands form a tight cluster consisting of three main islands and 11 smaller islands. The main islands include: Duke of York Island, Kabakon, Kerawara, Makada, Mioko and Ulu. They are of great spiritual significance to their inhabitants. WWII wrecks litter the surrounding reefs.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.