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Enjoy fresh sea air and beautiful views as you sail to Rottnest Island on a privately charted yacht, fitting up to 12 people. Help to set the sails and steer the yacht or simply sit back and let the waves rejuvenate your soul. Take time to explore the island on foot and meet the friendly quokkas!
Sail to Rottnest Island in luxury, aboard a spacious 51 foot privately chartered yacht. Departing from Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, you're encouraged to help set the sails and have a turn steering the yacht to the destination. Enjoy 2-2.5 hours of beautiful cruising with the chance to sight dolphins and whales along the way. The cockpit and salon seating area comfortably seats 12, with the forward deck being an inspiring place to sit and let the wind and sound of the waves refresh your soul. When arriving at the island, the crew will tender you to the beach where you're free to explore until your heart's content. Walk around, swim, snorkel and take a selfie with the famous quokka! When it's time to journey back to Fremantle, make use of the yacht's outdoor and indoor showers for freshening up. Guests are welcome to bring their food and drinks or a ploughmans lunch and beverages can be supplied at an additional cost.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
This experience is valid for up to 12 people.
This experience is weather dependant. In the event the provider must cancel due to weather, you will be offered to reschedule at no extra charge.
Dress comfortably, bringing swimwear and a jacket.
Boarding and disembarking at Fremantle Fishing Boat Harbour, sailing to Rottnset Island, WA.