Watch the sky come alive with a kaleidoscope of colours during a magical sunset catamaran cruise. Savour a glass of sparkling wine and shared antipasto as you soak in the beauty of Rottnest Island, Vlaming Lighthouse and the magnificent Indian Ocean. Additional BYO drinks are welcome.
Western Australia is renowned for its spectacular sunsets and there's no better way to experience their beauty than with a sunset sailing cruise. Departing Rottnest Island, sip on a glass of sparkling wine and nibble on a shared antipasto platter as your crew hoists the sails and sets off into the Indian Ocean. This 12.5-metre vessel boasts a comfortable indoor lounge, outdoor seating and a cargo net for those up for a salty splash! Prepare to be dazzled by the colours of sunset as the day turns into night and keep your eyes out for playful dolphins along the way who love to ride the bows. If you wish to take a dip, there will be a refreshing swim stop during the journey or you can simply sit back and relax. You are also welcome to BYO any additional drinks.
Once this experience has been confirmed changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
There will be other guests on the boat with you. The provider operates with a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 24 people. If minimum numbers are not reached they will contact you up to 24 hours in advance to arrange an alternative date with you.
Sailing is an outdoor activity and can at times be a little wet and windy... but also a lot of fun! It is advisable to bring a windcheater or wind proof jacket to keep the chill at bay on cooler days.The provider reserves the right to cancel and reschedule if conditions require it. If your experience is cancelled you will be rescheduled by the provider.
Bare feet on deck is preferred otherwise shoes with white or light-coloured soles please. No heels on deck.
Please note: Shoes are not allowed on deck, you are however welcome to wear them inside.
This experiences takes place around Rottnest Island and the magnificent Indian Ocean.