Feel the breeze in your hair as you sail aboard a luxury catamaran to the breathtaking Rottnest Island. Relax, swim, kayak, explore the beaches or snorkel whilst setting anchor in one of the many picturesque bays.
You are invited to travel some 15 nautical miles off the Fremantle coast to the unique and stunning island of Rottnest. Your vessel is a luxury appointed 12.5m Schionning catamaran, with 5 double berths, two WC's (Heads), four hot showers, swim platforms, lower able front ladder for easy access into the water, luxuriously appointed lounged saloon, fully equipped galley, refrigerator and deep freeze with a chiller box in the cockpit deck for drinks.
A BBQ is installed on the aft deck. Get ready drop anchor in one of the many picturesque bays to enable you to take every opportunity to enjoy our luxury catamaran - swim, kayak, recline in our cargo net or head for the reefs for a snorkel, build sandcastles on the white sand beaches, or just snooze and relax onboard either in the comfortable trampolines up front between the hulls or on the lounged shaded rear deck. You are even welcome to take part in the sailing, raising, lowering and trimming sails or taking the helm! With morning tea supplied and a ploughman’s lunch as well as tea & coffee (beer, wine and softdrinks are available for sale onboard). Filtered water and sun lotion are readily available. We carry all crockery, cutlery and glasses for your needs.
Children are welcome as part of a family group but need to be under direct adult supervision at all times.
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 cruise runs with group sizes up to 34 people. tThis number can sometimes be higher.
Public departures are subject to weather conditions and minimum numbers. The provider monitors expected conditions well in advance of each tour and charter and will always try to give you as much notice as possible if they deem it too risky to proceed, however the final decision is at the discretion of the skipper on the day. Unexpected weather changes can and do happen, albeit are rare.
Casual attire. Sailing can be a windy and wet experience. It is advisable to bring a windcheater or spray jacket and / or a warm pullover. Shoes with a good grip and preferably a white or light-coloured sole are best. Bare feet on deck. Bring along your bathers and a towel.
Please note: Shoes are not allowed on deck,you are however welcome to wear them inside. Shorts or pants are the most comfortable option for sailing.
This experience departs from Fremantle, WA.