Freycinet – Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay. Image: John Morton

Sail to the world renowned Freycinet National Park and take in the beauty of the Tasmanian east coast by sea. Experience the beauty and awe of this location from both the sea and land and be struck by the magic of the Hazards mountains. The Tasmanian east coast is truly spectacular and there is no better way than to see it than by sea. Departing Kettering, we sail out through Storm Bay passing the iconic Iron Pot and into the historic Norfolk Bay. Feel the excitement of opening the bridge and passing through the Dunalley canal on our way to Chinaman’s Bay, Maria Island. Get to know the wildlife on this remote, beautiful wildlife sanctuary before heading to Freycinet. Sailing back along the Tasman Peninsula, take in the stunning Three Capes, and Tasman Island, by sea. Explore Fortescue Bay and have the opportunity to walk Cape Huay (one of the three capes), before sailing back to Kettering through Storm Bay.

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Departing: Kettering 10am
Please note: trips and route are weather dependant
Trip length: 7+ days
Cost: $3220pp

Costs are inclusive of two crew, meals, accommodation onboard the vessel, tax, and insurances.

Pick-up/drop-off at Hobart can be arranged for a fee if calendar is available

We require at least two people per booking, if you are booking for one please contact us