Head out on the waters of Adelaide for a once in a lifetime encounter on this 3.5 hour cruise where you don't go to the dolphins, the dolphins come to you! This 3.5 hour cruise will get you up close to these incredibly intelligent animals as they play in the waters surrounding the boat. On board a 58ft sailing catamaran launching from Holdfast Shores Marina, you'll head into the water to witness these creatures in their natural environment. In addition to the dolphins, this cruise will also let you see a selection of other marine life including sea birds and fish that live in the are. This cruise does not operate between the months of April and August however it operates daily from November to April and every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday during September and October with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Cruises depart from 8am at the Glenelg Marina to return around 12.15pm and the operator provides guests with a no dolphin sighting full refund policy. Don't forget to bring your camera - this will be an experience you'll want to relive forever! Tick an essential item off your bucket list - book an Adelaide dolphin cruise online today.
Your crew were fantastic and really did the best they could
Your crew were fantastic and really did the best they could. Unfortunately, dolphins were more interested in feeding than in us so it was frustrating for all. However, the few sightings I got were pretty amazing and made me wish I could have seen more! Kudos to your staff for their professionalism throughout.
Couldn’t fault the crew - Tim
Couldn’t fault the crew - Tim, Steve and Andro. All lovely fellas, friendly and very happy to answer any questions, all very knowledgeable. The weather was awesome, and we saw lots and. Lots of beautiful Dolphins. This was my 3rd dolphin cruise with Temptation and the best! Thank you to all involved.
It was a nice experience
It was a nice experience, but I was a little bit disappointed. I thought that I could swim with the dolphins. Be in the water with them and that they will swim next to me. But on the boat, we heard you have to hold the rope, and I was more busy with holding the rope instead of enjoying the swim. And the dolphins were really far away, but the Dolphins are wild so it's difficult to manage this.