This Wineglass Bay Cruise is one Tasmanian activity that is placed high on many a travel bucket list. Departing from Coles Bay, passengers will discover the incredible coastal wilderness and cruise the waterways of Freycinet National Park known as a haven for wildlife. The 4 hour cruise offers a great introduction to a variety of unique inlets, shimmering beaches and one of a kind wildlife encounters with Little Penguins, Australian Fur Seals and migrating whales. Guests with access to the Vista Lounge can enjoy the scenery with floor to ceiling windows indoors or enjoy the fresh air on the spacious outdoor decks. Within the Vista Lounge, a licensed bar and cafe can be found with drinks and treats for sale or you can opt-in for the Ploughmans Lunch. Book your seat on this Wineglass Bay Cruise online here for an extraordinary adventure in Tasmania.
Wineglass Bay Cruise - fabulous day on the water! Perfect in every way.
The day was fabulous in every respect. The crew were friendly and helpful and knowledgeable too. We saw seals, a couple of whales, an enormous pod of dolphins, albatross and white belly sea eagles and the scenery was spectacular. The lunch was really good too. Thanks for a wonderful cruise.
Awesome cruise with a great team! Beautiful views and amazing wildlife!
This cruise was extraordinary! We were very lucky and the weather was perfect! The team was helpful and funny, we have learnt a lot of fun facts about the animals! We were very lucky to see the seals and albatross! Wineglass Bay is a beautiful place and you will enjoy this cruise! Highly recommend!
Cruise on a catamaran around Great Oyster Bay showing beaches and caves until reaching Wineglass Bay.
Friendly staff, lovely sightseeing and lunch consisted of local produce in a ploughman style whilst anchored at Wineglass Bay. People with motion sickness....be wary! Prescription motion sickness, as well as ginger tablets (handed out complimentary by staff), did not suffice, unfortunately. Cruising the Great Oyster Bay was fine but once out on the Tasman Sea, a bit rough! The commentary was great and informative, overall recommended.