Tuesday, 22 September 2020

If the Carbibbean and Med are off the agenda, how about cruising Tasmania?

Can't make it to the Med? The Caribbean out of the question? How about a luxury yachting experience around the coast of Tasmania. 

Tasmanian Yacht Charters is offering private expeditions into Tasmania’s remote south-west from January to May, 2021. 


And groups of six or more get a discount when booking out the vessel. 

The cruises visit Port Davey and Bathurst Harbour; a  region characterized by rugged, mountainous landscapes, white sandy beaches and panoramic views.

The Odalisque (above), billed as "a floating hotel", offers fresh Tasmanian produce and fine wines as a highlight of the journey, prepared by an onboard guest chef. 

Guests can enjoy four-, five- or seven-day guided expeditions into Port Davey, exploring the untouched World Heritage Area aboard their floating home, which accommodates up to 10 guests. 

All tours include flights to and from Hobart’s Cambridge Aerodrome to Melaleuca’s white quartzite airstrip. 

From May-January Odalisque offers overnight charters in other areas of Tasmania including the East Coast, Bruny Island and the Tasman Peninsula.

Odalisque is also available to entertain groups up to 40 people on a tailored day charter, ideal for functions. 

Odalisque is a 20-metre, purpose-built aluminium cruise vessel, constructed for optimum comfort and stability at sea.

The open plan saloon area allows panoramic views, has plenty of lounging capacity and a large dining area for a leisurely dining experience. Outside, Odalisque has three decks: a fly bridge with seating, an upper deck, and an incredibly spacious lower deck with barbecue facilities, sink and outside bathroom.

For details see www.tasmanianboatcharters.com.au

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