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December 22, 2020 Cruise No Comments Email Email

The award winning Tasman Venture team are thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new Private Charter experience for the Fraser Coast. These multi-day, sleep on board escapes, are fully guided and catered, and visit the World Heritage Listed Fraser Island and the stunning Lady Elliot Island on the Southern Great Barrier Reef.

Personalised to meet the individual needs of customers, Tasman Venture will offer flexible itineraries to allow guests to select their desired days, destinations and activities. Guided hiking, cruising, swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, thrill-seeking tube rides, sunbaking, beach hopping, social fishing, and wildlife spotting are many of the activities that customers can include for their ultimate adventure.

Guests can choose from one, two, three or more days to cruise and explore World Heritage listed Fraser Island and the calm, protected waters of the Fraser Coast with their friends and family on Tasman Venture’s fully crewed catamaran. Guests have the option to extend their stay to two or more nights to explore the southern Great Barrier Reef on this ultimate private escape.

The Tasman Venture offers spacious, air-conditioned comfort for up to 30 passenger for day escapes and up to 12 passengers for overnight escapes.

As the unprecedented year that has been 2020 draws to a close, Tasman Venture’s Kate Ernst said “we recognised early on that the demand for private charters that allow guests to escape to their own secluded paradise would be become more prevalent than ever.”

“Being able to offer our guests the option to sleep on board Tasman Venture at night and snorkel with manta rays and turtles by day on the Southern Great Barrier Reef is an experience not previously offered on the Fraser Coast.  Combining this with exploring the untouched, remote west coast of World Heritage listed Fraser Island offers guests the ultimate Fraser Coast private escape” Kate said.

This new experience is launching today for immediate bookings. The Private Island Escape Charters are available to book through the Tasman Venture website, www.tasmanventure.com.au/private-charters/island-escapes.

Private Charter Snapshot:

A tailored itinerary designed specifically for guests, who can choose 1, 2, 3 or more days/nights;
The perfect getaway to World Heritage listed Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef;
Our private escapes are ideal for friends, family groups or an extended family get together including grandparents and grandchildren;
Capture beautiful Fraser Island sunset memories with your family and friends onboard our award winning catamaran;
Fully crewed catamaran to cruise, snorkel, kayak and explore the top destinations in the Fraser Coast; and
A 20m liveaboard catamaran offering lots of space for everyone to enjoy.

Inclusions

Guided activities;
Air-conditioned vessel;
Freshly prepared gourmet meals inclusive of breakfast, lunch, dinner, morning and afternoon tea (breakfast and dinner only provided on overnight escapes)
Small group size (up to 12 passengers for overnight escapes and up to 30 for day escapes);
Drinking water;
Exclusive private use of the vessel and Amphibious Watercraft tender;
Professional, experienced local skipper and host;
Snorkelling tuition;
All activity equipment provided for your private use including kayaks, stand up paddle boards, inflatable tube, snorkeling equipment, wetsuits, stingersuits, and lifejackets; and
Linen including bath towels.

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