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Tasman Island Cruises Hobart

Tasman Island Cruises

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    We had a fantastic time it was a surreal experience to be greeted by schools of dolphins, sleepy seals. Fascinating rock cliffs and what a majestic sight. Staff were engaging and informative.

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    Just amazing sights and an incredible once in a lifetime experience.

    Reviewed 24-Apr-2019

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    Incredible experience and worth to join. The team were friendly and caring.

    Reviewed 23-Jan-2017

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    Must do it again. Fabulous!

    Reviewed 19-Jan-2015

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    Posted 19-Jan-2015

    Latest Questions about Tasman Island Cruises (Hobart)

    My Holland America ship docks @ 8am on 2/14/17. I want to take the Coastal Wilderness Cruise but I can't drive. How can I get to Port Arthur where the boat tour begins? I can't use your "chat" because I don't know how to send my message.

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    Is there pick up from hobart


    Yes there are transfers available from Hobart for the Tasman Island cruise, If you click on the link below just select the full day option from Hobart. Pick up is from Franklin wharf on Hobart's waterfront at 7.45am.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 16th Nov 16 at 13:16

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    is there any cancellation date incase can'tmake it


    For all tours and activities on our Everything Australia website, you will need to contact us via email or phone at least 48 hours notice if you wish to cancel. We can then reschedule your activity if you desire or offer a full refund.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 21st Aug 16 at 14:53

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    What are the times for the 3hr cruise


    The Tasman Island cruise departs once a day at 9.30am and returns at 1.30pm back to Port Arthur. If you require transfers from Hobart then the shuttle departs Franklin wharf at 7.45am and returns by 6pm.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Callum) on 12th Dec 15 at 00:02

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    What size are the craft that are used? How many people do they carry? Are they conducive to sea sickness, or "anti-suspect tummy" type craft?


    Hi Ray. The Tasman island boats are ideal for eco-cruising in the ever-changing waters of South East Tasmania. They were designed for comfort, safety, stability and ease of viewing. Open-air tiered seating gives each passenger an excellent all-round view. An open sided design ensures a direct connection with nature, not enclosed behind glass. Each boat carries a maximum of 43 passengers, delivering an intimate and personal eco-cruising experience.

    These 12.5 metre vessels are powered by three 300 hp Mercury Verado supercharged 4-stroke engines. Electronically-balanced for high fuel efficiency and the quietest operation, they are the world's lowest emission power plants of their type. These highly manoeuvrable boats allow skippers to take their guests into some of the dramatic deep sea caves scattered along the coastline, and right up close to the towering Jurassic Dolerite cliffs and rock formations. Each boat is equipped with onboard toilet facilities. Life jackets are carried for all passengers, both adults and children, however these are not required to be worn during the trip.

    There is always the risk of sea sickness in any boat so if you do suffer then I would recommend visiting a pharmacy to get a sea sickness remedy beforehand.

    Comment by: Everything Travel Group (Belinda) on 27th Feb 14 at 17:06

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