Looking for something unforgettable to do this Christmas holidays? Take an incredible trip on beautiful Moreton Bay with Dolphin Wild Island Cruises.
The family owned and operated day cruise departs from Newport Marina, where you can sit back and relax on the 22m catamaran as you cruise through the spectacular waters of Moreton Bay.
Dolphin Wild Island Cruises offer a great range of activities, including boom-netting, guided snorkeling and fish feeding tours.
About the Supercat Vessel
- Large 22m air-conditioned vessel
- Spacious, comfortable and dry saloon area with tables, chairs and lounges
- TV screening movies for the kids
- 3 wildlife viewing decks (you might catch sight of Moreton Bay dolphins, marine birds, dugongs, turtles and whales during migration season)
- Licensed bar
- All day FREE tea/coffee
- 2 full size toilets/changing rooms
- Fresh water shower
- Rubber duck/safety vessel - to ferry guests to the beach and back, along with accompanying the snorkeling tour for an extra safety measure
- 100% Safety Record
- 30+ years of experience – Captains and senior staff
- Supercat is suitable for all ages - seniors, babies in prams, young children, group/family outings & non-swimmers
Moreton Island Cruise Highlights
Aboard Dolphin Wild Island Cruises, guests can enjoy a truly memorable day on the bay with plenty of special moments to be made.
Highlights of the tours include:
- Expert commentary/educational insight into Moreton Bay
- Boom netting ride
- Moreton Island snorkelling and fish feeding around the The Wrecks Moreton Island
- Smorgasboard lunch
- Morning tea
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