Setting sail from Coral Bay near Exmouth, cruise south to some of the most remote areas of World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef and enjoy snorkelling, diving and kayaking amongst pristine corals gardens.
Setting sail from Coral Bay near Exmouth, cruise south to some of the most remote areas of World-Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef and enjoy snorkelling, diving and kayaking amongst pristine corals gardens. This 3 night escape offers you access to sections of the reef rarely visited and teeming with colour and abundant marine life.
Rarely visited sections of Ningaloo Reef
Snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities
Live aboard sailing experience
From AUD$2600 per person (twin share) - 3 night, 4 day cruise
- 4 days, 3 nights aboard Sail Ningaloo’s Shore Thing
- Private Statesroom ensuite cabin with king bed
- All meals, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages (alcohol available to purchase)
- Snorkelling and scuba diving equipment, kayaks and fishing gear
Board late afternoon for a 4pm departure from Coral Bay. There is time for snorkel or dive near “Five Fingers Reef” before enjoying a sunset drink as Shore Thing sails to its overnight anchorage. Before the evening meal is served, have a go at fishing from the back deck, with the opportunity for a fresh caught meal.
After breakfast, enjoy a morning snorkel at “The Stag Forest”, a beautiful coral garden with branching coral formations and home to many turtles. Enjoy morning tea while we set sail for our next snorkel spot, the “Sanctuary”, where we see reef sharks and turtles cruising and large rays resting as we snorkel along sandy underwater pathways fringed by hard coral outcrops rising to the ocean surface. There is a gourmet lunch onboard and then you’re free to relax on deck or soak in Ningaloo’s clear waters. The day ends with another snorkel before a two course dinner with your new-found friends.
Included: B - L - D
After breakfast enjoy a leisurely kayaking trip along a secluded section of coastline to Pelican Point, with Mantarays regular sightings along with turtles who feed in the shallow waters. Based on the day’s conditions, your guides will select the best snorkel and dive sites for the day. You’ll likely spot dugongs and dolphins as we travel to the evening’s anchorage at Point Maud. Humpback Whales migrate along the coast here from June to October, so if you’re lucky today will also involve some whale sightings.
Included: B - L - D
This morning there is more snorkelling and stunning marine life on secret Ningaloo Reef spots as we make our way back towards Coral Bay. There is a large resident manta ray population which you’ll have an opportunity to swim with today after learning more about their unique biology and behaviour from the onboard guide. Enjoy lunch onboard and one last snorkel or dive at “Asho’s Gap”, where you’ll see reef sharks swimming in a large cabbage coral formation with their mouths open whilst small cleaner fish dart in and out to clean their mouths and gills. A unique site to end your Ningaloo reef cruise. Arrive back to Coral Bay to disembark at 12.30pm, in time to catch the late afternoon flights out of Exmouth.
Included: B - L
Regular departures from March to October, plus occasional Christmas season departures. Please enquire for date options to suit your travel plans.
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Frequently asked questions
When is the best time to visit WA?
Western Australia is a vast State with two distinct weather zones dictating the best time to visit. The northern third of the State including Broome and the Kimberley experience warm dry winters and humid wet summer months between November and March.
When is the best time to visit Ningaloo Reef
Ningaloo Reef is blessed with warm weather year-round and little rainfall. The hottest months are November to February which can be very humid and bring seasonal cyclones and destructive winds.
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