Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Half-Day Sailing on the Derwent River from Hobart. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Great afternoon. Harbour was overcast when we left but we had a great afternoon chasing the sun. So relaxing,Great crew and afternoon tea Thanks mum for scones and cream.
Enjoyed by all aboard local and visitors
I had an amazing time out on the Derwent River with the crew on this yacht. As the holder of the world's weakest stomach I was petrified that I would suffer from motion sickness, but it was smooth sailing all the way through to the end. Fabulous food, amazing views, and an exceptional crew make this an experience you won't want to miss. This at the top of my 'to-do' list the next time that I am in Hobart.
How lucky were we as we had the 3 crew members all to ourselves. Being under sail was just so magical. Scones and coffee to start with then smoked salmon and crackers. To finish we were served various cheeses and fruit. 3 hours went by so quickly. So, everyone book today and have a lifetime experience.
It wasn't the best weather on the Derwent River, but the whole thing was highly enjoyable and the Derwent River is still beautiful even when its gray and raining.
Our hosts were very gracious and went so far as to offer to go out at another time when it was sunnier, unfortunately this was the only time we had available.
Our hosts and skipper were all very knowlegable about the art of sailing and encouraged us to get involved which was alot of fun.
Mark and his crew were fantastic. We had a fabulous time on the Derwent. We have been telling all our friends and would highly recommend it.
excellent sailing weather. Hospitable hosts. Skipper good knowledge of sailing. Veiws brilliant from the Derwent river
A great experience. The skipper and owners were informative and a pleasure to be with. Great company, good hospitality and would recommend it to anyone with an interest on the water.