Started off badly when we had to stand out in the open while waiting to board, thank god it didn't rain.
The boat was cramped and if you are in the middle row, very hard to see.The food came in a Bento box and was ordinary. The scenery is great but that was about it, we found it very disappointing compared to the Gordon River cruise. And over priced.
Great value for money! The weather was in our favour and fortunately for us the boat was not crowded. All staff were pleasant and helpful. Would have liked to have heard more about the Indigenous people who lived here in the past. What of their influence then and now?
Staff were so helpful, friendly and eager to make sure we were looked after, especially the ones feeling a bit nausea. However, by not going straight to Wineglass Bay it made a few people nausea just that little bit too far before we stopped.
Lunch was nice, great idea in the Bento Boxes, however, I wouldn't rave about the lunch by any means.
Perhaps a stop at Freycinet Lodge for lunch on the way back would have been better.......we went there after the Cruise for more food.
Didn't go, got more than half way and the captain turned back said seas were too rough. We were offers ginger calm tablets before we left and a section of the cruise didn't take then and were all sick, I hope this didn't have a bearing on the captain turning back..
We had an amazing time, we saw Humpback whales, dolphins and seals. The crew were wonderful and the scenery was spectacular, the lunch provided was delicious, I can't find any negatives, I would definitely recommend this cruise!
The cruise was a great way to see the Hazard Ranges, Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay. The boat and crew were fantastic. We enjoyed sightings of seals and whales as well as the caves, blowholes and pristine beaches along the peninsula. The day was very relaxing and enjoyable.