TasWeekend:  Journey Uncovers Natural Attraction

TasWeekend: Journey Uncovers Natural Attraction

Two weeks ago, we took Donald Knowler on a trip with us deep into the South West wilderness. His personal highlight was seeing the orange-bellied parrot in it’s natural habitat, a lifelong ambition of his, but this was just one small part of a broader tour of...
Tasmania 40° South: Great Southern Land

Tasmania 40° South: Great Southern Land

Tasmanian Boat Charters features in the latest edition of the Tasmania 40° South magazine in an article written by Lucinda Sharp about our Port Davey Charters. Read the full glowing review of her experience aboard Odalisque here....
RACT Journeys: Cruising on the Edge

RACT Journeys: Cruising on the Edge

Alice Hansen writes about exploring wild landscapes in the South West aboard Tasmania’s latest eco-adventure in this latest issue of Journeys. Read all about her expedition with us – the stories, the company, the history lessons, the adventure, and above...
The Australian: Our charters heralded ‘Best by southwest’

The Australian: Our charters heralded ‘Best by southwest’

Our charters into Tasmania’s pristine Southwest featured in The Australian on Sunday. Denholm writes of spectacular scenery, fine Tasmanian fare and an immediate sense of wilderness. “Itineraries are fluid, moulded by wind and weather, time and tide and...
From Port Davey to Hobart – Odalisque’s return voyage

From Port Davey to Hobart – Odalisque’s return voyage

The team flew into the South West on Saturday to bring Odalisque back from Port Davey to her winter mooring in Hobart town. We set off from Par Avion’s airport in Hobart on a beautiful, clear & crisp morning. Flying over Federation Peak & Mt Picton, we were...

Coastal Caves in Port Davey …this is the most amazing thing!

This rare opportunity is usually only available to the thrill seeker and to those who know where it is. Only accessible by boat in a low swell, on a recent charter while in Port Davey the weather permitted us to go on this adventure. The cave can be accessed by two...

Mooring dropped and more in store!

After an environmental report and consultation with Parks and Heritage about a mooring location to minimise the impact on the seabed, Odalisque secured her place in Bathurst Harbour and dropped 1.6 tonne of cogged wheel and 600kg of mooring chain. Thoroughly thought...