The Twilight Cruise is a perfect way to end your day on Phillip Island.
Cruise through the sheltered waters of Westernport Bay, along the picturesque coastline of the Mornington Peninsula and French Island.
Learn about the area's rich maritime history and visit the Australian naval submarine HMAS Otama, while watching out for seals and dolphins which inhabit these waters.
Purchase a drink from the licensed bar, while enjoying platters of finger food served by a team of friendly crew. As you cruise across the bay, watch the sun set over the entrance to Bass Strait, and see the lights of Cowes begin to sparkle as you return to the jetty.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 03/10/19 - 04/04/20
Thu/Sat: 05:00pm - 06:30pm
Wildlife Coast Cruises is an environmentally accredited business operating around Phillip Island, Seal Rocks, Westernport and Wilsons Promontory.
The flagships are the Kasey Lee and the Brianna Lee (65-foot catamarans) are crewed by friendly and professional staff.
Immerse yourself in an amazing wildlife experiences, visiting Australia's largest fur seal colony on our Seal Watching Cruise. An exciting two-hour cruise, with commentary from the captain, up-close view of thousands of seals, followed by afternoon tea on your return voyage.
Aboard our Twilight Cruise, you will visit the wreck of an Australian naval submarine and learn about the areas rich maritime history. There is a licensed bar on board, and complimentary finger food is served by the crew, and watch the sunset as you cruise back to Cowes.
During the winter experience a personal encounter with Humpback and Southern Right whales on a Phillip Island Whale adventure.
Further down the Victoria Coastline set sail on incredible cruises discovering Wilsons Promontory finding hidden coves, untouched islands and monolithic rock formations, with seasonal whale watching in the springtime.
Wildlife Coast Cruises has many other cruises on offer including Peninsula Market Cruise, Captains Lunch Cruise, packages for tour groups and customised private charters.
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