Summer 3 hour lunch sail

 
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Lunch sail to Bedlam Walls Caves and Shag Bay

View the caves as we sail past and hear the story of early recycling in Shag Bay

 
 
 

Summertime option; A three hour Lunch sail

This commences the same as the two hour sail. but continues further upstream as we head towards Bedlam Walls Caves and Shag Bay.

Depart Sullivans Cove, Hobart and set sail as we leave the docks. You’ll notice us turn and head towards the Tasman Bridge. As you sail under the bridge, hear the events that led to the shipwreck of "Lake Illawara", then we continue on towards Montagu Bay, Geilston Bay and Bedlam Walls.


Lunch is served on deck and accompanied by complimentary tea, coffee, juice and a wine or cider for those who would like a sample. You’ll sail past and see the rock formations of Bedlam Walls, the Shag Bay Quarry and hear the story of the Shag Bay Fertiliser Works.

The SV Rhona H then heads across the river towards the Zinc Works and Incat before heading to New Town Bay and Cornelian Bay. See Government House as you make your way back under the Tasman Bridge. You will be served a Tasmanian Cheese and Fruit Platter by the crew, what better way to enjoy your afternoon on the water. 

Once back on the southern side of the bridge, sail towards Bellerive or Battery Point and Sandy Bay before heading back to the docks.

Take the helm, help with the sails or sit back and relax as you enjoy the scenery and your freshly prepared lunch and afternoon tea.

 
 
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Indicative map of the three hour lunch sail

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Willie Smith cider