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Soak up the sea breeze with a day out on the water

With summer upon us, there’s no better way to experience the beauty of the Sunshine Coast than a day out on the water. Whether you’re looking to sail into the sunset on a romantic date or you want to keep the kids entertained this school holidays, we have a few options to help you out.

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Caloundra Cruise

For a truly unique experience, explore the beauty of the Sunshine Coast with Caloundra Cruise. Their 1930s style double-decker riverboats are available for group and private charter. Departing from Pelican Waters Tavern, you’ll be able to enjoy lunch before hopping onboard their 90-minute cruise through Pumicestone Passage Marine Park. A highly recommended trip is the sunset sail, which is perfect for birthday parties, corporate functions or weddings. For further information, read their LocalSearch profile page.

 

Noosa Jet Boat

Feeling adventurous? Then strap yourself into a Noosa Jet Boat. Featuring 360-degree turns over the mouth of the Noosa River, this joy ride has captivated thrill-seekers for more than 35 years. Over the course of an hour, you’ll experience wave-jumping onboard a 500 horsepower jet boat and enjoy views of the spectacular Noosa National Park. You may even encounter dolphins, whales and manta rays along the way! If you’re ready to feel the wind in your hair, check out their LocalSearch profile page.

 

Noosa River & Canal Cruises

Noosa River & Canal Cruises will ensure your time on the water is a memorable one. Whether you are after a day cruise, a sunset sail or a private charter, they will customise a unique tour to suit your needs. Winner of the 2015 Sunshine Coast Business Awards, Noosa River & Canal Cruises is the perfect place to host a birthday party or wedding. Departing from Noosaville, contact their friendly team to make a booking or find out more about Noosa River & Canal Cruises on LocalSearch.

 

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