Sail Darwin offers real sailing aboard a 50ft luxury catamaran, from 3 hour cruises on beautiful Darwin harbour, overnight excapes, or extended sailing from 2 - 14 days to Bare Sand Island, Bynoe Harbour, Tiwi Islands, Kimberley coastline, Coburg Peninsula, East Timor, The Spice Islands and beyond.
Their aim is to leave guests with an exceptional 'real sailing' experience and memories to take home, in comfort and safety aboard Sundancer NT.
A sunset sail on Darwin harbour is a must for every visitor to Darwin - join them for their signature champagne sunset sail. This is a great opportunity to get out on the harbour, watch amazing sunsets, enjoy fabulous food and just to experience that feeling of freedom being on the water brings.
Enjoy champagne and a delicious dinner aboard, plus the chance to spot dolphins surfing the bow, turtles, and dugongs. And of course some of the most spectacular sunset skies you'll ever see.
Sundancer NT is specifically designed for cruising in tropical conditions. Fully airconditioned through-out, Sundancer NT has 4 double bedrooms, 4 single beds, 3 bathrooms and can comfortably accommodate up to 30 guests for harbour cruises and 12 for overnight and extended sailing.
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Delicious food, unforgettable memories and free sparkling wine.. A sunset sail on Darwin harbour is a must for every visitor to Darwin - join them for them signature champagne sunset sail. Rated as the "creme de la creme of Darwin attractions" on Tripadvisor, this is a great opportunity to get out on the water, watch amazing sunsets, enjoy fabulous food and to experience that feeling of freedom that real sailing brings.. Feel the wind and revel in the silence as they cut the motors and set the sails for an unforgettable 3 hour sunset dinner cruise. Take in the sights of beautiful Darwin Harbour from the comfort and luxury of a 50ft catamaran, plus of course some of the most spectacular sunset skies you'll ever see. . Enjoy free sparkling wine and a delicious dinner aboard, plus the chance to spot dolphins surfing the bow, turtles, and dugongs. Children and families are welcome, and enthusiastic sailors are welcome to assist the crew in settings the sails, taking the helm, and learning the ropes under the patient and watchful eye of their skipper Dave.