Starting from HQ at Darwin Waterfront, cruise at full throttle (or a more leisurely pace – you decide) along sun drenched, unspoilt coastlines while spotting marine life, feeding fish and enjoying the thrill of the pristine, open water. . Show your skills, open up the engine and blast in front of Darwin’s iconic Mindil Beach Casino before making your way back to base. High stakes poker games don’t compare to the rush you’ll get from joining the latest model Jet Ski GTI’s. . So come on, Honey Ryder and Miss Moneypenny are waiting for you.
Launch from 00seven HQ and head east over towards the commercial surrounds of east arm wharf. Blast along the coastal mangroves and explore some of the hidden gems of Darwin harbour often forgotten about. Head upstream blessers where the conditions are normally smooth as a martini glass. On the run back to base you will witness the Darwin city skyline in all its glory. High stakes poker games don’t compare to the rush you’ll get from joining the latest model Jet Ski GTI’s. So come on, Honey Ryder and Miss Moneypenny are waiting for you.
Departing HQ on the evening tour you’ll cruise around to the ‘Magic Mile’ from Mindil Beach to East Point and view the sun heading towards the horizon from an all new vantage point on the water. Perfect for photographer’s and amateur shutterbugs alike, witness the Darwin city skyline during golden hour and get your shot away. With accompanying party beats and refreshments provided, on this tour you can double up with a friend, family member or loved one for a group experience not to be missed. Do you like your martini shaken or stirred?
Iced lattes and tea provided on the water will have your morning fix sorted while hanging out at one of the special locations.
Will it be a casino heist or perhaps an intercepting mission to claim hidden treasures from a Darwin Shipwreck? Will you make it back to HQ in time? There’s only one way to find out.
There is a world of ocean graves and twisted metal which exists below the surface. . Professional guides will give you the lowdown and history of the sunken warships bombed by the Japanese planes in 1942 during WWII. Fishing trawlers are also scattered on the Seabed of Port Darwin buried by the ferocious waters created by cyclone Tracey in 1974.