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- 3-hour cruise around beautiful Roebuck Bay or Cable Beach to unwind & watch the magnificent Broome sunset
- Delicious range of bite-sized canapes to enjoy while the sun goes down
- Experienced crew sharing informative commentary
- Optional swimming in the boom net (dependent on seasonal water conditions)
- Convenient return transfers from selected Broome accommodation
Broome Sunset CruiseWatch the changing colours of the Broome sunset sky as you unwind on a relaxing sunset cruise aboard luxury vessel Orcaella.
What to Expect
What better way to finish the day than enjoying the warmth and beauty of a magnificent Broome sunset on a 3-hour sunset cruise. Immerse yourself in the picturesque scenery as you cruise along the clear waters of Roebuck Bay or Cable Beach.
Jump aboard the beautifully appointed catamaran ‘Orcaella’ with plenty of shaded areas, a top deck viewing platform and luxury cushioned seating. Let the friendly crew spoil you with a range of delicious bite-sized canapes and sip on a drink from the fully licensed bar, or feel free to bring your own drinks to enjoy.
The region is home to an incredible diversity of marine life that you may be lucky enough to spot, including dolphins, turtles and manta rays. As you cruise along, soak up the stunning coast or have a go at swimming in the boom net. Boom netting involves securely riding within the edges of a large net that is attached to the rear of a boat as it pulls you through the water. Swimming is only permitted during certain times of the year when water conditions are suitable. This activity requires a reasonable level of fitness and you must be a competent swimmer.
As we make our return slowly back to Broome, enjoy some chilled music and embrace the stunning contrasting colours of the Kimberley coast.
Where We Visit
- Roebuck Bay or Cable Beach
Frequently Asked Questions
- Bathers & Towel
- BYO Alcohol Welcome – No red wine, homemade drinks, bottles of spirits
- Thongs or slip-off shoes
- Water bottle
Orcaella is a 50-foot catamaran surveyed to carry 46 passengers; however, we limit numbers on the cruises to around 35 passengers
No. It is advised if you are prone to seasickness to take tablets before boarding.
Yes. There is a toilet on board.
As Broome does not have a marina for boarding passengers, we use an amphibious transfer vessel that loads passengers from the beach. Some level of agility is required when boarding. If you are unsure about boarding the two vessels, please contact us to discuss the options or suitability of these tours.
We are all about our guests so we do our very best to meet the dietary needs of our passengers. We can easily accommodate for gluten-free, vegetarian or vegan diets. For any other requests please contact us to discuss options.
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