Activities on the island don't get much better than Sunset Sailing aboard the famous yellow catamaran! After a busy day on the island, what better way to relax? Watch the day turn into night and the stars begin to shine as you sip on a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. BYO welcome also.
$60 child (4 - 12)
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Sailing around Rottnest Island under the twilight sky is quite literally the dream. Picture it: the water is crystal blue, the evening is balmy, the sky is a constantly evolving colour spectrum as the sun sinks lower and lower behind the horizon, and you’re sipping a glass of bubbly. The dream.
But if you’re waiting to buy yourself a boat, or waiting to find a friend who owns a boat (another dream), you could be waiting far too long. So why not do the sensible thing? Ditch the wait and set sail a luxury catamaran for an evening of indulgence. Capella is a 12.5m luxury Schionning Cosmos catamaran waiting for you to come on board. For your 90-minute sail, you’ll have 360-degree views of the Indian Ocean surrounding Rottnest Island from both the comfortable indoor lounge and the outdoor seating. The salty ocean breeze and a sunset are the stuff that dreams are made of.
To top it all off, you can enjoy a glass of bubbles (BYO drinks too if you like) and nibble on a shared antipasto platter as you set sail into the sunset. And if it’s a warm night and you’re willing, you can stop for a dip in the serene waters just off the boat. Rottnest Island is iconic for being one of the most beautiful places to see in Australia, and between the picturesque Vlaming Lighthouse, the ocean horizon, and (if you’re lucky) the dolphins riding on the boat’s bows, your twilight sail will be a journey
Children On Board
Children are welcome as part of a family group but need to be under direct adult supervision at all times. Kids aged 2-3 are free with an accompanying adult. Please contact us if you would like to bring an infant onboard as we carry limited life jackets across all sizes (Wahu vests are not sufficient). Passenger numbers for children are capped due to safety and life jacket requirements.
Rottnest Island (Perth)