Whale Watching Half Day - Morning Cruise - Family

Whalesong Cruises - Hervey Bay

Whale Watching

Cost:

A$310 per Family (4 Passengers)

Duration:

5 hours.

Departure Days:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR18:
25JUL-31OCT: Daily.

Departure Time:

8:00am.

Departure Point:

Berth A4 Great Sandy Straits Marina, Buccaneer Drive Urangan.

Pickup:

Hervey Bay accommodation.

Dropoff:

Hervey Bay accommodation.

Meals:

- Morning Tea.
- Buffet lunch.

Not Included:


- Snacks.
- Beverages.

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Cost:

A$310 per Family (4 Passengers)

Inclusions:


- Expert commentary and interpretation.
- Guaranteed whale sightings. Complimentary return trip if whales are not seen.
- Return transfers to and from Hervey Bay accommodation.
- Environmental Management Charge.
- Whale and Dolphin DVD.

What to Bring:
- Hat, sunscreen, camera and jacket if the weather is cool.

Itinerary:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
A Whalesong Cruises courtesty bus will pick you up from your Hervey Bay hotel for your transfer to Urangan Marina, the departure point of your cruise. At 7.45am board your vessel to commence a morning Whale Watch cruise. Whalesong is a 16 metre purpose built and designed vessel with leading edge technology and state of the art comfort. Morning tea and buffet lunch are included. An environmentally friendly vessel with enclosed and open-air viewing on two levels, a water deck level putting you right where the action is, expert commentary and an underwater hydrophone to listen to the 'whales sing' (when conditions permit). Cruise concludes at approximately 1:00pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Infant 0-3 years inclusive - free of charge.
Child 4-14 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Important Information:


Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Family Rate:
- Family rate is applicable to 2 adults and 2 children only.

Bad Weather:
- Cruises may be affected by weather conditions. Whalesong will not penalise passengers if they choose not to travel due to bad weather. Bad weather is defined by strong winds, creating a big swell. Rain is not deemed bad weather unless accompanied by wind and swell.

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