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Water BLOGged

We are going to Exmouth!

Charter One - Wednesday, January 28, 2015



The crew at Charter 1 are counting down the days until we leave the crystal clear waters of Rottnest and Carnac behind and make for the pristine shores of Exmouth to begin our whale shark adventure for 2015.

Make sure you secure your spot on one of our whale shark swims in Exmouth this year. The season kicks off on 10th March and we are looking forward to sharing some salty adventures with you all in a different part of Western Australia. To Book your Whale Shark Swim, head to our Bookings page and select a date that works for you. Qantas have also released some great ticket prices from Perth to Learmonth, so if the 1200km Perth - Exmouth drive from isn't for you, the luxury of a short flight might be more desirable.

There is so much to organise before we go, we will have a shop front in Exmouth for all things whale shark including some great merchandise. We have an air-conditioned bus to collect you from your accommodation and take you to Concorde at Tantabiddi. All the snorkelling gear, stand-up paddle boards, kayaks, camera equipment, champagne and staff, piled into our two boats and ready for the journey up the coast.

On a different note, our new Water BLOGged section of the website will feature all our tails of adventures on the seas. We'll include photos of recent charters and whale shark swims and stories of our daily jaunts, so stay tuned as you might find you make a star appearance!

If you have any queries relating to the whale sharks in Exmouth, get in touch, we'll be glad to answer your questions.

Here's to some fun adventures in the deep blue this season!
The Charter 1 crew


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