Sunset Sailing at Rottnest Island
Watch the sky come alive as the day turns into night, with Vlaming Lighthouse and the magnificent Indian Ocean as stunning backdrops. A stunning perspective you find find elsewhere or from sitting at the beach!
Enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbles and shared antipasto as we hoist the sails – stopping for a refreshing dip for those that want a quick cool down on balmy nights. Our cargo net is awaiting for any takers. Imagine your very own salt water waterfall as we sail along into the sunset with only the sounds of the breeze in the sails. Ahhhh… Bliss!
Keep an eye out for friendly dolphins who love to ride Capella’s bows. You are also welcome to BYO any additional drinks*.
Your vessel is a 12.5m luxury Schionning Cosmos sailing catamaran, purpose built for chartering. Designed with the comfort and safety of guests in mind, Capella boasts a comfortable indoor lounge as well as outdoor seating for up to 24 on this tour. Capella is the much loved vessel that’s been operating across WA for over 15 years, with hundreds of happy and repeat customers coming back each year.
If you haven’t jumped on board with Charter 1 before – put us on your to-do list this summer!
Departure TimeVaries depending on last light (approx. 60 mins before sunset).
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable clothing. A warm jacket is recommended in cooler months. No heels on deck.
IncludedBYO additional drinksGlass of sparklingShared antipasto
Not IncludedAfternoon TeaBoom NetCicerello's 10% DiscountCoffee/TeaDrinking WaterDrinking water onboardMorning TeaQuality snorkel gear (masks/fins)Refreshments available for purchaseShared Fruit PlatterSun LotionUse of Kayaks/SUPsYummy Ploughman’s Lunch
History Of RottnestThe island with a thousand stories... The geographical history of Rottnest Island has been dominated by changes in sea level. These changes occurred either as sea water became trapped and released when ice sheets advanced and retreated, or as the land slowly rose and fell in response to changing stresses in the earth's crust. It is believed that Rottnest Island was separated from the mainland 7,000 years ago. The sea level rose, cutting the Island off from the land mass, and it is now the largest in a chain of islands (which includes Garden and Carnac Islands) on the continental shelf opposite Perth. These islands all are formed of limestone rocks with a thin covering of sand. The limestone base of Rottnest Island has an effect on all life on the Island, including the types of plants which can grow on it, the species of animals which can feed upon the plants, and the extent to which humans can make use of the Island.
- Glass of sparkling on arrival
- Shared antipasto
- Additional BYO welcome (no spirits)
- Awesome tunes as we sail off into the sunset!
GREAT DAY! We had THE BEST time on this boat on an afternoon sail between Fremantle and Rottnest. The captain and crew were amazing! There was plenty of room, the boat and bathrooms were all in good shape. We paddle boarded at Rottnest and they had plenty of snorkeling gear on deck. Luck swam my camera to me while on the island and found quokka for us to take pictures with! This was a highlight of the trip for us!Claire B3/02/2018
The best Charter Perth has to offer! We booked the Capella for a private 8 hour trip from Fremantle to Rottnest for our work Christmas party and just.. wow! It was a fantastic day that every single person enjoyed and we couldn’t ask for anything better! Ronni and Bec were so professional, friendly and helpful, and even endured all the terrible jokes, and awful singing. The boat itself was perfect, there is plenty of space and it’s extremely comfortable. They have a paddle board; kayak and snorkelling gear on board so there is something for everyone to do.We highly recommend Charter 1 – They go the extra mile to ensure that you have an amazing day!swild201712/18/2017
A great way to visit Rotto My family of 4 (two young girls 6 and 4) have just had the most amazing time aboard Capella with Charter1. Nothing was too much trouble for the crew, even taking my girls snorkeling for the first time! They were scared at first but soon were begging to get back in the water. The guys knew the best places to visit on Rottnest island based on the weather - we even had a private beach all to ourselves, and used their SUPs on a secret surf break only accessible by boat. What a slice of paradise, and an unforgettable trip. Thanks Jules and Erin for making our time on board so memorable. You catered for our fussy eaters perfectly. We are doing a big trip around Australia, but this last few days has been the highlight by far. We can’t wait to come back!Brett M4/20/2018