The Ultimate Rottnest Experience!
Imagine spending the afternoon laying on the bows with a cool drink in hand, watching the kids doing bombies off the bow. Kayaking around the shallow cliffs, or exploring the underwater world.
This is a fully crewed charter with experienced local marine guides who’ll take you wherever you want to go. Includes full use of all of our on-board equipment: kayaks, SUP, cargo net and more.
Get a group of friends together, or share with your neighbors and split the cost.
This is a standby rate, departing Rottnest, within the next 14 days only. Bookings are a minimum of 2 hours and are capped at maximum of 20 people. All charters must end by 4pm. If you require a private charter for a particular date, please contact us directly to ask about pricing and make a booking (pre-booked charters can accommodate up to 37 guests)
Pay for 6 hours – GET 2 HOURS FREE! (charters must begin at 8am to qualify).
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable clothing. A warm jacket is recommended in cooler months. No heels on deck.
IncludedBoom NetDrinking water onboardQuality snorkel gear (masks/fins)Use of Kayaks/SUPs
Not IncludedAfternoon TeaBYO additional drinksCicerello's 10% DiscountCoffee/TeaDrinking WaterGlass of sparklingMorning TeaRefreshments available for purchaseShared antipastoShared Fruit PlatterSun LotionYummy 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.
- 2 crew at your disposal (skipper and deckhand)
- all fuel
- use of 2 kayaks, SUP
- snorkel equipment
- hammock, cargo net
- This is a special standby rate for a maximum of 20 guests. Additional numbers will not be allowed to board. Please contact us direct if your group is larger than 20.
- A credit card pre-authorisation bond of $500 is required prior to boarding.
- As we have other tours and charters operating on the island: We arrive at the jetty to board you and your guests at the start time, not earlier. Charter concludes when the last person has disembarked (we will arrive at the jetty 10 min early to disembark groups over 10).
- Remember, sailing is an outdoor activity.
- We reserve the right to cancel your charter in the event that we deem the weather forecast to be unsafe or too risky. This is at managements discretion only.
- Children are welcome as part of a family group but must be under direct adult supervision at all times.
- Life jackets for children <8 are limited (5). Contact us prior if your group has over 5 children under 8.
- Bookings are non-refundable unless cancelled by us, e.g. due to unsafe weather conditions.
- For our full T&C's and cancellations policy please visit our website for further information: https://www.charter1.com.au/terms-and-conditions/