Spirit of Cairns

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Spirit of Cairns is locally owned and operated by a company with more than 30 years experience in taking visitors to the Great Barrier Reef, on day tours, where you can learn to scuba dive and extended liveaboard scuba diving expeditions. She joins TUSA Dive’s T6 and Spirit of Freedom to form a fleet of luxury vessels, delivering outstanding experiences departing Cairns daily.

Spirit of Cairns is a luxury 26 metre sailing catamaran providing regular Cairns dinner cruises and occasional Cairns lunch cruises and sunset cruises.

Every journey begins with bubbles, as all good dinner cruises should. Spirit of Cairns takes you deep into the heart of Trinity Inlet and across the waterfront precinct of Cairns, from the Cruise Liner Terminal to the Esplanade. The water is calm, the weather mild and the night is yours to enjoy, with entertainment and a delicious three course buffet featuring some of the region’s best produce, including seafood. The luxurious sailing catamaran is fully licensed, selling a range of beverages, including tropical cocktails. This is the ultimate in waterside dining.

Our tours

Dinner Cruise

A Cairns Dinner Cruise is the perfect way, to end a perfect day in paradise. Boarding our sailing catamaran at the Marlin Marina, you’ll enjoy an evening of calm water cruising on Trinity Inlet, taking in the sights and sounds of this tropical port city and its surrounding mangroves, as they transition from day to night.

Every journey begins with bubbles, as all good dinner cruises should. With your glasses charged, stroll the interior or exterior decks and admire the view as the sky transforms from blue to red to orange and finally a silky black, filled with thousands of sparkling stars.

Your journey takes you deep into the heart of Trinity Inlet and across the waterfront precinct of Cairns, from the Cruise Liner Terminal to the Esplanade. The water is calm, the weather mild and the night is yours to enjoy, with entertainment and a delicious three course buffet featuring some of the region’s best produce, including seafood. The luxurious Spirit of Cairns sailing catamaran is fully licensed, selling a range of beverages, including tropical cocktails. This is the ultimate in waterside dining.

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$95 $95
Sunday Lunch Cruise

A Cairns Lunch Cruise is the perfect way, to spend a perfect few hours in paradise. This is absolute waterfront dining at its finest. Board the 26 metre luxury sailing catamaran, Spirit of Cairns, at Marlin Marina before casting off for a two and a half hour Cairns lunch cruise around Trinity Inlet and the waterfront precinct.

Wander the exterior decks to enjoy the fresh sea breezes and panoramic views of this coastal port city. Taking you from the marina, the Spirit of Cairns lunch cruise heads deep into the heart of Trinity Inlet with its winding tributaries and Admiralty Island. This is a side of Cairns not often seen.

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$69 $69

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