Low Isles Sailaway

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Low Isles Sailaway V and VI are both luxury state-of-the-art Lagoon sailing catamarans which depart the Port Douglas Marina daily to visit a beautiful small coral cay complete with blue lagoon, white sandy beaches and coconut palms, surrounded by magnificent coral gardens and the Coral Sea. Low Isles lies just 15 kilometres off Port Douglas and is a part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, where a myriad of colourful corals and tropical fish await you. A self-guided heritage walk around the isle offers you the chance to 'step back in time' and reach an understanding of Aboriginal and European settlement and history.

Imagine being one of just 33 passengers (maximum) on board! The day includes snorkelling and a guided glass bottom boat excursion. The Day trip includes morning and afternoon tea and a superb tropical buffet lunch of cold meats, salads, prawns and fresh bread. The later departure includes afternoon tea and sundowner drink. Low Isles Sailaway gained accreditation from the Advanced Eco Tourism Association of Australia in 2006. Sailaway VI is available for sunset sailing and private charters. Perfect for weddings, corporate incentives and special family occasions. For further information please contact them.

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Sailing
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

Set sail for a days adventure on the Coral Sea aboard Sailaway IV, visit an idyllic coral cay complete with white sandy beaches and coconut palms, surrounded by magnificent coral gardens.

Low Isles is a part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, where a myriad of colourful corals and tropical fish await you, view their habitat as your skipper takes you for a guided tour aboard the glass bottom boat and then hop in for a closer look whilst snorkelling.

Your day includes hotel transfers, morning and afternoon tea, smorgasbord lunch, snorkelling equipment and glass bottom boat tour.

Indicative rates

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$255 $255

Enjoy the thrill of pure sailing! Relax with an exhilarating afternoon onboard the new luxury 'Lagoon' sailed from France. Soak up the peace and tranquility of a Tropical Sunset over the Coral Sea with spectacular mountain views while enjoying a welcome drink and canapes.

Not suitable for under 12 year olds.

Indicative rates

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$60 $60

Leaving Port Douglas at 1pm, the trip offers fantastic snorkelling and coral viewing, whilst enjoying prime quiet time on the idyllic Low Isles. Then enjoy a spectacular sunset over the Coral Sea with views of the Daintree mountains on the way home.

Your day includes hotel transfers, light lunch, afternoon tea, complimentary sundowner with canapes, all snorkelling equipment and glass bottom boat tour.

Not suitable for under 12 year olds.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$225 $225

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