Yahoo Whale Watch Cruises

Multiple Locations

Yahoo gets your adrenaline pumping even before you see your first whale! Yahoo offers close encounter whale watching to the extreme, just see how close you are to the waterline. With 32 passengers maximum on board this tour makes for a unique, intimate experience with friendly humpback whales. For thrill seekers, adventure tourists, the young and young at heart. Yahoo is loads of fun for all ages. Let us show you the amazing humpback whales, its an
experience you don't want to miss.

Our Tours

Morning Whale Watch Cruise

Yahoo gets you to the whales faster, so you can spend more of your precious time focused on the whales, not travelling there and back.

Yahoo offers the adventure tourist a unique experience with speed and waterline whales at a premium. It's a whole lot of fun and suitable for all ages.

Low passenger numbers, 32 maximum

Lowest deck level to the water of any vessel. Yahoo sits low in the water making for terrific up close and personal whale watching experience. Virtually eye to eye with the whales.

Fully licensed, drinks and snacks for sale on board.

Non-smoking vessel. Full size toilet on board. Courtesy pick-up from Hervey Bay tourist accommodation.

Expert commentary on the whales and features of Fraser Island. Cruise at a fast 30 knots. Whole lotta fun. They supply weatherproof jacket for trip if desired.

Bring your camera, sunscreen, hat/beanie, wear warm clothes, wear flat shoes, polaroid sunglasses, money for drinks and snacks.

Indicative rates

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$85.00 $95.00
Afternoon Whale Watch Cruise

Yahoo gets you to the whales faster, so you can spend more of your precious time focused on the whales, not travelling there and back.

Yahoo offers the adventure tourist a unique experience with speed and waterline whales at a premium. It's a whole lot of fun!

Low passenger numbers, 32 maximum

Lowest deck level to the water of any vessel. Yahoo sits low in the water making for terrific up close and personal whale watching experience. Virtually eye to eye with the whales.

Fully licensed, drinks and snacks for sale on board.

Non-smoking vessel. Full size toilet on board. Courtesy pick-up from Hervey Bay tourist accommodation.

Expert commentary on the whales and features of Fraser Island. Cruise at a fast 30 knots. Whole lotta fun. They supply weatherproof jacket for trip if desired.

Bring your camera, sunscreen, hat/beanie, wear warm clothes, wear flat shoes, polaroid sunglasses, money for drinks and snacks.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$85.00 $95.00

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