Jan 8th 2014 10:39am
The Calm Water Cruise takes you to The Marine Village Sanctuary Cove. Sanctuary Cove is a relaxed waterfront precinct. Enjoy a leisurely lunch with an unbeatable view of luxury boats moored at the famous Sanctuary Cove Marina. After a sumptuous lunch, take a stroll along The Marine Village. Browse through a range of specialty stores, fashion boutiques, art galleries, home wares and even a chocolate shop.
The cruise returns via South Stradbroke Island. Take in the breathtaking beauty of the island and meet the playful creatures that populate the island.
Treat yourself to a luxurious Calm Water Cruise. Live the high life for a day and climb aboard Sea World’s $3.5M cruiser. Explore the beautiful Gold Coast Broadwater while cruising past some of Queensland’s most expensive waterfront homes.
The tour lasts for 5 hours. The tour departs at 10am and returns at 3pm. The cruise departs from the Sea World Cruise Terminal which is just a few minutes away from our Main Beach Accommodation.
The tour includes lunch at The Marine Village Sanctuary Cove, glass of wine or beer or soft drink or tea/coffee with lunch option, 5 hour day tour, 3 hours calm water cruising aboard Sea World's luxury 24m vessel, 2 hour stopover at Sanctuary Cove Marine Village, cruise commentary from Sea World crew, and wildlife spotting of sea eagles, dolphins and wallabies during cruise. Vegetarian and gluten free meals are available upon request as well as children’s meals.
Book your Calm Water Cruise today and see the Gold Coast in an exciting way.
If you are planning a trip on the Gold Coast, you may want to book our Main Beach Accommodation. Our accommodation has two bedroom apartments that are perfect for families. Our apartments have all the amenities you will need to have a relaxing holiday.
To learn more, visit http://seaworld.com.au
To book your stay at our accommodation, go to https://www.hisitedirect.com.au/
Image Source: Sea World Whale Watch
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