Our Cruises

Our Cruises

Dolphin Cruise – Spirit of Jervis Bay

Our most popular cruise. Come and watch the dolphins play on the bow of the original Jervis Bay dolphin cruise onboard the Spirit of Jervis Bay.

1 hour 30 minutes

Adults : $35

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Whale Watch Cruise (May – Nov)

2.5 - 3 hours

Adults : $65

The Spirit of Jervis Bay is 80% undercover and has 5 viewing decks from which to view these magnific...

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Eco Whale Cruise (May-Nov)

1.5 - 2hrs

Adults : $65

Whales! Whales! Whales! Our 'Eco Whale Cruise' gets you up close and personal with our majestic 'Jer...

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‘Hidden Secrets’ – Eco Cruise

1.75 - 2 hours

Adults : $65

Discover the 'hidden secrets' that make Jervis Bay everyone's 'favourite place on earth' - the seclu...

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‘Seal and Seacliff’ – Eco Cruise

2 hours

Adults : $85

Get up close to one of NSW's two biggest seal colonies; marvel at Jervis Bay's towering sandstone cl...

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‘Beach and Bay’ – Eco Cruise

1 hour 30 minutes

Adults : $65

White sandy beaches, crystal clear turquoise water - our Beach and Bay cruise is the only way to see...

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Sailing Charter – Discover Jervis Bay

Half day $1,800 or Full day $3,500

Adults : N/A

If you are an avid sailor or if you have never sailed before, you are sure to return once you have s...

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Summer Twilight BBQ Cruise (Dec – Jan)

3 hours

Adults : $85

Jervis Bay is surely one of Australia’s greatest marine parks with the pristine beaches and ma...

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"The Most Amazing Whale Experience"

We were really lucky and saw everything - whales, dolphins and seals (I didn't see the seals, but it was pointed out on our return from the trip and I missed it). This is my first whale watching experience and it surely set the bar too high for my future whale watching trips. We saw a few adult whales and also a few baby ones - all playing around and showed off some fancy "tricks". They even "played" with us by swimming under our boat - making our boat rock side to side! They (and the dolphins) got extremely close to us.