January 18, 2019

Beneath the Wharf

Beneath the Wharf

If you have ever spent some time on the Husky Wharf, chances are you may have pondered what lives on and around the pylons.

On clear days you can see large schools of fish, stingrays and few years ago we even had a big blue grouper living beneath Tekin III!

This article is a great read to see some of the marine life closer up and learn about them, without even getting wet!

You can always ask our clever crew when on board about any marine life, always happy to answer questions or research them together.

We have lots of great resources on board and in our office, we love sharing all the amazing things there is to know and learn about out beautiful part of the world!

There is a great article attached below:

What goes on beneath Australia’s iconic jetties?

"I really respect that the whale was more important than us"

Arrived just in time from our overnight stay in Canberra to go on the cruise. We got to see two whales swimming and breaching. Was a spectacular sight. The operators stayed what I though was a decent distance from the whales and when they had gone into the bay and another operator went in further than we did our guy decided that we would move away to give the whales space to get out of the bay. I really respect that the whale was more important that us . Well done