While masks are no longer required, we strongly recommend
that they are worn in indoor areas of our vessels. We recommend this for the
safety of our staff and our valued customers.

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What to Bring on a cruise in Jervis Bay

26 November 2018 | DWC Blog

We encourage you to immerse yourself in the Cruises we offer, they are always picturesque whether it be a Dolphin Watch cruise, Whale Watching cruise, Seals and Seacliffs cruise or a spectacular Hidden Secrets cruise!
Collingwood Beach - Jervis Bay - Dolphin Watch Cruises

Suitable Clothing

To ensure your comfort we recommend you bring along a jacket (even in summer months- it can get a little cool on the water). Warmer clothes in winter (see ‘What to Wear’ blog post), Sunglasses for looking the part but also to protect your eyes from glare off the water. Sun protection is also recommended – we do have some on board if you forget.
 

Camera

To capture what it is all about be sure to bring along your camera! We see some iconic Jervis Bay sights on our cruises and love to see our visitors in awe of what we see each day. For those that are serious about seeing everything possible a small set of binoculars are great for spotting dolphins and a variety of marine and bird life- such as sea eagles and water birds. As they bay is absolutely teaming with creatures.
 

Snacks and Water

You are welcome to bring along your own food, snacks and drinks but STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL as we have licensed bars on our vessels.
On our Jetboats we recommend bringing your own water and food if you don’t think you can last the duration of the cruise without getting thirsty or worse… HANGRY (hungry and as a result-angry)……
 

Your Smile

Most importantly, bring a smile! We look forward to greeting you with one!

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