These experiential adventure sailings offer live-aboard marine safari tours exploring Westerns Australia's World Heritage Ningaloo Reef
Sail Ningaloo offers live-aboard marine safari tours exploring the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef, located on Western Australia’s North West coast. The award-winning, exclusive and personalised adventure experience sails and explores the pristine Ningaloo Reef aboard the luxury sailing catamaran ‘Shore Thing’.
Suitable for the novice or experienced marine enthusiast this tour features it all.
Guests can participate in adventure activities including snorkelling and scuba diving with the highlights featuring untamed and wild interactions with unique marine mega fauna such as manta rays, turtles and whales, making this trip more like a MARINE SAFARI into one of the world’s most remote and untouched reef systems.
Owner Luke Riley says” The best thing about the Ningaloo Reef is that it is perfect for all ages and skill levels. The snorkelling is just as good, if not better than the scuba diving … and the diving is world class!”
“Families, underwater photographers and leisurely travellers can all expect plenty from a Ningaloo experience, and the best thing is that we’re out there 24/7 so we see more and do more than any other operator on Ningaloo Reef”.
Catering for a maximum of 10 guests at a time, tours are lead by highly motivated crew who are keen to share the ultimate marine experiences with guests to enhance their love of the ocean and appreciation of the Ningaloo marine wilderness.
Tours depart from March through to December each year, with options ranging from three nights to nine nights aboard.
Packages are also available including accommodation and swim with whale shark experiences, or you can combine the overnight sailing experience with a glamping experience in a luxury eco camp or venture inland to create a reef to range escape and explore the rugged gorges of Karijini National Park.
You can expect professional and friendly service, gourmet food and the most incredible experience possible in this marine wonderland.
“It can be a little hard to get to but that is why it is so special, it is still so untouched, it’s off the beaten track. It’s probably what the Great Barrier Reef was like 50 years ago. It’s a place where turtles, manta rays, dolphins, whales and all types marine life roam free, where you need to expect the unexpected!
It is a real Australian experience …. quality service and passion combined with untamed nature.