East Coast Adventures 2019

Sail on the Lady Nelson Hobart to the spectacular East Coast in 2019

Help sail the ship, climb the rigging or just relax and enjoy the spectacular Tasmanian coastline, scenery and wildlife.

The Lady Nelson is a 52 foot 'brig' (tall ship rigged with square sails on 2 masts) that comfortably sleeps 18 and includes a fully equipped galley, saloon for meals, toilets and hot showers.

A replica of the original H.M.S Lady Nelson that brought the first settlers to Tasmannia in 1804, you can have an experience sailing a fully rigged tall ship like they did 100 years ago but with all the safety and comfort of a modern ship.

5 Day Voyages

  • Hobart to Triabunna - 7 January to 11 January and 26 February to 1 March
  • Triabunna to Hobart  - 14 January to 18 January and 4 March to 8 March

Where we go on these trip depends of the weather.  We will sail during the day and stop at anchor during the late afternoon for the night.   
Where we have stopped in the past,
Adventure Bay     Port Arthur        Fortesque Bay         Schouten Island         Freycinet Pennisula   (various spots)    Maria Island (various spots)

Along the way there will be wildlife galore, seals, dolphins, albatross and other seabirds.  We will probably drop a line and see if we can get some fresh seafood, at Maria Island wombats, kangaroos Cape Barren Geese and much more are common.  There should be lots of time to get ashore and explore at our various stops. Trips begin 0900 on Monday and finish on Friday afternoon.

Cost: $970 Early bird discount of $890  (Earlybird cutoff date 30th Nov 2018)

2 Day Voyages

Triabunna to Triabunna 11 January to 13 January and 1 March to 3 March

These taster trips depart Triabunna around 1700 on the Friday and finish on Sunday afternoon around 1600.

We will sail around Mercury Passage. Great Oyster Bay and Maria Island

Cost: $370

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Images from our last East Coast trip HERE and the 2017 trip HERE

 

Ideal Christmas Gift for that person who would rather have an life exprience rather than another consumable

The Details

 

All meals on the ship provided and we do cater for special diets.
Lady Nelson does not provide alcoholic beverages but feel free to BYO.
What to bring, we will give you more details but you will need sleeping bag and pillow and clothes for wet weather (cross fingers not to be used) and gear for walking and swimming.

If you are local visit the Lady Nelson one weekend for a look over the ship. 

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For more details contact the Lady Nelson