Hand’s up! – Who is ready to cruise again?
Im assuming there are many of you wondering what is happening in the world of cruising and to be truthful we don’t 100% know when there will be an official return and in what capacity – but the GOOD NEWS is that they have released the new sailing schedules and we can only hope and pray that come October we can set sail again. Therefore we have gone ahead and planned the CRAFTING CRUISE season. Full schedule HERE, where you can download the full season schedule. We have lots of exciting cruises and instructors this season.
Firstly, to start off the season, and for those hanging out to catch up with friends you have met on previous cruises, and of course any newcomers to crafting cruises, we are planning to have a little fun together on this welcome back cruise. I am arranging this special short cruise just up the Queensland coast to Cairns and Airlie beach as a welcome back and celebratory cruise to my VIP cruisers.
Whether you have been cruising with me before your not – you are invited to come along. We will have a couple of classes, which are included in the price and then the rest of the time is yours to create to your hearts content or just enjoy the ship and the activities offered, and enjoy being back on the water. I am so looking forward to this and hope to see many familiar faces join me.
In addition to classes, where you will be spoilt with product, you can purchase other kits or work on at your own pace, or finish off some of your own projects in your spare time – even into the night if you wish, with a cocktail or two!! As the conference room is our 24/7.
We hopefully will sail from Brisbane on the Quantum of the Seas – 8th November.
With an overnight stay over in Cairns, there will be plenty of time to tick off those bucket list places you want to visit whilst in Port. Cairns is one of those places where there is so much to do. I know I had a wonderful time in Carins last time but there are definitely places im hanging out to visit again when I get up there such as the Babinda Boulders (popular swimming hole surrounded by lush rainforest). I will be hiring a car for sure.
Here are a few favourites but so many more things to do.
Along with Cairns, Airlie Beach is also on the itinerary. Last time I in Port there, unfortunately the day was very very wet, so any plans on getting a helicopter to Whitehaven Beach and seeing Hill Inlet by air disappeared along with the sunshine. So they are two places definitely on my bucket list for this next cruise.
Whitehaven Beach is a pristine, award winning beach that boasts brilliant white silica sand that is among the purest in the world. Sink your feet into the sand and wade into the warm waves that gently lap the shore and you’ll soon realise why people come here from all over the world.
At the northern end of Whitehaven Beach is Hill Inlet, a stunning inlet where the tide shifts the sand and water to create a beautiful fusion of colours. Many people claim Hill Inlet and Whitehaven Beach are the most beautiful places they’ve ever seen. The lookout at Tongue Point is the best spot from which to view the swirling sands of Hill Inlet. Make the short uphill walk to the lookout for breathtaking views. If possible, try to reach the lookout when the tide is low to fully experience the beautiful fusion of colours that emerge – photographers dream.. so am hoping this time we get to see it.
If you would like more information about this cruise or to make a booking enquiry to find out the prices for the cabin you would like – head to my website HERE and fill in the online form.
Thanks for looking and hope to see you onboard.
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