Charter Our Boats

Our boats are available for private charter.

We can cater for any type of special cruise/charter/occasion that you would like:

WeddingsAnniversariesBirthdaysEngagementsFamily Reunions
Work FunctionsTeam Building DaysEducation ToursSenior's Day OutMystery Trips
Sporting GroupsChristmas PartiesCorporate DaysAshes Ceremonyand so much more.

Please contact our friendly staff for further information as we personalise each charter depending on group size, length of charter and your specific requirements:

phone-icon (08) 8555 2203 or Toll Free: 1800 442 203



Complete the CONTACT FORM here.


Please note – the capacity of our boats are:

Spirit of the Coorong – can hold a maximum of 50 people

Spirit II – can hold a maximum of 32 people


Please click on our boats and our photos to view more information.

TripAdvisor Reviews

5 star ratingFantastic! Do yourself a favour and do this cruise. It all started with a lovely friendly lady selling us our ticket at the wharf. Great first impression. We cruised on a Wednesday and the boat had plenty of room. We prefer to sit outside and the view from the upstairs deck was brilliant. We had perfect weather (about 28 degrees) with lovely blue skies (tho it didn't start that way). Bain and Matt were very knowledgable and friendly. We had a running commentary during the cruise slowing/stopping to have a good view of the many birds and hearing about the history of the Murray mouth and surrounding area and its people. The walk to the beach from Barker Knoll was pleasant together with a walk on the beach returning to pippies cooked in white wine, garlic etc. Lots of info about the local tribe of aborigines (Ngarrindjeri). Lunch was provided - ham, corned beef, chicken, coleslaw, macaroni salad, etc, roll, cheese/bickies, after dinner mint. Followed by tea/coffee. After another walk at Cattle Point to a former Ngarrindjeri site (which unfortunately we didn't go on as too hot - do make the effort!!) we had afternoon tea and returned home to Goolwa. We couldn't recommend this highly enough. Worth every cent. Will do again in a couple of years to see the changes in the Murray Mouth.

Joy P Avatar Joy P

5 star ratingGreat! Love it, well worth the cost. Bit warm out but the walks were okay. Would do it again, what a great trip.

Shayman-Dragonfly Avatar Shayman-Dragonfly

5 star ratingFantastic expereince My husband and I did this one day cruise a few weeks ago during a trip to South Australia and had a wonderful day. The cruise takes you down the Murrary River, through the barrage (which was covered in New Zealand fur seals) and through the Coorong National Park. We were lucky to do the cruise on a beautiful calm and sunny day which made it even more special. Seeing the Murray River full of water was great after so many years of drought.

We were particularly impressed with the guide who captained the boat and provided the commentary. He was very knowledgeable, good humoured and friendly. He led the group to an important Aboriginal site during the cruise and provided interesting information about the local Indigenous poeple and their culture. We saw evidence of their occupation of that place in the sand dunes in the form of large areas of shell and rocks that had been used as tools.

The other stop we made was also through the sand dunes to the Southern Ocean. It was a great experience to stand on see the roaring surf crashing on to the beach which was empty bar our cruise group. The only annoyance was the millions of mozzies that decended on us!

The cruise includes an excellent lunch of cold meats and salad with a brad roll, cheese and crackers, followed by afternoon tea with homemade bicsuits.

I highly recommend this cruise if you're visiting this area.

Sunbird07 Avatar Sunbird07
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