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Airlie Beach Weather
Current Temperature: 21.7°C
Dew Point: 19.1°C
Relative Humidity: 85%
Wind Speed: 1.9km/h
Wind Gusts: 7.4km/h
Wind Direction: ENE
Pressure: 1018.8hPa
Rain Since 9AM: 1.2mm
Wednesday
Morning Clouds
21 - 26 °C
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Sunny
21 - 26 °C
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Sunny
21 - 26 °C


Official Site for Solway Lass

The Whitsundays Magnificent Tall Ship

 
 

 

Solway Lass Whitsundays 3 day 3 Night cruises

 
  The Whitsunday Islands are located off the coast from Airlie Beach in the centre of the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Whitsundays is blessed with having 74 Islands of which 66 are in their natural state with no buildings or resorts.  This helps to make sailing around the Whitsundays feel like a relative voyage of discovery, as the Whitsunday Islands still look like they did when Captain Cook's Tall Ship the Endeavour sailed by in the 1770's.

Solway Lass is one of Australia's most famous Tall Ships

Built in Martenshoek Holland in 1902 and first registered in Hamburg Germany. Solway Lass was Sydney's Tall Ship from 1985 until 1999 sailing up and down Sydney Harbour twice a day. In 1999 Solway Lass was purchased by Australian Tall Ship Cruises of Airlie Beach and today Solway Lass is maintained in beautiful condition and provides cruises of the Whitsunday Islands.

The large decks on Solway Lass provide our guests with plenty of room to move about and for those who would like a "Hands on" sailing trip, our guests are invited to join in hoisting the sails and having a turn sailing Solway Lass.  Guests who prefer to just find their own deckspace to sunbath, relax and take in the magnificent views of the Whitsunday Islands, as you sail by Whitehaven Beach, Hayman Island, Hook Island, Hill Inlet and Nara Inlet.  One thing's for sure, people sailing on other vessels in the Whitsundays will be taking photos of Solway Lass as she sails by with square sails, jibs and mainsails set.

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Then at the end of the day, enjoy a cocktail or icy cold drink from the Bar and watch the sunset over the Whitsundays.  
Solway Lass traditional rigging  
Solway Lass sitting on the bow sprit while sailing the Whitsundays
 
        
   
 
   

 

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