Indian coast is a luxury12 m catamaran built in Western Australia with passenger comfort and durability foremost in mind. With a comfortable cruising speed of 18-20 knots and a fuel range in excess of 400 nautical miles, our vessel is quite at home in the waters of Far South Tasmania.
It left its role as a private boat on the west coast of Australia in the waters of the Indian Ocean in late 2018- after travelling by freighter to Melbourne in November 18 Indian Coast powered its way across Bass Strait and down the east coast of Tasmania to its new home in Dover.
Indian Coast features cherry wood finishes, teak decking, stainless steel railings, enclosed flybridge, separate male and female bathrooms, generously sized cabins (for overnight touring) and an array of cooking, television and sightseeing options.
“The Indian” as it is affectionately known, carries the 2C survey qualification, with up to 12 passengers and the ability to travel up to 30 nautical miles offshore.
With a range of seating – inside cabin, upstairs flybridge and main aft deck, passengers are able to enjoy every vista.
With its vast aft deck, generous marlin board, bait tank, multi-fridge and freezer options, spreader poles and array of fishing rods and tackle. The Indian is superbly set up for fishing charters.
Adventurous? How about a journey for two couples with crew around the South East Cape, the southernmost point of Australia and onward to Macquarie Harbour in the heart of the south-west wilderness reserve . Two nights aboard with fresh sea produce, unforgettable scenery and an adventure that few are fortunate to experience.
Our Bay cruises and half day cruises are a smorgasbord of beautiful scenery and wildlife. From the islands of Port Esperance Bay including the convict history of Hope Island; the modern day fish farms of Tassal and Huon Aquaculture and the 1855 wreck of the Katherine Shearer to the scenery of the islands beyond the Bay and the pristine waters of the Déntrecasteau channel. Keep an eye out for dolphins, seals, sea eagles together with a vast array of other seabird life.