FLINDERS houseboat

Purposely built for shallow waters and National Park areas. The Flinders is powered by 2 yamaha 9.9 horsepower outboards and  has solar power and storage.

Dining outside includes two hot plates and stainless steel BBQ, fold out table with all cuttlery.

Easy to drive, Full instructions, cb, safety equip, navigational tools, maps etc, comfortable, tv. Lounge converts to double and two bunk beds, fully carpeted, kitchen with amenities, flushing toilet with storage tanks and hot shower.

Registered dingy and outboard motor is included with hire

MORE ABOUT THE BOAT

1 x double bed , 2 bunks, 3/4 on deck. All bed linen supplied

Hot shower and flushing toilet including accessories

Solar power and battery storage

Fridge/Freezer, Gas stove and BBQ, full kitchen with cleaning and linen, pantry with salt/pepper, tea, coffee, sugar, sauces, esky and ice

Fully carpeted, roll down sun blinds, fully fly screened inside, adaptors to recharge iPads and phones, TV, blue tooth radio

Fishing rod holders, bait box, cutting boards, tinny with outboard that has an operation licence to go fishing and crabbing in. Fish identifier, measuring gear and rules book.

Other equipment like yabbie pumps, crab pots and fishing gear is available at reasonable prices. Click here to see add ons.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Minimum 2 day hire from 9am to 3pm. Covers all linen, gas, dingys and outboards, except fuel.
Highest usage is 8 litres daily if touring. Price is at bowser price.

What do I need to bring?

Personal towels, clothes, food, drinks.

Do I need to have a boat licence?

The captain must be 18 years of age and must be able to understand instructions. You will have to go through safety and instruction brief and sign a rental agreement.

What if I need to contact you?

Mobile reception is generally ok. Contact number is: 0487 774 712.

There is a cb on board that can also be used in case of emergency.

Where can we anchor safely?

Anchor positions are supplied via the onboard map and gps point marks.

There is a no moving the boat between 5pm and 6am policy.