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The weather was a typical wet west coast day. The crew on the Acadia apologised for the weather but I felt the rain and cold added to the wilderness experience. Not a real lot to see along the way but the vessel creates its own...More
To cruise down the Pieman River onboard the Arcadia II is a must do activity if you come to Corinna. The Arcadia II is the oldest (78yrs) operating Huon pine vessel in the world. It alone is an attraction, from its history of military service,...More
Spent a wonderful few hours aboard the Arcadia II cruising down the Pieman River, with Dale at the wheel. Dale is a very knowledgeable guide, and is supported by the very friendly Alex.
Highly recommended :-)
This is a really relaxing small wooden boat cruise to the mouth of the Pieman River where you can walk along the beach and admire the rocks and shorebirds. You spend 90 minutes at the mouth of the river where you can walk down to...More
The main reason my travel companions and I made the trek out to Corinna was to step aboard the historic Arcadia II, built in 1939. This old wooden vessel is built of Huon Pine planking over Tasmanian hardwood frames. Lucky for us, the day we...More
The river trip from Corrina to the mouth of the Pieman River is one of unspoilt beauty and tranquil serenity. Chugging along at a stately 7knots gives you the chance to appreciate the grandeur of the river and surrounding flora. Although decimated for the valuable...More
I can't add much to what already has been said about this cruise. If you are not up to Kayaking the Pieman River (very easy) then this cruise is a great way to see the natural vegetation that lines the river. The forest is different...More
Dale and Barry were fantastic tour guides. It was an incredibly entertaining and informative cruise down the river with plenty of downtime to just relax and enjoy the scenery. We loved the cushions at the front of the boat where we could sit front row...More