Where possible, our food, supplies and additional guest services are sourced from local West Australian companies. A collection tin for aluminium can ring pulls is on board. These are sent off for recycling and reused to make prosthetic limbs and wheelchair wheels. 1 Kg of ring pulls makes 2 prosthetic limbs.
Our philosophy is focused on immersing our guests in a purely natural world class experience, with a high emphasis on interpretive and educational interaction whilst maintaining a minimum impact, environmentally sustainable tourism policy.
Our cleaning products and guest bathroom products are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. We separate food waste for composting. Human waste is collected in holding tanks and disposed of responsibly. Recycle Glass, Aluminium cans & Paper products. Our goal is to introduce solar power/wind generated power on board within the next 2 years.
To promote understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of our natural environment, we are committed to the principle of guided activities with a high level of importance placed on interpretive content, before, during and after activities. Any marine life interaction on board or in water strictly complies with the relevant DEC code of conduct. We want our guests to gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the natural systems that exist within this environment and understand that we all play an important part in its protection.
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