Experience the style of a bygone era and feel like movie stars on a Noosa River cruise in a stunning classic wooden speed boat.
The photos are incredible, the day was spectacular, the picnic and food was to die for and the atmosphere was unimaginable. We both can not recommend them enough. We will never forget this day and it’s all thanks to both Michael and Sandy!
Just wanted to say thank you for a lovely day on the water yesterday. Your boat is beautiful and my husband had such a lovely day. It was a perfect way to spend the afternoon and our wedding anniversary. Thank you so much!
This cruise was fantastic and I would definitely recommend it! The Noosa Dreamboat is absolutely gorgeous and Michael was the perfect gentleman and host for our journey through the beautiful Noosa canals. I can honestly say it was the highlight of our weekend trip away!
What can I say, Michael was sensational! Our family thoroughly enjoyed our trip. Michael was thorough and knowledgeable well-prepared and a fantastic host! He even took a bunch of pictures and sent them to us within hours of the trip. Thank you Michael!
Simply the best way to see Noosa.. The most impressive boat I've ever seen and a great host in Michael, very informative and worth every cent!
Our stunning mahogany classic boat was hand crafted in the USA in the style of the timeless 1940’s and 50’s American powerboats. This was the golden age of motor boating when the family boat was an important part of the American Dream.
A time when optimism was at an all time high and boats were designed to be sleek, speedy and beautiful.
Noosa, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, is famous for its wonderful climate, extraordinary natural beauty and spectacular waterways.
It is the only place in Australia where you can experience the excitement and glamour of riding in a classic 1940’s style American mahogany speed boat.
9 time winner – TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
Member – TripAdvisor Hall of Fame.
Winner – Sunshine Coast Tourism Experience Award.
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