at Stokes Hill Wharf, Darwin , 0800
Join our friendly and experienced crew aboard the historic 65ft pearling lugger Streeter, for an informative and relaxing evening.
Named after Edwin Williams Streeter 'Father' of Broome’s pearling industry Streeter was part of the famous Streeter & Male Pearling fleet. Kim Male of Streeter & Male, remembers Streeter’s first crew were Malay with a Japanese diver named Mr Ejiri. Retrieved from Pearling in 1971, Streeter was relocated to Darwin to fish the northern waters as a barramundi and mackerel boat. Streeter was used by Japanese fishing company herding fish into their nets with robotic sharks. Adventurer and film maker Malcom Douglas used Streeter in making the movie ‘Follow the Sun’ (recommended viewing) while exploring the Kymberly's and Top End
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Streeter about to go back in the water, Yeeehaaaa! Sunset cruises running tomorrow and Saturday, seats available.
Fantastic evening tonight for the first cruise of the season. Plenty of burn off smoke tonight means that the Dry is just about here, happy days! Sunset cruise tomorrow, treat yourself!
Sunset cruises running tomorrow, Friday 15/4, and Saturday. Plenty of seats available so grab a few drinks and nibbles and we will throw in a superb sunset! Departs at 5.20 pm both days.
Hey Streeter gang! Thanks for doing a giveaway through our Facebook page. The lucky winner is Benita Daintree Green, so she'll be coming along with a friend tonight. Don't forget to tag #OTLmag in your photos so we can include them in the magazine. Happy Cruising! -Tierney
Our lucky Off The Leash winners enjoying the beautiful sunset! @Off The Leash. Sunset cruise tomorrow, an awesome way to top a Saturday off.
A brand new edition to Streeeter! Shes looking smart now! Next cruise is tomorrow the 23rd of April. Many seats available.
Red sunset with the smoke tonight. Next cruise 24th of April Sunday
Streeter cruises has a busy May Day long weekend. With smoke in the air and some lovely sunsets, it must be the Dry! Well beginning Sunday anyway. Tomorrows sunset cruise, Friday 29/4, is filling up very quickly. Plenty more room on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Why not watch the sunset on Streeter then head down to Mindil Beach markets for dinner? #StreeterCruises #MindilMarkets
The beautiful Amber enjoying the sunset last sunday. Shes looking very relaxed! Thanks Amber!
A beautiful evening enjoyed with beautiful people. It is really hard to top the lifestyle we have here in Darwin.
Hi All, lets hope that the dry Wet is not followed by the wet Dry. On a lighter note, there is a sunset cruise tonight (weather permitting) and Friday. Nothing in between at this stage.
Yesterday's sunset taken by Ian staying at Elan apartments. Absolutely stunning!#territorysunsets
Friday's sunset with some lovely tide lines in the foreground. Hopefully this very late in the season rain goes away soon and the Dry arrives! Next available cruise, at this stage, is Friday the 13th!
Johnny and Esther having a lovely evening, enjoying a cold beer after work. Thanks for coming out with Streeter guys and we will see you next time.
A swarm of Dragonflies just off Larrakeyah Navy Base this evening. The photo does not do it justice, but there were literally thousands of them!
A rather smokey but glorious evening on Streeter tonight. Happy Captain. Happy days.
Katies Hen's party aboard Streeter tonight. Thank you to the lovely dressed ladies, Tanya and I enjoyed the evening.
A pearler of a territory evening tonight on Streeter. Starting with a gorgeous sunset, then a stunning moonrise and to top it off, fireworks at the waterfront.
Perfect way to spend a sunday evening!
We had some very colourful pirates on Streeter last night. This one was our favorite. Good job!
Streeter was bunkered tonight and after 2 months and 28 sunset cruises since her last refuelling, a total of 50 litres was all that was required. How's that for eco-friendly!