Photography buffs, this is a rare chance to capture the finish of the 75th running of the world-renowned Sydney Hobart Yacht Race close-up and in comfort and style with an experienced local sailing photographer, Andrew Wilson.
Your boat will be the 20-metre expedition vessel, Odalisque, and you will cruise at 14 knots down the River Derwent to all the famous landmarks of the race. First is the Iron Pot, and from there, you will make passage across Storm Bay to Cape Raoul and the turning mark of Tasman Island at sunset.
During this time, Odalisque will seek out many of the expected 120 plus yachts, placing you and your lens in a prime position to capture amazing imagery of yachts at sea, against Tasmania's distinctive coastline.
On dark, you will anchor at Port Arthur for the night, reviewing each one’s photos while sampling the best of Tasmania's local produce, wine, beer and spirits.
As dawn approaches the following day, you will meet the rising sun as it casts a warm glow over the sails and sea cliffs of the Tasman Peninsula. Finally, with memory cards as full as your breakfast filled stomachs, Odalisque will turn west and steam home to Hobart chasing down more yachts along the way.
Further information: https://andrewwilsonphotography.com.au/tasman-sea-cliffs-workshop-during-the-2019-75th-anniversary-sydney-to-hobart-yacht-race/ or call Andrew Wilson: 0418 568 086 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org