Where to go cruising in your Cadet

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Captain Nemo’s not only stocks pool equipment, but also a large range of Zodiac inflatable boats. Light, compact and cost-efficient, our Cadet range offers impressive manoeuvrability and improved stability. If you’ve recently purchased a Cadet and are looking for places to go cruising, here are some great spots to explore across Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Tallebudgera Creek

A perfect place for swimming, picnics and paddle boarding, Tallebudgera Creek is the perfect place to take a cruise in your inflatable boat. Take some snacks and explore the numerous hidden coves and beaches.

Currumbin Creek

Known for its crystal blue waters and lush surrounds, Currumbin Creek is about 20 kilometres in length. Take a leisurely Sunday cruise along the waterways exploring numerous beaches along the way.

Gold Coast Broadwater

The Gold Coast Broadwater (or Broadie as it’s known by locals) is the perfect spot to adventure. With large open waterways, the Broadwater has tonnes of space to zoom around. Explore the local beaches or pop into the high-end waterfront shopping district Marina Mirage.

Lake Somerset

Just south of Kilcoy, Lake Somerset is popular with boaters of all descriptions. With ample picnic and barbecue facilities and private campgrounds, you can make more than a day of it. The lake also has amazing fishing opportunities, so don’t forget to pack the rods and tackle box. Just don’t forget to grab your boating and fishing permits before heading out.

Bribie Island

While you can use the bridge to get across to Bribie Island, why not use the opportunity to take your Cadet across. With heaps of gorgeous beaches, an impressive seaside museum and skydiving opportunities, there’s something for everyone on this beautiful island.

Planning an upcoming boating expedition? Pop into Captain Nemo’s and check out our large range of inflatable boats. Don’t forget to grab a couple of inflatable lounges and coolers to make the most of your adventure.