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August 2018

The Benefits of Watching the Beauty of the Sunset on a Boat Cruise

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Who is not mesmerised with the beauty of the sunset?

Viewing the setting of the sun whilst on a boat cruise is pleasurable. It’s because sailing as the sun sets makes you feel so close to it.

The sunset’s yellow, orange and reddish hues that gleam on the ocean makes you feel attached to it. Furthermore, it also leaves a feeling of fascination and relief especially when you are sailing along the still waters of the sea whilst sipping on your silky red wine.

Looking at the brilliance of the sunset allows you to relax, meditate and reminisce. Moreover, watching the sunset soothes the soul. It is somewhat therapeutic as it allows your mind to be cleared from all the stress of the week. In like manner, it helps put your worries to rest as the day ends.

As the boat sails smoothly on the stretches of the sea, you will be most delighted to view the sunset while the breeze of the ocean kisses your cheeks. Hence, it refreshes your soul, mind and body. Thus, you become energized!

This enchanting moment of being on the sea while gazing at the nostalgic splendor of the sunset creates an atmosphere of tranquility. That feeling of calmness makes you forget all the noise of the city. In the same way, it allows you to temporarily leave all the troubles of this world which recharges your spirit.

So where can we best view the sunset on Gold coast while on a boat cruise?


Broadbeach waters’ Northern part flows along the Nerang River.


Main Beach is along the narrow coastal dune along the sea and the mouth of the Nerang River.

Enjoying the Sunset on Main Beach Gold Coast


Surfers Paradise waters flow through the Nerang River to the west and the Gold Coast Highway to the east.


Miami’s Beach lies along the Gold coast highways, 7 km south of Surfers Paradise and 17 km north of the Queensland / New South Wales border at Coolangatta / Tweed Heads.


Burleigh Heads waters run between Surfers Paradise to the north and Coolangatta to the south.


Snappers Rock is at the northern side of Point Danger at the southern end of Rainbow Bay on the Gold Coast.


Kirra Beach is a 300m long beach. It is tucked in at the southern end of the beach, compressed in between the highway and the two hydraulic structures, the Kirra Point Groyne.


Rainbow Bay is located at the southern end of Coolangatta in the City of Gold Coast.


When heading to the west, the Currumbim waters flow straight to the pristine rainforest mountains of the region.


Tallebudgera is a beautiful creek that is enclosed by the Palm Beach and Burleigh Heads National Park.

In conclusion, wherever and however you enjoy the radiance of the sunset, one thing is for sure, it will give a dose of medicine that will certainly bring positive effects either psychologically or physically, or both.

And in the midst of our face paced lifestyle, this glorious scenario will allow the time to slow down for a moment which we need at times in order for us to be relieved from our day to day pressures.

Therefore, make sure you wind down from time to time. And when you do so, be sure to be with the nature.

Aside from enjoying the dusk and the varied natural sceneries, you can simply relax by the shore and savour the ocean air. You may also enjoy a picnic with your family and friends while relishing the nature. Or, go on a boat cruise adventure! You can actually do all at the same time! For sure, it’s going to be loads of fun! Try it! 

Or why not have a party on a boat cruise? Instead of winding down, wind up while enjoying the sun set with all of your friends!


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