Calm Water Cruises

Map - Calm Water Cruise


We welcome you on board Yukon, the traditional danish build sailing ketch.

We sail in harmony with the wind and the waves, all on board can get involved with the daily routine of a sailing vessel or you simply sit back and relax.

As the elements gradually begin to work their magic, one cannot help but be enchanted by the sensation of a ship under sail at sea.

Come sail with us!

Calm Water Cruises on the Huon River

From the 10th of September 2021  Sail Kerrawyn will be conducting cruises on the Huon River from Franklin Marina.

We are very happy to let you know that on our departure on our World Wide Voyage early September, we have placed the goodwill of our business in the capable hands of our friends David and Anastasia who own the beautiful traditional Tasmanian fishing vessel Kerrawyn.
From the start of September 2021 Kerrawyn will be in Franklin Marina ready to take you sailing, look up Kerrawyn’s offers here.

Yukon is original build in Denmark 1930, she was rescued by its current owners, us, David and Ea. We found Yukon in Copenhagen and bought her for a case of beer! Following a dedicated rebuild, we sailed charter in Scandinavia and in 2011 we completed a 16 months sea voyage to Tasmania with our two young boys (plus professional crew and guests).
We are now based in Franklin and have been operating Yukon-Tours for the past 20 years. Learn more about the history of the Yukon here. 

Absolutely last chance for a Calm River Cruise  on Yukon is with a group of mates in the depth of winter.

If you feel you missed out on a Calm Water Cruise with Yukon, there is still one last chance. On selected dates over the winter you can get a group of family and friends together for a sail.
Details and booking for groups here.



We are planning to complete the circumnavigation we started 10 years ago sailing from Denmark to Tasmania.
The voyage from Tasmania back to Denmark is planned departure the 4th of September 2021.
The voyage is divided into 11 legs for voyage crew/ extra crew/ core crew to join.
The route goes via the Australian East Coast – Indonesia – Malaysia – India – The Red Sea – The Suez Canal – The Mediterranean Sea – The Atlantic coast – Denmark July 2022
Details Here.