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Solway Lass Whitsundays - Accommodation and Cabin Plans

a room with a large mirror

Solway Lass Guest Corridor

The cabins lead off either side of the corridor. When Solway Lass was refitted for Whitsunday sailing adventures, the idea was to create a feel of old-world charm, befitting of an authentic century-old Tall Ship.

We are pretty confident that when you get on board Solway Lass you will feel that you have been transported backwards in time. Note also in this photo, the headroom inside Solway Lass is well over 2 metres. While guest cabins are small, they are comfortable for sleeping.

a bedroom with a bed and a chair in a room

Four (4) Share Cabin

Solway Lass has 3 x four share guest cabins and 1 x six share guest cabin.

Beds have reading lamps above them.

a double bed in a room

Double/Twin Cabins Ensuite

Double/Twin Ensuite Cabins have a toilet and shower cubicle. In the cabin area are a hand basin and mirror.

Double Ensuite Cabin can be extended to accommodate a family of four. The top single bed is extended to make another double for the children.  A ladder provides ease of access.

While the cabin is not massive, there is enough room to be comfortable and get a good night’s rest after a busy day on Solway Lass.


Food is a key integral element in any holiday. On Solway Lass, we pride ourselves on preparing fresh ingredients, sourced locally and catering for all passengers. You’ll never go hungry as the crew will ask you if you want more every time.

a bunch of food on a table


Our small but well-stocked bar becomes the focal point for yarns and travellers’ tales around sunset and dinner time each night. Enjoy a range of beers, wine, and cocktails made for you onboard. Special requests can be catered for, with notice.