Sea Charter Boat Operators of Tasmania

Our members are proud to be able to invite you on some of the most exciting and exhilarating adventures you will ever experience.




SCBOOT (Sea Charter Boat Operators Of Tasmania) is the peak representative organisation for those involved in providing salt water, marine charter boat tourism orientated activities.

Our members offer a range of services in the following areas:

Fishing Charters

World-class game fishing along the east and south coast of Tasmania. SCBOOT members offer you more fishing time, expert knowledge, fantastic service and quality fishing gear, but most of all, an enjoyable days fishing. Species by season.

Dive Tours

Scuba diving is available throughout the year. Whether you’re a seasoned scuba diver or a beginning snorkeler, Tasmania offers a whole other world to explore under the sea. From Kelp Forests on the East Coast to exploring the many shipwreck sites around Tasmania’s coast.

Eco Tourism

View whales, seals porpoises, seabirds, in their natural environment, all year round. Southern right whales and humpbacks pass Bruny Island – near Tasmania’s southern tip – between May and July, and again from September to December, with some taking refuge in Adventure Bay.


SCBOOT's Industry Code of Conduct is for all Tasmanian marine charter operators, and sets out voluntary guidelines and standards of behaviour for responsible practices with a view to ensuring the effective conservation, management and development of resources, with due respect for the ecosystem and biodiversity. The Code of Conduct Promotes The ecologically sustainable development of the marine charter industry, and the sustainable use of living aquatic resources and their environments. The adoption of the world’s best practice, in the marine charter industry ensuring all operations conform in line with the relevant regulations, our customers’ requirements and conservation principles. The Code recognises the interests of all those parts of the community involved with fisheries and takes into account their economic, social, institutional and cultural conditions, the biological characteristics of the resources and the environment. The Code of Conduct is currently being upgraded and will be available from this site in the near future.


  • Steve Cooper
  • Pirates Bay Charters
  • 0419 399 327
  • No website


 Below are some examples of our member's happy clients.

If you have any questions about our organisation or would like to become a member of SCBOOT, please use the form below or alternatively speak to one of our contacts.

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      President: Brett Sharp 0407 012 000 Secretary: Michael Kent 0437 246 956