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From Airlie Beach: Whitsundays 3-Night Private Yacht Charter1 Reviews
Charter your own private yacht and see the best of the Whitsundays with a tailored itinerary. Explore Whitehaven Beach without the crowds, visit an indigenous cave, and snorkel in the reefs.
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- Sail and experience one of the best ten beaches in the world
- Snorkel on beautiful fringing reef and swim in crystal clear blue waters
- Take a guided bush walk to the breathtaking Hill Inlet Lookout
- Admire the indigenous artwork in a cave from the Ngaro people
- Cruise to remote areas of the Whitsundays across azure waters
DescriptionCruise around the Whitsunday Islands on this private 4-day charter from Airlie Beach. Discover a stunning array of marine life, snorkel in the best fringing reefs, see artwork from the First Nation in Ngaro Cave, and savor fresh seafood on board. Celebrate as you step on board with sunset nibbles and a glass of bubbles and set sail across the Whitsunday Passage for your first quiet anchorage away from the crowds. Settle into your cabins - all with en suites. Dine on deck under the stars from local cuisine (Barramundi, fresh salads, crusty bread, and NQ Tiger prawns - to name a few items on the menu). Make a walk up to the Ngaro Cave to see artworks from the Aboriginal peoples with many interpretations of their lives. Then, head for Whitehaven depending on the winds and the tides, and spend the morning or afternoon luxuriating in the white silicate sand and splashing around in the turquoise waters in sheltered bays. Visit the best spots to see Manta rays and walk up to the Hill Inlet lookout to see why Whitehaven Beach has been voted one of the best 10 beaches in the world. Savor lunch on board, before heading off to your first snorkeling spot. Spend the afternoon sailing and relaxing. Drop anchor on a quiet second night and a snorkel with your guide. Feed George the Maori Wrasse and swim alongside. The next morning depending on wind and tide head for more snorkeling spots and beach time at Langford spit. Finally, on day 4, set sail homeward bound across the Whitsunday Passage back to Airlie Beach.
IncludesSnorkeling gear All food Linen/towels wetsuits or stinger suits (depending on season) Paddleboards Chilled water
- Environmental Management Charge (EMC) is a government reef tax used to conserve the Great Barrier Reef which has been exposed to major bleaching. Climate change continues to be the major threat to the reef. Whitsunday Sailing is required by law to collect this tax on behalf of the GBRMPA - (Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority) Queensland Parks & Wildlife also charges for entering national parks in the marine park. This is a mandatory tax of $10.00 pp per day (including children) which is payable at the time of boarding. (Extended sails over 3 days are capped at the 3 day charge).