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Go bareboating in the Whitsundays with Queensland Weekender

By on August 19th, 2016

When is it on?  Saturday 20th August 5.30pm, repeating on 7Two Saturday 27th August 1pm.

Jess Skarratt got a taste of bareboating in the Whitsundays when she got to experience our brand new Seawind 1160 3 Lite with a small group of friends.

From bushwalking on South Molle Island, to snorkelling over the amazing coral in Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island with a host of friendly tropical fish, and watching the sunset from Stonehaven Anchorage over deserted Langford Island sand cay, with a fresh cheese platter and glass of wine… sound good?

You can enjoy this incredible experience too. It’s actually pretty easy, anyone can do it. All you need is a little boating knowledge and a sense of adventure – you don’t actually need a licence! We have sailing boats and power boats, that sleep from 2 – 12 people per boat, so there’s a charter boat for everyone.

Where can you go? There’s a huge cruising area around the Whitsunday Islands that takes in all the famous spots like Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet, many resort islands, deserted islands, excellent reefs for snorkelling or scuba diving, and dozens of protected bays and anchorages where you can have a very peaceful night’s sleep. Check out our Interactive Map for some ideas of where to go.

If exploring the Whitsunday Islands at your own pace, in your own time, sounds like something you might enjoy, send us an enquiry today!

 

Want to experience bareboating for yourself?

Book a charter yacht in the Whitsundays to explore the islands. see our fleet, and where you can go.