Spoil yourself and have your provisioning delivered to your boat and enjoy the afternoon at Sorrento's Restaurant, Abell Point Marina.
Nara Inlet offers great protection and is a great spot to catch up with other boaties.
Moor your boat at Blue Pearl Bay and snorkel with an array of colourful fish.
At hight tide explore the caves of Saba Bay.
Cocktails and fun to be had at Hamilton Island.
Set sail for Neck Bay and enjoy this pristine area.
Turtle Bay is a great area to have a paddle and spot some wildlife.
Cid Harbour is a great spot to down anchor for the evening and enjoy the peace.
Numerous anchorages and Islands to the North West up to Cape Gloucester.
Protected from all wind directions, Nara Inlet on Hook Island provides a calm anchorage. Take the short walk to the Ngaro Cultural Site and take in the view.
Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island is a fantastic spot to snorkel, go bush walking or relax and watch the sunset. It is a no fishing zone so the fish can be quite tame and keep an eye out for the huge Maori Wrasse.
Saba Bay on Hook Island is great to spot the turtles and snorkel on the excellent fringing reefs. With three beaches to choose from, giant clams to be found and water caves to explore, you won’t get bored.
At Hamilton Island you can top up with water, drop off garbage and restock. Explore the island by buggy, visit the yacht club or the swim-up-bar for drinks then head back to the boat for a quiet night.
Neck Bay on Shaw Island is an amazing untouched bay. A great place to spend the day on the beach and you’re likely to have all to yourselves for the night.
There are five beaches within Turtle Bay on Whitsunday Island, four of which can normally be accessed at low tide. It’s a great place to spot turtles and to explore in a kayak or a stand up paddle board.
Cid Harbour on Whitsunday Island is a great anchorage for your last night of charter. There are marine park tracks to the next to beach or take the hike up Whitsunday peak if you’re keen.