Sleep aboard you boat at Abell Point Marina and undwind from your travels with a night out in Airlie Beach.
Whitehaven Beach is simply stunning and a great spot for an afternoon swim and play on the beach.
Butterfly Bay on Hook Island is a great place to snorkel with plenty of fish and marine life to see.
After you drop anchor at Cid Harbour on Whitsunday Island, put on some music on and open the bubbly. Take the dinghy ashore and tackle the Whitsunday Peak bushwalk or just soak in the atmosphere and enjoy the Sunset. There is always tomorrow to do the walk if you are keen.
Stop at Cateran Bay on Border Island where there is good snorkelling and free moorings to use before heading to Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island to spend the night. Explore the 7km of beach, swim in the crystal clear waters or just relax.
Neck Bay on Shaw Island is a great anchorage to enjoy the peace and quite as you will generally have this spot to yourselves. Relax on the beach or take a short walk to the other side of island and explore.
At Hamilton Island you can top up with water, drop off garbage and restock. Explore the island by buggy, visit the yacht club or swim-up pool bar for drinks then head back to the boat for a quiet night… or head out and party the night away.
Protected from all wind directions, Nara Inlet on Hook Island provides a calm anchorage. Take the short walk to the Ngaro Tribe Cultural Site and take in the view.
Butterfly Bay on Hook Island has excellent snorkelling and abundant marine life. Head to the coral beach to explore the island or relax on your boat. If this anchorage is too busy for your liking, any of the Northern anchorages on Hook Island are worth a look.
Stonehaven Bay on Hook Island is a magical place to see your final Whitsundays sunset! There are plenty of moorings available and good snorkelling around the bay.