Great Barrier reef tours, sail, snorkel and explore the beautiful Whitsunday Islands for two full days and a night on-board. A legendary racing yacht coupled with an experienced crew speeds you around the hot spots for you to enjoy an action-packed Great Barrier Reef sailing tour.
An Airlie Beach sailing adventure like no other awaits you on one of Australia's legendary racing yachts.
Top spots of the spectacular Whitsunday Islands are revealed over two full days and a night aboard this 75-foot maxi yacht with only 18 guests in dorm style open plan rooms.
You can also take the wheel, hoist the sails and grind the winches, if you want.
The liveaboard yachts experienced crew ensures fast and safe passage while generous deck space showcases the awesome scenery for those who prefer to spend their days topside.
On many of the Whitsunday islands, coral reefs grow right from the beach making snorkelling easily accessible including Hook Island’s Luncheon Bay and Hayman Island’s Blue Pearl Bay.
Pass through Hook Passage, sail right up into the narrow, fjord-like Nara Inlet of Hook Island and explore Whitsunday Island.
Highlights include walking across Whitehaven Beach’s pristine white sand to view the aqua waters of Australia’s most photographed beach and a guided bush walk to famous Hill Inlet Lookout.
Australian yachting legend Hammer offers an amazing sailing adventure for 18 guests keen to see as much of the Whitsundays as possible in a short period of time.
Leaving from Airlie Beach’s Coral Sea Marina, (Formerly Abell Point Marina), the spectacular Whitsunday Islands’ iconic spots are revealed over two full days and a night aboard this 75-foot maxi, renowned for five consecutive placings in the world-famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
Covering around 160km, the Hammer maxi yacht visits many of the Whitsundays’ iconic destinations.
These include crossing the Whitsunday Passage, going around the southern side of Hook Island and sailing right up into a picturesque vista, the narrow, fjord-like and heavily wooded Nara Inlet.
Passing through Hook Passage, heading to the north-east of Whitsunday Island, passengers land at stunning Whitehaven Beach to take in more picturesque views from lookouts.
Mantaray Bay is great for snorkelling as is Blue Pearl Bay’s coral beach on Hayman Island before passing North Molle Island on the return to Abell Point Marina at Airlie Beach.
Though the itinerary may vary, beautiful scenery and beaches are always very much a part of the journey.
Swim the Whitsundays’ sparkling clear water and view pristine white beaches.
At Whitehaven Beach, be guided on a bush walk to one of Australia’s most photographed vistas at Hill Inlet Lookout.
Keep those cameras handy as from beaches, at a variety of snorkelling and dive spots as well as observing from the boat, diverse Australian marine life to be seen (some seasonal) includes whales, manta rays, lemon sharks, sting rays, soldier crabs, lots of fish, many turtles and dolphins, the latter being spotted often at night.
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Boarding 9:00am for departure 9.30am - Return 3.30pm
January - December
Departs each Tuesday and Saturday at 9.30am
3 Days - 2 Nights
Minimum age 12 years
All cancellations must be in writing.
Please note that all cancellations will incur an administration fee.
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Prices are AUD, per adult and include all levies fees and taxes.
Tour Code: 410