Embark on a mesmerizing journey to the Whitsundays and discover the awe-inspiring beauty of the Great Barrier Reef while aboard your luxurious superyacht.
Unveiled in March 2019 by the prestigious Sunseeker yard, this striking new 35-meter luxury yacht has been custom designed for unparalleled experiences in the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
With an interior layout meticulously crafted to offer supreme comfort, this luxury Whitsundays charter yacht can graciously host between 10 to 12 guests in five lavish cabins. These accommodations include a full-beam master suite on the main deck, two double cabins, and two twin cabins. The yacht is thoughtfully equipped with a crew of up to 5 to ensure an effortless and opulent yachting experience.
Enjoy cruising the Whitsundays and discovering remote reef sites, secluded beaches and experience the iconic Whitehaven Beach. Cruise the islands from the comfort of the multiple entertainment areas, sun bed and unwind in the jacuzzi after a day snorkelling.
Whitsundays Charter Yacht
Liveaboard private yacht charter: 10-12 guests
Private Yacht Charter Accommodation
Enjoy luxury accommodation onboard ensuring a lavish experience for up to 10-12 guests across 5 meticulously designed cabins. On the main deck, you’ll discover the exquisite full-beam master suite, offering a private sanctuary of serenity and indulgence. Additionally, there are two spacious double cabins and two twin cabins, all thoughtfully crafted to provide a restful haven for every guest.
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This yacht can be relocated to another destination for your charter subject to availability and relocation fees.
DAY ONE | Hamilton Island
Guests can fly in to the gorgeous airport located on Hamilton Island, or Abell Point Marina is another great boarding location, located within 40 km of Proserpine's landing strip.
Board in Hamilton Island Marina after your Crew welcomes you with the traditional island buggy or air-conditioned vehicle. Hamilton Island is the largest inhabited island of the Whitsundays, although it only spans over 5km2. The option is also there for you to cruise around to Perseverance Reef or Dent Island (home of one of Australia's most prestigious gold courses): a first swim and snorkel in the heavenly blue ocean, followed by sunset canapes in a sheltered bay.
DAY TWO | Hamilton Island > Neck Bay
Located in the Lindeman Group, Neck Bay is a Captain’s favourite and likely your first secluded experience of the Whitsundays. Fantastic snorkeling is renowned along the coast, tucked between Shaw and Lindeman Island.
When you step out of the warm ocean water, take a walk across the bay and the "neck" from west to east, sprawl on a secluded beach covered by unusually polished shells and coral varieties. After a beach barbecue and natural sand body massages, we will be spending the night at anchor sheltered here in Neck Bay.
DAY THREE | The Narrows and Cid Island
Waking up to admire a tropical sunrise, we will make our way West towards Long Island. An exclusive passage, cruising the Long Island Sound will immerse you in lush bushland descending into the ocean and creating the perfect colour palette.
Continue onto Cid Island, where kayaking through the mangrove is a popular activity in the afternoon. Katoomba Bank, on the North of the island sets scene for some jaw-dropping sunsets, before we anchor in front of Hill Rock Reef or Cid Harbour for a quiet evening and overnight.
DAY FOUR | Whitsunday and Hook Islands
Start your day with a fitness kick, walking up the trail to the Whitsunday Peak. The hike is approximately 1.5 hour to the peak before soaking in the spectacular 360-degree views over Cid Harbour. Heading back on board, watersports enthusiasts can enjoy an afternoon of fun along the west coast of Whitsunday Island where jetskis and other motorised watercrafts are authorised.
We then cruise on to Hook Island for our next overnight shelter. Separated from Whitsunday Island by a narrow, deep passage, Hook Island combines a “wilderness” styled resort with soul-refreshing forest walks, pure blue waters and white silica beaches. The faint Aboriginal rock art at Nara Inlet, created by the original Ngaro people, draws you back in time and through years of history of the original Owners of the land. Nara Inlet also features a stunning 30 minute walk leading to breathtaking views.
DAY FIVE | Hayman Island and the Outer Reef
We depart Hook Island towards Langford Island or Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island. The western area of Langford Island reveals a sandbank which appears at low tide, and is a great spot for a beach barbecue. Blue Pearl Bay on the other hand will offer some of the best swimming and snorkeling surrounded by rich coral life. After lunch, we head back towards Hook Island to explore the Northern tip: Butterfly Bay’s underwater world is covered in coral outcrops and rubble with shallow walls, and populated by many small colourful reef fish species.
Depending on the general feeling on board, the option is to make our way towards the Outer Reef for our first night in the wide open ocean. Rendezvous diving is organised for the next morning, or your dive guide will be recounting his reef stories over dinner that night. 30 nm (approximately 3 hours) will take us to Hardy Reef just before the night falls, where we will safely anchor.
DAY SIX | Hardy Reef and Hook Reef
These are pretty unusual views to have breakfast around! Time to go diving and discover what the Australian outer reef is all about. There is spectacular fish life with Trevally, Coral Trout, Snapper and a host of smaller marine life as well as Giant Maori Wrasse and a two metre long Giant Queensland Groper that usually congregate for a free feed. Snorkeling is excellent, as is diving off nearby drop-offs where you'll find turtles, reef sharks and barracuda amongst a myriad of other intriguing reef species.
If air is more your element, take off on a helicopter or seaplane tour which will reveal the world-famous and most photographed Heart Reef. Experience the vertical waterfalls with our tenders, which appear when the tide lowers by 2 to 3 meters.
Our second night on the reef should allow for a fun themed dinner organised by the crew on board, for you to rewind the day and maybe watch a slideshow of all the wonderful photos. If some of the guests are lucky, trawling on the way from Hook Reef resulted in freshly cooked fish!
DAY SEVEN & EIGHT | Dumbell Island > Whitehaven Beach > Hamilton Island
It is time to make our way back to civilisation. We will first reach Dumbell Island, populated by a wide diversity of birds including sea eagles who can be fed off the aft deck.
6nm further south appears the first signs that the world-famous Whitehaven is approaching. Before reaching this unique and sought-after sight, take a hike up Hill Inlet and indulge in the astonishing views: the inlet below you is a striking mix of aqua and white swirls as the island's famed sands shift through the waters, creating beautiful patterns. Your yacht will anchor, and let you experience the silica sand with its tenders. The fine sand particles are great for polishing jewellery!
We anchor here for the evening, and cruise to Hamilton Island just around the corner for our last morning on board. Maybe a last meal ashore with your Captain and crew is a beautiful way to recount all the memories.
As per private charter agreement
January - December
Advanced Provisioning Allowance (APA)
Please note for Hamilton Island disembarkation there is an additional mooring fee.
All cancellations must be in writing. Please note that all cancellations will incur an administration fee. Please see our terms and conditions for details prior to booking.
Operator’s Cancellation Policy:
As per charter agreement
As per charter agreement
Prices are AUD, per charter and include all levies fees and taxes.
Tour Code: 1130