Living on a boat requires careful food and supply planning, take the pressure off and leave catering up to a Whitsundays provisioning company.
For a beautiful snorkelling stopover, secluded overnight anchorage or walk with spectacular views don’t look past adding Border Island to your itinerary.
Shute Harbour is the closest mainland port to the Islands with the nearest anchorage 30 minutes away. Visiting Shute is like being on a beautiful Whitsunday Island; it’s as close to nature as you can get – the fishing is great too!
Ever wanted to sail the world but didn’t know how to make it happen? Be inspired by the story of Lukim Yu, a Lagoon 380, who has just returned to our fleet.
Beyond the thrill, sailing offers a myriad of health benefits that contribute to both physical and mental well-being. And science agrees!
If you’re free to sail the Whitsundays at any time of year, don’t go past these three lesser-known but still fantastic time periods.
Each season in the Whitsundays offers its unique attractions so there is never a bad time to visit the Whitsundays
Have you booked your Whitsundays bareboat charter? Now it’s time to prepare for your trip of a lifetime.
Going away on holiday for Christmas isn’t for everyone, but it does have some perks.
If you are planning to cruise the Whitsundays onboard a yacht or catamaran, check out this list of 20 spots our past guests rave about.
The 74 tropical islands in the Whitsundays are one of Australia’s most famous natural attractions, an idyllic destination for those who want to snorkel, swim, sail, relax or soak up an island resort.
Location, facilities, personalised services & outstanding reputation are some of the things to look for when choosing a Whitsundays yacht charter company.
The best anchorages in the Whitsundays feature attractions such as snorkelling, sunsets and great views.
Looking for safe and well protected anchorages? Here’s our guide to the top five in the Whitsundays.
Humpback Whales migrate to the Whitsundays Islands to have their babies making the shelterd, tropical waters of Whitsundays one of the best places in the world for whale watching.
Winter in the Whitsundays is a fantastic time of year. The weather is warm, and the Whitsunday region is abuzz with festivals, whales and the Hamilton Island / Airlie Beach race weeks.
Sailing in Australia is a fantastic way to experience the ocean lifestyle this vast continent is famous for. Whether your are an Aussie wanting to explore our coastlines or an overseas visitor interested in adding a sailing adventure to your Itinerary, the rugged,...
Navigation in the Whitsundays is relatively simple. In this post, we’ll outline the basics of navigating, the navigation tools which come with a bareboat and spots to watch out for as you cruise the Whitsundays.