A bareboating holiday in the Whitsunday Islands is bucket list worthy! No formal sailing
qualifications are required, not even a boat license.
Our crew picked up a 44-foot catamaran from Go Bareboating! at Abell Point Marina in Airlie Beach.
Visitors can spend a week exploring Whitsunday Island alone. It’s the largest in the group.
Sail from Abel Point Marina to overnight at Cid Harbour. Take a walk up to the top of
Whitsunday Peak for 360-degree views of the island. Then enjoy a BBQ back onboard while taking in a magic Whitsunday sunset.
Cid Harbour to Hamilton Island. Overnight at Hamilton Island Marina. Enjoy sunset cocktails at One Tree Hill with amazing 360-degree views.
Hamilton Island to Whitehaven. Anchor at Tongue Bay. Jump in the tender and explore
dazzling Whitehaven Beach. Take a walk up to Hill Inlet to the most photographed spot in Qld.
Whitehaven to Hook Island. Anchor overnight at Butterfly Bay, one of the best snorkeling spots. It’s a popular spot offering coral outcrops with plenty of pretty fish.
Butterfly Bay to Nara Inlet. Explore the little beaches that dot the banks of the inlet. Discover the Ngaro Cultural Site featuring ancient coastal cave paintings.
Nara Inlet back to base. Return your catamaran to Go Bareboating! and book your next trip!