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Snorkel, use the stand-up paddleboards or go for a bushwalk – there is something for everyone on this Whitsundays sailing trip.
2 day / 2 night Catamaran Sailing on Adventurer
- Trip Styles: Budget
Experience the best of the Whitsundays including Whitehaven Beach, snorkelling and paddleboarding.
Come aboard our comfortable modern sailing catamaran for a small group adventure in the Whitsundays. Our most popular 2 day Whitsunday cruises from Airlie Beach.
Explore the islands, including time to relax at the magnificent Whitehaven Beach, walk to the famous Hill Inlet Lookout and experience two snorkelling stops on the fringing coral reefs which extend right from the edge of the Islands.
The Catamaran is 12 metres long which offers plenty of space to relax on deck, all with a permanently shaded deck area and comfortable accommodation.
Relax in our heated spa, the perfect way to warm up after your water activities of snorkelling or paddleboarding. Plus the prime location to enjoy a cold beverage in and stargaze in the evening.
At night we turn on the underwater blue lights that attract a variety of marine species, including dolphins!
The perfect 2 night Whitsunday cruise for families, couples and singles. Perfect for everyone.
Adventurer Catamaran Sailing
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Our travellers often combine this trip with some of these trips:
What To Bring
Important Booking Info
- Visit Whitehaven Beach
- Hike to Hill inlet lookout point
- Stand-up paddle-boards
- Heated spa on deck
- Snorkle fringing coral reefs
Essential things to pack
- Bathers/towel (beach towel)
- Hat & sunscreen
- Motion sickness tablets
- Water bottle
- Warm clothing
- Waterproof jacket
- Insect repellent
Important Booking Info
- Our 3 private Doubles cabins are shared bathroom or book onto one of our 14 single bunks on board.
- Family friendly Whitsunday sailing adventure for those over 3 years old.
Can I bring my own drinks on the boat?
You can bring you own alcohol as this vessel is not licensed. Please no glass bottles or red wine.
Adventurer is BYO which is great, so pick up a few bottles of wonderful Australian wine to enjoy under the stars in the evening
How much luggage can I bring?
Please pack in a small soft sided bag. No hard/suitcases or large backpacks. We do not have luggage storage. Cabins on our Whitsundays sailing boats are pretty compact- so take as little as you possibly can on board. You can store luggage at your hotel or hostel in Airlie Beach. In a cabin baggage size bag bring; enough clothes for the duration of your trip, swimwear, a towel, light footwear such as flip-flips/thongs or slides, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, and camera.
What time does my sailing adventure start?
Check in by 7.00pm the day prior day of departure at Shop 1, 4 Airlie Esplanade, Airlie Beach, Queensland, Australia. Tour departs the Coral Sea Marina Resort at 3pm.
Where can I store my luggage during my trip?
There are luggage storage facilities in Airlie Beach or you may be able to store your luggage at your hotel or accommodation.
Do we need to bring snorkel equipment, or is it provided onboard?
We provide a mask, snorkel and stinger suit for every person on the trip included in the price. We do not provide fins. We do provide life jackets, and other flotation devices on request if needed.
All our tours are eco-certified, and for us to keep in line with the regulations set out by this certification, we do everything we can to limit the amount of damage to the coral. We found, through years of experience, that giving people fins drastically increased the damage occurring to the coral.
A stinger suit is a thin wetsuit appropriate for the warmer water here in the Whitsundays. They are designed to help protect you against stingers and from the sun while you snorkel.
What meals will I eat on the boat?
All meals and snacks are included for the duration of your trip. Our crew freshly prepares each meal for you to enjoy using locally sourced, seasonal fruits and vegetables. Usually served buffet style; you can choose to eat anywhere onboard. Meals are a great communal time to get to know your fellow travellers.
A typical menu includes continental-style breakfasts, a filling lunch made up of build-your-own rolls, and two different salads plus accompaniments. Two delicious and hearty dinners, usually home-cooked style meals with salads and side dishes.
There will be snacks and afternoon nibbles, and tea and coffee available throughout the trip.