For a truly unique experience on board a legend, join us on a two-day/one-night Whitsundays sailing adventure in Queensland
For a truly unique experience on board a legend, join us on a two-day/one-night Whitsundays sailing adventure in Queensland. Through the Whitsunday Islands to Whitehaven Beach and the best snorkelling spots the islands have to offer.
If you’re up for a sailing adventure or simply looking for a relaxing time in the newly acclaimed ‘Best destination in Australia,’ book your sailing cruise now on Matador Whitsundays to explore this tropical paradise.
With the majority of travellers between 20 – 40 years of age, Matador caters to adventurers all ages, welcoming families and people from all walks of life on an unforgettable experience.
Enjoy the best local produce from the Whitsunday Islands, ranging from delicious roast chicken to crunchy salads and tropical fruit, all freshly prepared by our cook. Sitting on Matador Whitsundays’ massive deck, slowing sipping cool refreshments whilst watching the sun slowing sinking in a haze of orange, is the best way to close out a beautiful day.
As the yacht drifts off in preparation for the next day’s exploring, experience the beauty of the ocean glistening in the moonlight with waves gently lapping at the keel to provide a serenade to gently rock you to sleep.
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The itinerary for the trips is generally left up the the skipper, to choose the best conditions for the day. But this is a rough guide:
After picking the guests up we leave at around 8:30am. From there we sail across the Whitsunday Passage to the top end of hook island for a snorkel and an additional snorkel .
After this we move to the anchorage for the evening getting there around 5:30pm.
First thing the next morning we go to Whitehaven Beach, Queensland and spend about three hours discovering this magic spot.
After that we sail to the next snorkel spot.
After this the skipper will decide on more swimming, to settle on a secluded beach before sailing back home to Airlie.