Avatar is the only Queensland commercial sailing trimaran in the Whitsundays Islands. 2 Day, 2 Night Sailing Experience
Avatar is the only Queensland commercial sailing trimaran in the Whitsundays Islands. What does this mean for you? Minimal lean while sailing and maximum deck space with nets for sun-baking. You can soak up the stunning World Heritage-listed Whitsunday Islands and fringing Great Barrier Reef Marine Park while taking in the sun’s rejuvenating rays, never feeling overcrowded, just the way it’s meant to be.
Avatar caters to guests of all ages and the young at heart. She sleeps 26 guests and three crew in a mixture of open plan bunks and private doubles (please find the layout below). All meals are freshly prepared onboard and include spaghetti Bologna, beef tacos, fresh meats, salads, breads, fruits, dips and crackers plus loads more! You won’t go hungry!
Avatar Whitsundays is truly a sailing specialist. Two-day, two-night tours of the Whitsunday Islands can include Whitehaven Beach, Hook Island, Hayman Island, Border Island and Whitsunday Island, with snorkelling stops at Luncheon Bay, Caves Cove, Blue Pearl Bay plus plenty of other awesome locations. Snorkelling equipment, stinger suits/wetsuits are all included.
Avatar is one of the fastest, most high-tech racing yachts ever to be offered for charter in Australia, so if your taste is for the extreme side, this is the boat to be on.
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 11:30am. From there we sail across the Whitsunday Passage to the top end of hook island for a 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 and spend about three hours discovering this magic Queensland spot.
After that we sail to the next snorkel spot.
After this the skipper will decide on more swimming, to settle on a beach for the sunset or a sunset sail, then to encourage for the night.
Next morning we sail all the way home to Airlie, on the way home the skipper will look at an additional snorkel, swim or to stop off at a secluded beach.