Where does Atlantic Clipper leave from?

The mighty Atlantic Clipper leaves the Marina at approximately 2.45pm and after an orientation briefing the two majestic sails are hoisted and we cruise across Whitsunday Passage past the Molle group of islands along the southern end of Hook Island to Hook Passage which is sandwiched between the two largest islands out …

How long is boat ride from Airlie Beach to Whitehaven?

Travel time from Airlie Beach to Whitehaven via boat ranges from just over one hour for high-speed vessels to around two hours for sailboats. If you are lucky enough to travel to Whitehaven Beach on a helicopter or seaplane adventure the trip time can be as little as 15 minutes if you fly directly there.

Is sailing Whitsundays legit?

Sailing Whitsundays is an established, renowned and accredited travel agency right here in the Whitsundays. Yes, we are legit! Established in 2002, we have decades of local experience connecting travellers with their dream holidays in a tropical paradise.

Can you get a boat to the Whitsundays?

There are numerous ferry crossings operating from Australia to Whitsunday Islands. Ferries currently connect 3 Ports in Australia with 2 Ports in Whitsunday Islands.

Can you get to Whitehaven Beach without a tour?

Hi Kel, You can only get to Whitehaven Beach for the day through an organised tour. Cruise Whitsundays have ferries which offer half day and full day tours to the beach. There are plenty of day tour options in the area, from sailing to rafts to fast catamarans.

What is the cheapest way to get to Whitehaven Beach?

What is the cheapest way to get from Airlie Beach to Whitehaven Beach? The cheapest way to get from Airlie Beach to Whitehaven Beach is to ferry which costs $60 and takes 1h 23m.

Can I take my boat to Whitehaven Beach?

Why Ocean Rafting tours are the best way to see the Whitsundays: Their boats are the ONLY BOATS ALLOWED inside Hill Inlet on Whitehaven Beach – HUGE PLUS.

Are there sharks in the Whitsundays?

The most common sharks around the Whitsunday islands are harmless reef sharks such as Whitetips, Blacktips and Wobbegongs (an aboriginal name meaning shaggy beard). It’s highly likely that when you meet a shark while snorkelling or diving, they will swim away.

Are there sharks at Whitehaven Beach?

Whitehaven Beach is perhaps best known for its dazzling white sand, crystal clear waters and perfect photographic opportunities, but is often a good place to see sharks. It’s home to both blacktip reef sharks and baby lemon sharks, which use the calm and shallow waters waters as a nursery.

Can anyone go to Whitehaven Beach?

Whitehaven Beach is just a thirty-minute trip on a high-speed catamaran, and Hamilton Island offers several Whitehaven Beach day trips and Whitehaven Beach tours. You can explore the beach via a helicopter or seaplane from the island, and can also sail to Whitehaven Beach on one of the island’s yachts.

Where can I not swim in the Whitsundays?

Stay away from swimming in deep waters and in particular never swim at Cid Harbour. Take note of the no swim signs in areas where larger sharks inhabit. It’s unlikely you will encounter a more dangerous shark while snorkelling in the shallow fringing reefs around the Islands.

What’s it like to sail the Whitsundays with the Clipper?

Perfect mix of sailing the Whitsundays on a big boat with slides, a trampoline, and a jacuzzi and discovering Whitehaven beach. Will be back! My trip on The Clipper was AMAZING! Everything from the crew, the boat, the food, the activities were even better than I expected!

What is the best Whitsundays boat tour?

The mighty Atlantic Clipper is the largest and one of the most social and lively overnight tours in the Whitsundays. Coming in at 111 feet and taking up to 54 passengers per trip, she’s the perfect vessel for adventurers looking to have the time of their life while exploring the Whitsunday Islands.

Is the Atlantic Clipper a good tour?

Recently went out on Atlantic Clipper and had a fantastic time. The crew are great at keeping everyone happy and the food was better than expected. Would highly recommend this tour to anyone thinking about travelling in the Whitsundays.

What is the cancellation policy at Mr travel/sailing Whitsundays?

Sailing Whitsundays/Mr Travel will treat this as any normal client cancellation and therefore the cancellation fees stated in the Client Cancellation Policy will apply. Thank you for booking with our East-Coast travel experts here at Mr Travel/Sailing Whitsundays.

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