Chance Bay, Whitsunday Island. There are two great beaches accessible at most tides. Snorkel the bay or take the bush walk to Whitehaven Beach.
Stop off at Tongue Point to do the Hill Inlet bushwalk for amazing views of Whitehaven Beach. Then off to Chance Bay for the night.
Hamilton Island Marina welcomes bareboat charters. Top up on supplies, enjoy the swim-up pool bar, dine out in one of many restaurants.
Saba Bay, Hook Island. Explore the beaches and spot the turtles. Excellent snorkelling on the fringing reefs.
Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island. It is a fantastic spot to snorkel, go bush walking or relax and watch the sunset.
Cid Harbour on Whitsunday Island, is a well protected anchorage. Explore the beach or fish the mangroves at high tide. For the adventurous, there is a big walk to the peak with amazing views – take water and your camera.
Tongue Bay to check out the Hill Inlet lookout over Whitehaven Beach. Then onto Chance Bay on Whitsunday Island has two great beaches accessible at most tides.
Plantation Bay on Lindeman Island is a pristine area that is seldom visited. Although the resort is closed, there are some great beaches to snorkel and bush walks to explore.
At Hamilton Island you can top up with water, drop off your garbage and restock. You can use the resort facilities for the day, do some activities and enjoy a restaurant meal.
You may anchor at Beach 25 for the night if you do not want to stay in the marina.
Saba Bay on Hook Island is great to explore the beaches and spot the turtles. Excellent snorkelling on the fringing reefs. There are three beaches to choose from, giant clams to be found or explore the water caves in the eastern bay.
The beach at Langford Island has access at most tides and moorings are available. Good snorkelling from the beach or explore the sand spit at low tide.
Blue Pearl Bay on Hayman Island. It is a fantastic spot to snorkel, go bush walking or relax and watch the sunset. It is a no fishing zone so fish can be quite tame and keep an eye out for the giant Maori Wrasse.
Be sure to put the trolling line out as you may catch dinner on the way! Take care with navigation into Stonehaven due to the fringing reef and coral heads. There are plenty of moorings available, good snorkelling and great sunsets.
Protected from all wind directions Nara Inlet on Hook Island provides a calm anchorage for your last night. You can take a short walk to the Aboriginal caves to learn about the local indigenous Ngaro people.