Aroona Luxury Boat Charters

Yorkeys Knob, Cairns Area

Aroona is a 22 meter/70 foot Outer Reef Motoryacht that stands out from the rest, boasting three spacious deck levels and luxurious accommodation for extended charters. However she is also your perfect platform for a one day charter to the Great Barrier Reef, an important corporate function, birthday celebrations or any special event.

Aroona operates out of Cairns and Port Douglas. Available for private charters to many destination including the Whitsunday Islands, Lizard Island, Ribbons Reef, Osprey Reef, remote northern locations including Princess Charlotte Bay and Cape York are just to name a few.
Captain Ross Miller and his experienced crew are able to offer personalised assistance to guest’s ultimate activities in adventure on the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkelling, scuba diving, kitesurfing, stand up paddle boards, photography, big game fishing and more….

The destinations and activities are up to you but our experienced Captain and crew will guide you to achieve the most memorable private charter imaginable ….
.. affordable luxury cruising in tropical paradise

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Activities

  • Birdwatching
25-29 Buckley Street
Yorkeys Knob Marina
Yorkeys Knob, Cairns Area
Queensland
Australia

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Aroona Luxury Boat Charters operates out of Yorkeys Knob Marina Cairns. Aroona offers day and extended overnight trips. Whether you like to be adventurous and enjoy the Great Barrier Reef from below the surface on scuba or above the surface upon a kite board or standup paddle board, perhaps you like to fish for barramundi in the Gulf of Carpenteria or relax whilst cruising through spectacular Islands. Whatever your appetite for life Aroona Luxury Boat Charters can tailor a trip to suit you.

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