ZigZag Whitsundays

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ZigZag Whitsundays Day tour of the Whitsunday Islands includes two beaches, Whitehaven Beach and another, two snorkel locations and a resort.

ZigZag is a 39 foot Naiad with four engines totaling 1200 horsepower. This gives them a cruising speed of 24 knotts and a top speed of 48 knotts. This makes the vessel a fast, yet extremely comfortable ride allowing guests of all ages and adventure levels to participate.

Their full day tour of the Whitsundays takes 36 guests and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon snacks. You will be supplied with stinger suits and snorkeling equipment onboard the boat.

Activities

  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

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ZigZag Whitsundays

Your tour with ZigZag Whitsundays day trip will depart from Abell Point Marina at 8.30am. From the marina, you will head out to the Whitsunday Islands for a snorkel at one of the sheltered bays filled with coral and tropical fish. Next, you will visit Whitehaven beach where you will be served lunch and have plenty of time to explore Australia’s number one beach.

Taking off for the next location you will head over to another snorkel location which has a beautiful beach to relax on. On the way home, you will be stopping at a secret island resort for 45-minutes where you will get the opportunity for a cold cocktail, beer or orange juice and a look around this amazing tropical resort before you head back to Abell Point Marina for a 5pm arrival.

Indicative rates

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$105 $175

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