Charter Yachts Australia

Indicative Rate * AU$520 to AU$1850

Discover true freedom when you skipper your own Charter Yachts Australia boat around the 74 Whitsunday Islands. No licence is required to charter, just some basic boat handling experience or a willingness to learn. Get your crew together, choose a boat and you’re on your way to sailing away on your own unique Whitsunday’s island adventure! Ideal for couples, families or groups of up to 10.

Cruise the pristine waters of the Great Barrier Reef Whitsundays Marine Park with Charter Yachts Australia and enjoy dozens of natural anchorages to snorkel or dive over some of the world's best living coral reefs teaming with marine life. Visit the world-renowned Whitehaven Beach or luxurious Island Resorts for fine dining, pampered spa treatments and beauty services. Alternatively, explore any of the spectacular bush-walking adventures on remote Islands of this ecological wonderland.

Charter Yachts Australia are centrally located at Abell Point Marina in Airlie Beach Queensland, serviced by both Hamilton Island and Proserpine airports. Regular flights from many Australian cities are scheduled daily. Simply contact your local travel agent, favourite airline or Charter Yachts Australia direct to organise your perfect cruise holiday.

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All yearDaily8:30am - 5pm

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Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Shop 10, Abell Point Marina
Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Area
Queensland
Australia

Our hire

Premium sailing catamaran includes two private queen size cabins, ensuite, one double aft cabin and full sized bathroom with an enclosed shower stall, toilet and separate vanity. Galley up facility with compact microwave, sink with separate lower galley providing an additional three burner cooktop, double sink and 70 litre freezer draw with upright 135 litre fridge. Cockpit raised helm station and fridge/freezer for outdoor entertaining. Walk through transom affords easy access on and off vessel.

Following the huge success and world acclaim of the Seawind 1160 the new Seawind 1250 includes many of its award winning features including tri-fold doors and twin steering station. The new design is longer, higher and beamier with dozens of new innovative and exciting features including a luxurious fitout with beautiful timber trims and spacious interior 360 degree visibility. This vessel has two private queen size berths, one with ensuite and two private double berths.

"Orsum" is just that, a big powerful motor cruiser with the space and capacity for the most extended family holiday. The vessel features a generator for 240 volt electricity on demand. This vessel is air-conditioned so summer may be tamed. the vessel also features a wheelchair ramp if required.

The Venturer 36, built by Seawind is a versatile midsize power cruiser. This boat has proven economical on the fuel whilst still keeping pace with the bigger powerboats. The flybridge steering station is weather protected and affords great views of the gorgeous surroundings. Near new Divocean even has 12 volt air-conditioning so no need to run a noisy generator to stay cool in summer! 4 Double cabins and two bathrooms.

"Top Cat" and "Paso Doble" Seawind 1000XL new models include transom extension, forward opening windows. Includes two double, two single berths and cockpit table converts to huge king size bed. Controls lead back to cockpit and to make things even easier there is a self-tacking jib and single line reefing. Loads of deck space vessel which is great for groups and couples. Easy access on and off the boat for diving and snorkelling.

Grainger are world famous for designing performance sailing cats. No Ties is no exception. With exceptional beam stability and spaciousness are both enhanced. Every modern convenience is included.

Cruise in the pristine Whitsundays Marine Park and enjoy dozens of natural anchorages; snorkel or dive over some of the worlds best living coral reefs. Visit Island resorts for fine dining, spectacular bush walking or pampering spa and beauty services.

The award winning Seawind 1160 was named best Catamaran by Cruising World magazine in America. Innovation is a key feature in this boat and the unique cockpit can be completely opened to the saloon making for an unrivalled outdoor living space. The boat has three private cabins and two bathrooms.

Built in Australia to suit their unique conditions, these huge catamaran features four double cabins and four bathrooms, with an additional berth in each of the forward cabins. The galley is upstairs next to the saloon with lots of fridge and bench space and leads directly to the entertaining area. The cockpit provides a large outdoor dining and lounging area and features the raised helm station, barbecue and easy access to the water or dinghy.

2009 Boat of the Year, Best All-Purpose Cruiser. The 375 is bigger in length and volume than any of the same size comparable models from other manufactures. Larger engine, real teak wood varnished interior, lead keel, large California cockpits with rail seats. The saloon features a drop-down table and navigation station. The U-shaped galley features a double sink, two-burner stove. Ideal for up to six people with two double cabins, one bathroom, dodger and bimini.

The Catalina 320 is perhaps the best small vessel available in the Whitsundays. Compact and easy to handle these boats provide space and comfort that is unprecedented. Excellent headroom and the largest fridges in the class Catalina 320 is ideal for one or two couples who don't need to spend a fortune for a larger boat.

This well presented 3 cabin version presents ample space for three couples or a large family. Varnished teak, ash and co-ordinated fabrics compliment the custom countertops and durable textured overhead, giving a feel of luxury while enjoying the comfortable sail with twin steering stations for the perfect helmsman perspective.

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