70km of pristine coastline
Home to 100,000ha of nature reserves and World Heritage sites
Reefs and Island to Explore
Famous Tangalooma Wrecks
As Australia’s tourism destination of choice the Gold Coast continues to raise the bar. The city is steering ahead as one of the best lifestyle destinations in the world by progressively innovating in new attractions while leveraging its stunning natural environment. Whether you are visiting the Gold Coast from the other side of the world, or you are visiting from the other side of Australia, the Gold Coast offers endless opportunities for adventure. It is the Gold Coast’s natural landscape – which includes 57 kilometres of coastline and 21,000 hectares of rainforest – that separates it from all major cities around the globe. With world-class waves, unparalleled scenic spots, a dynamic cultural offering, exclusive retail meccas, hinterland wonderlands and continually evolving tourism infrastructure, the Gold Coast is a nomad’s dream. Not far from the Gold Coast, Moreton Island “The Gem of South East Queensland” is one of the best experiences that Australia has to offer. Brisbane is fortunate in having on its doorstep one of Australia’s largest sand islands, making Moreton Island perfect for that much needed getaway. Moreton Island delivers amazing scenery, massive sand dunes, glassy lakes, rocky outcrops, wild forest, beautiful beaches and a lonely lighthouse – you name it, Moreton Island has it!
Great Barrier Reef
World’s largest coral reef ecosystem
3000 coral reefs, 600 continental islands, 300 coral cays
Stretches for 2,600km from northern tip of Queensland to just north of Bundaberg
30 species of whale, dolphin, and porpoise
6 species of turtle
17 species of sea snake
More than 1,500 species of fish – incredibly, 10% of the world’s fish species inhabit the Great Barrier Reef.
The Great Barrier Reef is breathtaking to behold – and so is its size and scope. A vast interplay of ecosystems and their inhabitants, the reef is home to around 600 types of hard and soft corals. Hard corals form the ‘backbone’ of the reef, providing a living home for a huge range of marine animals, from fish and molluscs to plankton and algae. There are an array of islands to stop & explore, above and below water including the stunning Lady Elliot & Lady Musgrave Islands at the Southern end of the year all the way to Lizard & Green Island at the top!
Home to one of the Top 5 Beaches in the World – Whitehaven Beach
Australia’s largest cluster of offshore islands
Experience the Whitsundays all year round
The Whitsundays are made up of 74 Island Wonders, on the beautiful tropical coast of Queensland, Australia. Right in the Heart of the Great Barrier Reef, a visit to the Whitsundays is a feast for the senses. The stunning natural landscapes of coast and islands are dotted with secluded beaches and friendly towns. Whether you choose to base yourself on the coast or on the islands, there’s so much to do, you’ll have to work out how to fit it all in! Fly straight into Hamilton Island and the rest is up to you!
Chartering a yacht in Sydney is the perfect way to view the Harbour. Whether you are looking for a family day out to see the sights, or interested in a function these vessels can cater to all. Cruise the Harbour from the City to Manly, take a yacht further out the Heads for whale watching or offshore fishing or hold an event for up to 100 guests! With the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Luna Park and the City as your backdrop, your charter is bound to be a hit!
More than 420,000 square kilometres
One of the earliest settled places in Australia
Hundreds of thousands of rock art paintings and drawings to discover
Hidden in the region’s heart, remarkable landscapes, spectacular gorges and thundering waterfalls provide the perfect backdrop for a Kimberley holiday adventure in Western Australia’s north. Cruise routes vary but all travel around the north-western edge of Australia, a raw, wild coastline dotted with about 2,600 islands (many of which are unnamed). Along the way you’ll view some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, untouched coral atolls and rugged islands, ancient Aboriginal rock art, splash at freshwater swimming holes, picnic on white sandy beaches and see prolific wildlife, including birds, whales, dolphins and saltwater crocodiles.
Spans over 10 million square miles of ocean
The South Pacific is a big place – incredibly vast and blue, covering 11 million square miles stretching from the top of Australia to the Hawaiian Islands. A far flung sprawl of tropical perfection, the islands of the South Pacific may be tiny specks on the map, but if you are seeking a slice of paradise, this destination is the one for you. South Pacific islands are divided into Polynesia (from the Greek meaning ‘many islands’) and Melanesia (meaning ‘black islands’). Polynesian islands include Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island while Fiji, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands are Melanesian. Palau is another fantastic destination in Micronesia.
SOUTH EAST ASIA
Southeast Asia is a remarkable charter destination to sail and explore by yacht because of its extensive tropical coastlines, exotic destinations, amazing beaches and wide variety of marine life. Southeast Asia offers a variety of cultures, history and locations that is unmatched worldwide. Take a charter through here and discover pockets of unexplored territories, including areas that have been closed to foreign visitors for decades! Thailand offers some of the most exotic and beautiful yacht charter destinations in the world. Over 3,000 km of coastline are mixed with gorgeous beaches, amazing rock formations, world-class diving and snorkeling and the genuine smiles of the Thai people. Singapore is an ideal place for short charters, either day charters around the islands of Singapore and its impressive city skyline, or for extended weekend trips to Malaysia. The mystical island of Bali offers volcanic scenery, a wonderfully diverse culture and is the perfect place to start a cruise to some of the more than 17,000 islands of Indonesia, including Lombok, the Komodo National Park, and remote areas of the Banda Sea and the Raja Ampat.
Eight Different Species Of Whales, Dolphins And Porpoises
Almost 10 Per Cent Of The Worlds Marine Species
Coastline Of About 46,000 Kilometres
The Mediterranean Sea is the beautiful body of water located between Southern Europe and North Africa. The charter destinations here are never ending! Cruise the stunning French Riviera with hotspots such as Nice, Monaco & Antibes or visit the picturesque Amalfi Coast and enjoy the sights of Cinque Terre, Positano, Sorrento & Capri. Further afield are the well known Balearics, including the famous Ibiza, with Mallorca & Menorca also a must stop! This truely is a must visit destination with itineraries to cater for all!
Spans over 10 million square miles of ocean
The South Pacific is awash with charter destinations. A stunning area, incredibly vast and blue, covering 11 million square miles stretching from the top of Australia to the Hawaiian Islands. A far flung sprawl of tropical perfection, the islands of the South Pacific may be tiny specks on the map, but if you are seeking a slice of paradise, this destination is the one for you. South Pacific islands are divided into Polynesia (from the Greek meaning ‘many islands’) and Melanesia (meaning ‘black islands’). Polynesian islands include Samoa, Tonga, Cook Islands, French Polynesia and Easter Island while Fiji, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands are Melanesian. Palau is another fantastic destination in Micronesia.