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Jump on board a classic yacht and sail out of Tongue Bay. Take in world famous Whitehaven Beach from the Hill Inlet lookout before walking down to the white sand. Spend time on the beach before heading to Dumbbell Island where you can snorkel in the beautiful reef around the island.
Jump on board a 62ft gaff rigged schooner for a day to remember on the iconic Whitehaven Beach. Walk to the Hill Inlet lookout to see one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Spend time on the dazzling white sand of Whitehaven Beach and swim in the pristine turquoise waters. Then jump back on board for lunch as you head around to fringing reef for some snorkelling on some beautiful coral teeming with fish. There's chance to see turtles and spot dolphins in this area. In July/August you might even see some whales, when they come to calf in the winter months. During your time on board, you can choose to help out with the sails and belay a cleat or simply chill on deck.
This experience is part of the Responsible range because they are ECO and Respecting Our Culture certified by Ecotourism Australia.
We have no cancellation policy unless there is proof of COVID related reason for non travel (ie border closure).
Maximum number of 24 participants and a minimum of 6 to confirm sail.
In the event of bad or unsuitable weather, you are entitled to a refund or can be transferred to another day.
Barefeet on board the vessel but bring shoes for walking to Hill Inlet lookout. Thongs are ok.
This experience takes place on Whitehaven Beach and Dumbbell Island, QLD.