Explore the tropical paradise that is the Whitsundays with this all inclusive day trip. Jump aboard the Thundercat and enjoy cruising crystal clear waters in a modern catamaran that curbs seasickness! Explore beaches, snorkel fringing reefs, take walks, sail, laze and eat in the sun.
Explore an area of Australia, revered for its sublime beach landscapes and gorgeous natural beauty; the Whitsundays. Climb aboard the new Thundercat catamaran and enjoy a day cruising on pristine water without any choppy motions – great for people who fear seasickness!
Your day will start sailing out to the Hill Inlet at Whitehaven Beach, where you’ll walk to the Lookout and witness the ‘swirling sands’, a gorgeous photo op! The it’s on to stunning Betty’s Beach to frolic in the water and laze in the sun. You’ll also visit Mantaray Bay and Langford Sandbar and snorkel fringing reefs. You’ll be amazed with the vast array of native wildlife and the beautiful vistas that surround you.
With all this adventure, you’ll work up an appetite but don’t worry the crew has it under control, you’ll be served a morning tea of cheesecake biscuits and an afternoon fruit platter. Lunch will consist of cold meats, cheese, fresh salad, pasta salad, frittata and bread rolls. And there’s an eski on board so you’re able to bring along extra snacks if you need them.
The tour has a maximum capacity of 32. Please be aware that this tour is not a private experience.
If weather conditions are deem unsafe the tour may be cancelled. The experience provider will contact you if this is the case.
Please ensure you bring casual, comfortable clothing, sensible footwear and swimwear. Pack a hat, sunglasses, towel and sunscreen.
You may want to bring along a water bottle and an underwater camera. A jacket is needed in the cooler months.
You may BYO alcohol, however no red wine or glass is allowed.
Please advise of any medical conditions and level of swimming ability.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy: