Enjoy visiting all of the hotspots of the Whitsundays on your tour with Anaconda III, visiting Whitehaven Beach, Hook Island, Hayman island, Blue Pearl Bay and the Outer Great Barrier Reef.
Depart Abell Point Marina at 7:00pm with a glass of chilled wine in hand as you being your three-day tour of the Whitsundays. You will be given a quick tour of the boat and shown to your assigned cabin. Sail under the stars as you make your way to your overnight anchorage in a calm, protected bay.
Start your day with a delicious buffet breakfast before heading to the beautiful and picturesque Hill Inlet Lookout and Whitehaven Beach. Soak up the sun, enjoy playing beach games, or go for swim – Whitehaven has something for everyone. Spend 2-3 hours on the beach before hopping back on board Anaconda III to set sail for Hook Island – your first snorkelling or scuba diving destination. Check out the pristine waters of Luncheon Bay and explore the reefs, full of fish and coral species. With its shallow beach and calm waters, this is the ideal place to scuba dive for the first time. Start from the beach, easing your way into the reefs, just 10m off shore. Spend the night anchored in Bait Reef.
Enjoy a full day of sensational snorkelling, fun scuba diving, delicious food and the amazing sun – all in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef! The Outer Great Barrier reef is full of diverse marine life, not to be missed by any snorkeller or scuba diver. Anaconda III offers several dives sites on Bait Reef for an unparalleled diving experience. Finish your day with a night dive, great food or even a few cool drinks!
After breakfast, Anaconda III will set sail from Bait Reef to Hayman Island for some snorkelling, swimming and scuba diving at the beautiful Blue Pearl Bay, before settling in to head back to Abell Point Marina. Join the guests and crew for an after party at Breeze Bar in the evening to catch up and share memories of your trip! Show up between 6:30 and 7 to get the VIP treatment just for being an Anaconda III guest.
Please note that your itinerary depends on weather conditions as well as the discretion of your captain and crew.