The Whitsunday Islands, which lie just off the Queensland coast, boast a tropical climate, calm and protected waters, stunning snorkelling and dive sites, and huge selection of anchorages at any one of the 74 islands that make up the chain. The Whitsundays combine stunning beaches, which more often than not you have to yourself, and small resorts offering a little civilisation in stark contrast to the desert islands.
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The tropical climate of the Whitsundays averages 8.25 hours of sunshine a day. Winds are typically from the east, and the waters between the islands are generally calm and sheltered making for some fantastic sailing.
International access to the Whitsundays is via connecting flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane or Cairns International airports.Daily domestic flights fly in to Proserpine on the mainland coast and to Hamilton Island.
SUGGESTED 7 NIGHT SAILING ITINERARY FROM HAMILTON ISLAND
Day 1: Join your yacht at Hamilton Island. Day 2: Hamilton Island to Shaw Island Day 3: Shaw Island to Chalkies Beach Day 4: Chalkies Beach to Border Island Day 5: Border Island to Hook Island Day 6: Hook Island to Airlie Beach Day 7: Airlie Beach to South Molle Island Day 8: South Molle Island back to Hamilton Island
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