A bare boat yacht charter from Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays region of Queensland would be the best and most relaxing holiday that I could imagine. The Whitsundays consist of an archipelago of 74 islands located off the central Queensland coast in northern Australia and the region boasts hundreds of superb beaches, coves, headlands and quiet bays for you to explore. The weather is sensational and there are also a number of excellent island resorts to visit and enjoy. Mostly, the waters of the Whitsunday passage are well protected and provide an extremely safe cruising ground, Whitsunday bare boat charters are ideal for this reason. The town of Airlie Beach, on the mainland, is easy to get to and is the hub of the bare boat charter industry. Able Point marina in the middle of town is chock a block with a multitude of different styles of boats all available for you to charter.
It does not matter if you are an experienced sailor or not as help is available from the charter companies and if you are not confident to handle a sailing craft then there are plenty of powered charter boats on offer as well. The main companies offering bare boat charter yachts from Airlie beach are Queensland yacht charters and Whitsunday Private Yacht Charters which operate from Abel Point marina and Whitsunday Rent a Yacht which operates from Shute Harbour. If you choose to fly in to the region via the Great Barrier Reef airport near the marina at Hamilton Island then you will find Sunsail Yacht Charters operating from there. You can also enter via Whitsunday airport at Proserpine and transfers are readily available. If you need some accommodation in Airlie Beach either before or after your charter we will be able to arrange that for you as well.
The main charter companies will offer you a complete service so that it is possible to simply arrive, do your briefing on the vessel, and sail away on a fully provisioned charter boat. Airlie Beach bareboat charters are one of the most enjoyable ways imaginable to spent a sub tropical holiday.
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