Sailing Monohull Bareboat Charter Boats

Imagine setting your own course around the stunning waters of the Whitsunday Islands – not a care in the world, the wind in your hair and the sun on your face.

You can achieve this by chartering your own ‘bareboat’, which means no crew. So, following a detailed and comprehensive briefing, it’s just you, your family and friends in control. But don’t worry – with more than 40 anchorages, there is always a tranquil spot to lose yourself and there’s plenty of room for everyone!

The professional bareboat team will help you plan an itinerary perfectly tailored to your needs, as you set your course amongst the islands. Enjoy the freedom of going at your own pace, as you discover untouched beaches and cascading waterfalls on the islands, most of which are National Parks.

You can choose a sailing yacht, a catamaran or a power cruiser, with the larger vessels accommodating up to 10 guests, and all offering comfortable accommodation. No licence is required for bareboating and if you want a little help, you can hire a sail guide for a day, to “show you the ropes” (literally!).

Sailors the world over argue about the pros and cons of monohulls (one hull) versus catamarans or multihulls. Here are just a few of the main points to help you decide what’s best for you!

A monohull is more streamlined and therefore easier to dock – and it takes up less space. They manoeuvre better because you’re not dealing with two hulls. They can make sharper turns and navigate more easily through narrow channels and tight spaces.

The higher efficiency of a monohull design presents less resistance in heavier weather and they work harmoniously with the elements.

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Beneteau 323

Beneteau 323 - Lazyitis is the perfect yacht for an intimate Whitsunday charter holiday, comprising of two comfortable cabins with double berths, the saloon converts into 2 single beds, great for young children.

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Beneteau 34

"Trinity Reign" the Beneteau Oceanis 34 is a very comfortable vessel for a couple or young family and provides all the usual Beneteau comforts. Comprising of 2 good sized double berths and 1 toilet shower, plus the option of converting the saloon into 2 single berths.

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Beneteau 43

Wander the Whitsundays in this classic Beneteau 43 with style and grace. With 3 double cabins and 2 ensuites, it is spacious enough for a fun group holiday for up to 8 people, yet intimate enough for a couple.

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Catalina 350

The Catalinas are known for their great headroom, forward cabin with island bed & huge aft cabin both with inner spring mattresses. Set up for easy sailing and maximum comfort.

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Dehler 34

Easy to handle, high stability and quick, the Dehler 34 is a family yacht that wins races. Boasting 2 spacious double cabins with excellent storage, ensuite to share and roomy saloon area, Treasure is the perfect bareboat to hire for a newlywed couple or 2 couples.

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Dufour 412 GL

"Miss B" is brand new to our charter fleet, and will be arriving 1st August 2018. The yachts interior offers maximum comfort, with the living space and sunbathing area separated from the cockpit so there is plenty of space on this stunning yacht to enjoy every moment of your cruise. The vessel has a fully equipped galley, a gas barbecue, sink and fridge.

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Hanse 388

New to the fleet and ready for charter!

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Hanse 41

Incredibly easy to sail with outstanding performance, stability and balance the new Hanse 388 is a dream to charter in the Whitsundays.