Sample 3 Night Itinerary
Hamilton Island & Whitehaven Beach
Fly over the magnificent Whitsunday Archipelago and land at your island destination. Make your way by golf buggy to the awaiting ONEWORLD as the captain and crew greet you and eagerly await to whisk you away on your luxury yachting holiday.
Welcomed on board with champagne, canapes and cold towels let the Chief Stewardess show you to your rooms and make yourself at home as the ONEWORLD cruises to her first anchorage.
Introducing Whitehaven Beach, located at the southern end of the largest of the islands in the group, Whitsunday Island.
Whitehaven Beach at 7km long is the largest beach made from 97% pure Sicilia sand. So fine it makes for a great jewellery polisher just be sure not to drop those rings!
In the galley the first of many meals is being lovingly crafted especially for you so join us on the aft deck for the culinary journey to begin.
The afternoon is yours take a walk on Whitehaven or perhaps relax in the sun with a cocktail in hand, sunscreen is a must – Whitehaven Sand is unforgiving.
Return to the yacht for a shower to freshen up join us at the bar for sunset canapes and cocktails.
Enjoy yet another beautifully prepared three course meal by the amazing on-board chef, Clancy. The only thing better than his cooking is the view.
Captain Matt joins you in the saloon to welcome you on board and go through the itinerary for the next few days.
Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet & Luncheon Bay
Wake early (or late) and slowly stumble to the aft deck where a beautiful buffet breakfast awaits. Fresh juices, hot coffee and eggs just the way you like them.
It’s time to change into those swimmers and take advantage of the relatively empty beach before the day trippers arrive.
There are two ways to see the Whitsundays by sea and by sky. As your seaplane arrives make sure those cameras and phones are charged these sights are not to be missed.
Upon your return with heads high in the sky, enjoy a true Aussie style BBQ lunch.
After lunch Oneworld ups her anchor and cruises ever so slightly north to Tongue Bay where a quick hike will take you to the most stunning view of Whitehaven Beach, cameras are essential.
It’s been an action-packed day which means appetites must be catered for. Sunset Cocktails and canapes are provided, and hot tub is roaring ready for a more relaxing part of the day. So sit back and relax as we venture even further north to our next anchorage for dinner.
Luncheon Bay, situated at the most northern end of Hook Island makes for a perfect dinner location.
A wholesome meal is prepared and served on the aft deck accompanied by handpicked Australian wines.
Captain Matt joins you again to discuss the following days plans as if the weather permits its see ya later land and hello Bait Reef Lagoon.
Bait Reef Lagoon, Outer Great Barrier Reef & Stonehaven Bay
Hear the sound of the engines humming along and its 4am? Don’t worry you’re not dreaming Oneworld is making her way to the Outer Great Barrier Reef to Bait Reef Lagoon
for a day of snorkelling swimming and sun and no land in sight.
Enjoy the delicious breakfast spread once Oneworld safely takes up mooring amongst the large coral bommies and reefs.
The Stepping Stones are a unique feature of Bait Reef. They are made up of 18 or more flat- topped coral pinnacles lined up in a row. At the Southern Face shallow waters are dominated by flat terrain completely covered by hard corals with the odd sand patch. Large
turtles, manta rays and some pelagic fishes such as mackerel and barracuda are often seen cruising along the drop-off.
Lunch on board followed by more snorkelling and relaxing until late afternoon where it’s time to make our way back towards mainland Australia.
If weather permits spend a very special night on the reef or motor back to the mainland where the protection of Cid Harbour awaits.
Cid Harbour & Hamilton Island
The final morning is upon us and it’s time to say goodbye but not before one last buffet breakfast surrounded by the beautiful scenery that is Hook Island.
If you’re an early bird the Whitsunday Peak is a must do hike. 2 hours return it’s not for the faint heated but rest assured the views from the top are to die for.
Mid-morning Oneworld anchors up for the final time and heads south along the eastern side of Whitsunday Island towards Hamilton Island.
Safety back in the berth Oneworld’s crew bid adieu but we hope to see you again soon.