About - Wings Sailing Charters Whitsundays

About Wings Sailing

Charters Whitsundays in Airlie Beach


Wings Sailing Charters Whitsundays offers the best overnight Whitsundays Sailing tours, with years of award winning experience treating guests to fully crewed Whitsunday sailing tours.

Cruises departing from Airlie Beach, the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands and the Outer Great Barrier Reef. The tours take you sailing around the Whitsundays and includes a visit to Whitehaven Beach.



You will need to have an idea of how long you would like to spend on a boat first all and the dates you are putting aside for touring Airlie beach. The next step would be to list your preferred boats and then find out what you want to see and do during your tour. There is a tour and Itinerary to suit everyone, just be sure to know what you want and then let us point you in the best direction.


The best way to travel to Airlie Beach would be a domestic flight from Cairns, Brisbane, Sydney or Melbourne with 1 flight daily into one of Whitsunday’s 2 airports. Whitsunday Coastal Airport about 30 minutes drive or Taxi to Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island Airport about 1 hour ferry to Airlie Beach. The ferries have set timetables so be sure to arrange your flights and transfers carefully with other scheduled activities.


Airlie Beach is a very small town so you will have everything you need within 3km. Try to book your accommodation close to the main street if you do not have a car, you will have everything from shopping, markets, restaurants, bottle shops and tour meeting points at your fingertips. There are many places to hire scooters and cars although parking is not easy at most accommodation places and unless you are staying a little bit out of town you won’t need one. Wings Sailing Adventures check in office is located in the main street only 2km walk to the meeting point.


It is always a good idea to book at least two weeks in advance so that you don’t miss out especially if you are not flexible with your travel dates. The industry has peak and low seasons as seen by our rates. Peak season is October through to March and Low is April through to September. Wings Sailing Adventures is very popular and can be booked out for two weeks in advanced in the low season and up to a month in the peak season. Don’t miss out! Secure your booking as soon as you can.


Wings Sailing Charters Whitsundays have two Sailing Catamarans. Catamarans are wide and therefore stable on the water making for a comfortable journey through all kinds of weather. This means less chance of seasickness and less chance of being cancelled due to poor weather conditions. There are many varieties of vessels to suit the traveller such as: maxi yachts, cruising yachts, tall ships, catamarans, Sailing catamarans, party boats and luxury boats.


Wings Sailing Charters Whitsundays is an Australian owned and operated, multi award winning advanced Eco certified tour operator. Based in Airlie Beach, Queensland, providing the perfect access point for Whitsunday Island holiday adventures.

Wings operates sailing and snorkelling tours around the Whitsundays. Travel to Whitehaven Beach and explore the beautiful white sands, swim amongst the aquatic wildlife, sail across Australia's magnificent blue waters.

Stop dreaming about a tropical island getaway and actually get on board a Wings Sailing Adventure. Relax on board, enjoying catered meals, hot showers and under water blue lights for viewing the marine night life.

Wings Whitsunday Islands adventures offer the best in snorkelling and sailing adventures. Visiting Whitehaven Beach, you can discover the iconic white sands which have become famous across the world as the epitome of tropical escape.Snorkel amongst the unique aquatic wildlife of Australia's natural wonder, the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkelling is available on all tours, so everyone can discover the magic of Great Barrier Reef.

The Whitsunday Tourism Awards pay tribute to the contribution made by the region's tourism operators. Wings has won awards for Adventure Tourism and the Steve Irwin Ecotourism Award.