There are two main types of private sailing trips in the Whitsundays Islands: bareboat charters and private skippered charters. What does this mean? A bareboat charter comes without crew and with all the essentials for sailing in the Whitsundays, while a private skippered charter goes together with an experienced crew and are all-inclusive. Everything is included, from delicious meals to water sports equipment.
The number of boat options and variety of offers in Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays Islands can be a little bit overwhelming sometimes, especially if it is your first time planning a sailing vacation in the Whitsundays.
If you are reading this post it is probably because you are after a private and exclusive way of discovering the Whitsundays Islands, and this is something that both, skippered charters and bareboats charters will give you.
Unlike shared and scheduled tours that depart from Airlie Beach to the Whitsundays Islands and the Great Barrier Reef, when you rent a private charter or a bareboat charter you will share your holidays only with your loved ones and explore the natural wonders of the 74 islands at your own pace.
To sum up, the advantages of bareboats charters and skippered charters in the Whitsundays Islands are privacy, tailored itineraries, avoiding crowds and of course, the pleasure of cruising around one of the most beautiful places in the world.
Pros and cons of bareboats charters and skippered charters in the Whitsundays.
If sailing is your cup of tea, bareboating can be your best choice! But if your goal is to have a break from work and busy schedules and can’t wait for a well-deserved vacation, private skippered and all-inclusive charters will give you the best value for money.
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