Providence Whitehaven Beach
Providence Itinerary Whitsundays – 24 passengers maximum capacity
Day Sail –
Departing everyday to Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet lookout and a snorkel stop.
• 7.30am – Depart Abell Point Marina North & set sail across the Whitsunday Passage. Learn how to belay a cleat; sweat the mainsail on our tall ship or just chill on deck and watch the sails fill in the breeze.
• 10 am –Delicious locally prepared morning tea on deck before we sail for Whitehaven Beach (Betty’s Beach) and Hill Inlet for light bushwalk and a stroll along the beach.
• 1 pm – Tuck in to lunch on board.
• 1.30 pm – Depart under sail to Dumbell Island for some snorkelling time.
2.30pm – Why not indulge in a drink from our licenced bar while you nibble on a fruit platter and try something sweet on the way back home
4.45pm – 5pm – Back in port at Abell Point Marina.
All Inclusive: Morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, , coffee, tea, chilled water, snorkelling equipment, stinger suits, Marine Park fees and National Park fees.
- Transfers to / from your accommodation
- Morning tea
- Afternoon tea
- Coffee & tea
- Chilled water
- Snorkelling equipment,
- Stinger suits,
- Marine Park fees and National Park fees.
What to bring
- swimwear, sunscreen, hat, camera, beach towel
- cash for drinks at the bar
On Sale – travel 23,24 or ,25 March 2019
$159.00 per adult
Phone (07)4948 1934 for the discount
Prices valid to 31st March, 2019
Adults: $179.00 per person,
Child (1-12yrs of age inclusive): $89.50 per person
Senior / student: $175.00 per person,
Family: (2A2C) $490.00,
Providence V is a unique vessel – a 62-ft gaff rigged topsail Gloucester schooner. Her builder was an Ozzie guy who’d fought in the Korean War. His reward was to be trained as a boat builder. He began building cray boats down south and then moved to Queensland when they found prawns in the Gulf, to build prawn trawlers. But his real passion lay in wooden boats. In the mid 80s, he decided to build the ultimate schooner so he travelled, with his wife, up the east coast of America. He finally found his ultimate schooner. The builder saw four Providences on his journey north so he named this boat Providence V. Providence is the capital of Rhode Island so it’s not surprising it was a common name for vessels.