Eureka is an ultra-modern, beautifully crafted sailboat. She is outfitted with air-conditioned cabins and the large saloon includes internet and a TV – including Netflix and YouTube. This gives Eureka a comfortable home away from home feeling each evening. Offering adventure packed sailing, and because she carriers a smaller number of passengers, there is a bit more flexibility for the itinerary.
Ideal for those looking for: Smaller groups and comfortable amenities
Youngest age onboard: 6
Max Passenger Count: 14
Below is a sample itinerary:
Unwind and leave your worries on the shore as your skipper takes the helm. Sail to your first anchorage for a swim and snorkel over the beautiful fringing coral reefs. Enjoy sunset nibbles and a drink before dinner is served.
Wake up to a stunning island landscape all around you. Enjoy breakfast as you head to Tongue Bay. Be transported over to the island for a guided eco walk through National Park land to Hill Inlet Lookout. Take in the amazing views of the world-famous Whitehaven Beach, then walk down to the beach itself and experience the fine, white sand for yourself. Once back on-board, head north along the western side of Hook Island and find anchorage in another secluded bay to enjoy lunch. Then time for a snorkel; meet the underwater life, see if you can find nemo, possibly spot a turtle. Then head to your overnight anchorage in one of the many bays on Hook Island. After dinner talk about the highlights of the day with your new friends, under the light of the moon.
Early rise for breakfast, and then enjoy one last chance to swim or snorkel over the fringing coral reefs. Then set sails and make way back to Airlie Beach, arriving back at the Coral Sea Marina | Resort (formerly the Abell Point Marina) on the 3rd day.