Day One: Hamilton Island
Guests can fly into the gorgeous airport located on Hamilton Island or have the boat pick them up from Abell Point Marina in Airlie Beach.
Once you have arrived at the boat, relax into your luxury accommodation and enjoy lunch or dinner at the stunning Hamilton Island Yacht Club followed by a short walk around Hamilton Island.
Depending on time constraints, a massage or a private table at a restaurant can easily be arranged!
Day Two: Neck Bay
First thing in the morning, Infinity Pacific will cruise to Neck Bay, a Captain's favourite and a nice secluded spot in The Whitsundays.
Neck Bay is a perfect snorkelling spot and is home to numerous fish, coral and other marine life.
After a day of snorkelling, finish the day with a beach barbecue and a beach walk before anchoring and watching the sun set.
Day Three: Cid Island
After waking to admire the tropical sunrise, Infinity Pacific will make her way West towards Long Island. Cruising to Long Island Sound will immerse you in lush bushland, an exclusive passage indeed.
Continuing on to Cid Island, your anchor for the day and evening, enjoy kayaking and exploring the north of the island, followed by snorkelling or water activities if you wish.
Sunset calls, followed by dinner and drinks to end another beautiful day.
Day Four: Hook Island
Have an energetic start to your day, walking up the trail to the Whitsunday Peak. The hike is roughly 1.5 hours to the peak and offers 360 degree views over Cid Harbour.
Once back on board, enjoy an afternoon of fun on the various water sports along the west coast of Whitsunday Island. The yacht then cruises on the Hook Island for the next overnight anchorage and offers forest walks, pure blue waters and white sandy beaches.
Spend your afternoon exploring the Nara Inlet with breathtaking views and Aboriginal art.
Day Five: Hayman Island
Departing Hook Island, a short cruise away is Langford Island and Blue Pearl Bay just off of Hayman Island. The western side of Langford Island reveals a lovely sandbank at low tide, perfect for a lunchtime beach barbecue.
Blue Pearl Bay offers one of the best snorkelling and swimming spots as there are so may varieties of fish, coral and marine life. After lunch, Infinity Pacific will head back to Hook Island to explore the northern tip, Butterfly Bay's underwater world.
If you want a day of diving, the yacht will then head our to Hardy Reef with a dive guide ready for the next day or adventures. For the tamer guests, Hook Reef may offer more comfort.
Day Six: Hardy Reef and Hook Reef
The morning comes and it is time to go diving and discover what the Australian outer reef is all about. With spectacular sea life and large fish such as Trevally, Coral Trout, Snapper and a host of smaller marine life it is a must visit for snorkelling and diving.
The nearby drop offs will showcase turtles, reef sharks and barracuda amongst other intriguing reef species.
Enjoy a freshly caught seafood dinner and watch the sun set over the reef.
Day Seven: Dumbell Island and Whitehaven Beach
The first stop for the day is Dumbell island, where you can feed Sea Eagles off the aft deck. Followed by the famous Whitehaven beach a great spot for swimming and water activities, as well as a hike up Hill Inlet to indulge in the astonishing views of Whitehaven Beach.
Infinity Pacific will drop anchor for your last night on board watching the sun set over the gorgeous white sand of world renowned Whitehaven Beach. Said too be the most beautiful beach in the world.