Whitsunday Sailing Trips for Flashpackers
If you are travelling around on a flexible budget and donâ€™t want to skimp on some of lifeâ€™s luxuries, you may fall into the up and coming â€˜flashpackerâ€™ category â€“ a type of traveller who is sick of noodles, hostels and shared bathrooms but still wants to see it all on a budget.
The Whitsundays has certainly caught onto this trend of traveller which has moved past the budget-stricken backpacker and onto something slightly more stylish and accommodating. Below we have listed some great flashpacker trips in the Whitsundays.
Powerplay is a social 2 day and 2 night cruising catamaran with 18 passengers, jacuzzi, stand-up paddleboards and rendezvous diving. This trip must be booked well in advance and has shared and private accommodation available. Passengers are aged 18-35 and is great for couples, solo travellers and friends.
Ride to Paradise Cove Resort
Ride to Paradise is one of the newest trips in the Whitsundays and combines the best of on-land accommodation with on-the-water adventure. For 2 days and 2 nights, guests travel around the Whitsunday Islands on board the catamaran Wildcat, while spending their nights at Paradise Cove resort. The resort is certainly a tropical haven with stylish accommodation.
Summertime combines scuba diving, spa, kayaks and amazing meals to create a memorable 3 day and 2 night trip. Taking 16 passengers at a time, Summertime has shared and private accommodation and is ideal for flashpackers who want all the best while travelling in the Whitsundays.
Condor, Broomstick, British Defender, Boomerang
These 2 day and 2 night trips onboard a maxi yacht offer a genuine sailing experience, with an exciting itinerary and the opportunity to scuba dive. Passengers also have the chance to learn the ropes and help sail one of these famous racing vessels. Travellers on board these yachts are aged 18 - 35 years and are ideal for flashpackers, backpackers and solo travellers.
Ask us which tour is best for you as you flashpack your way through the Whitsundays.