At 18.5m, Gypsy Dancer boasts ample deck space and comfortable accommodation, whilst remaining one of the fastest and most exciting vessels in the Whitsunday Islands. With friendly and professional crew on-board and a fun, social atmosphere, Gypsy Dancer offers the perfect mix of sightseeing, socialising and adventure!
Gypsy Dancer Features:
- Visit Whitehaven Beach
- Top snorkelling destinations
- Bushwalk to Hill Inlet lookout
- Huge deck shade awning
- Snorkel gear and tuition
- Spacious deck space for sunbathing
- Freshly prepared food made by your crew
- Fast, fun sailing with the opportunity to get hands-on
- Fresh, clean linen provided for each guest
- Experienced and knowledgeable crew
- BYO alcohol
Before her refit in 2010, Gypsy Dancer (formerly known as Samurai) competed in many spectacular offshore yacht races, including the 1981 South Pacific Maxi Championship and world famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Now refitted, she offers modern comforts and spaciousness above and below decks. Gypsy Dancer features open plan living, with two toilets, two showers, a saloon area and a fully equipped galley.
7kms of the worlds purest silica sand and vibrant waters are just two of many reasons Whitehaven Beach is regarded as one of the worlds best beaches. Located on Whitsunday Island, Whitehaven Beach also provides stunning views of neighbouring islands unlike anything you've ever seen.
Hill Inlet Lookout
Perhaps the most famous site in the Whitsunday Islands, is Hill Inlet lookout. Located on the Northern end of Whitehaven Beach, the ocean currents and tides shift the sand up the inlet to create a magical swirling masterpiece. This unique landscape is every photographers dream!
Leap into the unknown as you snorkel in the Whitsundays! Teeming full of life and brimming with colour, the reefs in the Whitsundays are unlike anywhere else in the world. Keep an eye out for Maori Wrasse, sea turtles, stingrays, clownfish, parrotfish and more - there is so much to see, you won't want to miss a thing.
EACH passenger must have a clear understanding of safety directions and instructions given in English by the crew and be able to complete the required safety forms in English. A passenger is only able to participate in water activities if they have a level of swimming experience. If a passenger is unable to swim they will still be able to participate in the sailing trip, but will not but able to participate in water activities such as snorkelling. In order to meet our minimum safety standards passengers must be able exit the vessel unassisted in the unlikely case of an emergency. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask us.
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