Sailing routes in Australia
Queensland is the most popular tourist state in Australia. The state is popular due to the fact that local tourist attractions are created mostly by nature itself. Among them: a series of beautiful waterfalls, mountain ranges, beautiful beaches. And, of course, the Great Barrier Reef, the main attraction of the state and one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
Itinerary from Airlie Beach
Here is the itinerary for sailing near Australia on the Whitsunday Islands in the Coral Sea from Airlie Beach.
- Airlie Beach - South Mall Island - Hook Island - Whitsunday Island - Hamilton Island - Shute Harbor - Airlie Beach.
Sailing routes in Polynesia
The Polynesian islands have two origins: volcanic and coral. As a result, the nature and terrain on each of the islands is very unique for travelers. Visiting a new island is always an unforgettable adventure.
Volcanic islands are mountainous areas with dense jungle, while coral islands look like a low flat land above the sea with spacious white beaches and coconut palms.
Itinerary from Raiatea
One of the most popular sailing routes in Polynesia is the 7-day itinerary from Raiatea, where you can see both volcanic and coral islands in all their beauty.
- Raiatea - Motu Taoru - Tahaa Island Haamen Bay - Motu Tautau Island - Toopyua Island - Bora Bora Island - Tahaa Island Apu Bay - Raiatea