Cruise Whitsunday’s Camira

If you’ve ever been lucky enough to visit The Whitsundays, you’ll know the place is literally a colour wheel of vivid greens, blues and white.   

Cruise Whitsunday’s have tapped into the colour theme when it comes to their show stopping vessel, ‘Camira’ and the colour is purple!  

Camira is a first nations terms for “of the wind’ which is fitting really since it’s an 85 foot sailing catamaran.  

This purple princess takes cruise goers on an all-inclusive day trip through the Whitsundays to Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet. 

As well as the glorious views and activities at each stopping point, there are a number of inclusions like morning and afternoon tea, snorkeling adventures, a BBQ lunch, beer and wine from 11am, beach fun and a guided walk to Hill Inlet and the lookout, depending on the tides for the day.  

“It’s incredible,” said Camira’s Trevor. “That’s exactly what the tour is aimed at. Not to just cover one thing like snorkelling, or the beach or a lookout. It’s a package deal where you get a taste of everything we have to offer here.” 

To top off a beautiful Whitsundays day, it has to be a beautiful Whitsundays sunset of course!  

It’s a great way to end the day,” said head deck hand Clayton. “Like, you’ve had wow moments when you saw the coral, wow moments when you’ve been at the reef and on the beaches and then at the end of the day, with just colours changing one after the other and it just keeps giving. Probably 45 minutes to an hour, just continual colour changes. Everyone’s up front, all you see is silhouettes, cheersing each other. It’s just unreal.” 

Camira is just one of many all-inclusive adventures dreamed up by Cruise Whitsundays. If you’re dreaming of your very own Whitsundays adventure, head to their website to browse the options, or visit Tourism Whitsundays for more!

Cruise Whitsundays 
24 The Cove Road, Airlie Beach (Port of Airlie)
4846 7000

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