ALEXANDER STEWART- The Romance of Sail

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Available for bookings from 2 November 2018!


Experience the romance of sail. This magnificent handcrafted timber masterpiece, with all the modern comforts including air-conditioning and nine private cabins, is ideal for couples or twin share. Timbers such as Noumean Kauri, Ribbon Maple, Red Cedar, Silky Oak, Tasmanian Blackwood and Oregon give a rich old world feel to the large roomy interiors.

Leave the crowds behind for this intimate eco adventure. Relax on deck or get involved and learn the skills of traditional sailing. Tallship Adventures are renowned for their interpretive guided bushwalks, snorkelling safaris, Indigenous culture, ecology and astronomy.

Discover the islands of the Great Barrier Reef including Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet with our informative and fun Eco Tall Ship Sailing Adventure. Our commitment to sustainable practices helps ensure that the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef stay great for generations to come.

  • 7 private double cabins
  • Great hands on traditional sailing experience under the guidance of our qualified crew
  • Interpretive guided bushwalks, snorkelling safaris, Aboriginal culture, ecology and astronomy

  • Fun, relaxing, accredited eco sailing adventure

  • Visit Whitehaven Beach & Hill Inlet

  • Use of our stand-up paddle boards

  • Fully air conditioned

  • Experienced and knowledgeable crew

  • All meals freshly prepared onboard

  • Large saloon area

  • A relaxed tour for couples and single travellers

Alexander Stewart floorplan

Terms & conditions

Prices do not include airfares. Cancellations made less than 21 days prior to departure will result in complete forfeiture of full price. We recommend that you take out travel insurance. Guests should note that adventure travel involves risk. Whilst we make every effort to safeguard guests, we can not be held responsible for any damage, personal injury or loss due to the actions of passengers that are beyond our control. All cruises are subject to weather and the vessel operator’s discretion. At certain time of the year dangerous jelly fish inhabit these waters and passengers should take care for their own safety. This is a rare event, however, passengers entering the water do so at their own risk and the operators of the vessel will not be liable for any personal injury, illness, death or any other consequences whatsoever of passengers being stung by jelly fish. To minimise risk you will be provided with a full length protective “snorkel suit” to wear whilst swimming and snorkelling during the cruise.