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Eureka Whitsunday Sailing Adventures

 

2 Day 2 Night or 2 Day 1 Night Sailing Tours:

    Price to sail Eureka from $399 p/person     
Private Double Cabin from $499 p/person

           
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> Departure 9am Monday, returns 11am Wednesday
> Departure 2pm Wednesday, returns 4pm Friday
> Departs for 2 day 1 night tour, 8:30am Saturday

   

Price includes: Services of Sailing Crew, All Meals, Linen, Guided Whitsunday Island Walks, Wet Suit, Snorkelling Equipment and Instruction, Marina and National Park Fees.

Eureka is a 60ft Sydney Sailing Yacht, designed by Australia's famous yachtsman Iain Murray. 

Sailing on Eureka includes:

Accommodation for 14 guests, 2 crew

Air Conditioning

2 Bathrooms with Hot Showers

2 Private Double/Twin Cabins

Dorm / Multi Share Cabin with Single bunks and Double Bunks 

Large comfortable saloon / dining area

Flat screen TV

Large Cockpit and well laid out deck

 

 

    Video Eureka Sailing the Whitsundays Australia

    Large Roll-Out Deck Shade Awning
 
   


   

Eureka history before sailing the Whitsundays

 

 
Eureka under sail in the Whitsunday Islands

    Eureka was built at Bob Robertsons yacht factory at Caloundra in Queensland.  Eureka was specifically built to sail in the Sydney to Hobart yacht race.  Eureka was launched in October 2000 at Mooloolaba, before being sailed to Coffs Harbour in New South Wales for the Coffs Harbour to Lord Howe Island Ocean Sailing Race.   Lord Howe Island is around 500kms east of Coffs Harbour so this was a decent Ocean Race to test Eureka's sailing performance.  
       

Eureka sailing before sailing in the Whitsundays

 
      Eureka sailed to victory, line honours in her first race, the 2000 Coffs Harbour to Lord Howe Island Ocean Sailing Race.  
     

Eureka sailed in the Sydney to Hobart Ocean Race in 2000, 2001, 2004 and most recently the 2014 Race. 

Eureka sails each August in the Airlie Beach Race Week and Hamilton Island Race Weeks.

 
         

 

 

 

 

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