Providence V is a unique vessel. Built from North Queensland timber, the last of the Tully rainforest, she is a replica of an American Bluenose, the boats that were among the first to compete in the America’s Cup in the 1870s. Providence V is a journey to remember and was once was a Hollywood star in the movie ‘Survive the Savage Seas’.
Cruise through scenic Hook Passage enjoying a supplied morning tea. Anchor at Tongue Bay for the bushwalk to Hill Inlet lookout and stroll across the silica white sand of Betty’s Beach. Swim in the crystal waters at Whitehaven Beach and then enjoy a delicious picnic style lunch on board. Snorkel the reef at Dumbell Island to see tropical coral reef, colourful marine life and sea turtles.
Then relax on the journey home, enjoying a cheese and fruit platter.