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Catalina 350

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Bavaria 39 Cruiser

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Mahe 36

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Lavezzi 40

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Cumberland 46

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Catalina 320

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Seawind 1160 L

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Bavaria Cruiser 45

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Lipari 41

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Bavaria 40

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Seawind 1250

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Sundecker 36 Cruiser

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Seawind 1000

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Seawind 1000XL

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Lagoon 380

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Seawind 1000

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Sun Odyssey 39i

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Lagoon 421

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Lagoon 450

Departure: Airlie Beach

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Bali 4.3

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The world’s largest coral reef system comprises nearly 3,000 individual reef areas. It stretches for over 2,300 kilometres. Notably, astronauts report being able to see The Great Barrier Reef from outer space. It is the world’s largest single structure created by living organisms. Also, it has been a World Heritage Site since 1981. However, according to a study published in 2012 by the Great Barrier Reef has lost more than 50 per cent of its coral since 1985. Principally, this is due to climate change but also damage from constant tourist visits.

Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach is an extremely popular Australian resort on Queensland’s Whitsunday Coast. Therefore, this area is the gateway to visiting the world-renowned Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. Yacht Charter and Sea cruises are available from the Port of Airlie and Abell Point Marina.

The area has its own lagoon. This is a man-made swimming area with a family-friendly beach and park. As this part of Australia is extremely importaant as a tourist area, the local authorities take great care to keep jellyfish out of the lagoon by the use of special nets. Additionally, the town has a lively nightlife, ranging from cheap backpacker bars to exclusive nightclubs.

Queensland

The Coral Sea opens to the Pacific Ocean forming the sea border to the east of the state of Queensland.

This is the second-largest state in Australia. In May 2018, Queensland had a population of five million, mostly concentrated along the coast. The capital and largest city is Brisbane. Furthermore, people often call Queensland  the “Australia’s Sunshine State”. Notably, the state is home to ten of Australia’s largest cities.

 

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