When you charter MY Spirit, you open a world of options, from diving among the greatest coral reefs in the world to taking in the nightlife at a chic café in a dynamic city center.  Spirit offers an unparalleled variety of vacation opportunities all around Australia, the Solomon Islands, and Papua New Guinea.  


As one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef captures the human imagination like few other places on Earth. The world’s largest coral reef serves as home to over 3,000 individual reef systems, an incredible amount of flora and fauna, and hundreds of tropical islands. Here, you can dive with whales and dolphins, see creatures that most people will never have the opportunity to glimpse, and snorkel above the largest living organism on the Blue Planet. Enjoy the beautiful golden beaches, and after your day on the Reef, come back and share stories with friends and family aboard Spirit luxury yacht. 

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Solomon Islands

The Solomon Island are laid-back, welcoming and have that remote untouched feel about them. Local Markets line the waterfronts where Villagers from neighboring islands arrive by boat to occupy stands under the shade of tall trees. Soak up the atmosphere, feast on sweet bananas, chat with the locals and quench your thirst with coconut water. The Scuba diving is among the best in the world from WWII wrecks, warm crystal-clear water teeming with rainbow-colored fish and vibrant reefs teeming with life. Private charters on board Spirit offer you luxury and comfort and with your bespoke itinerary that Captain Martin has planned for you the stunning scenery will leave you breathless and just wanting to explore more.


Papua New Guinea is a rare, pristine paradise offering a chance to explore islands of exotic beauty, a mere three hours from Australia. With almost 1,000 green islands, take your time to explore all of the Islands' clear blue waters, fascinating culture, and exotic wildlife. Papua New Guinea offers an irresistible treasure trove of underwater experiences -- reefs festooned with huge sea fans and warm waters with striking sea life in uncrowded sites, making it an idyllic gateway.


Cairns

Live the truly tropical life when you arrive in Cairns, a fashionable city with a relaxed vibe. With access to the Great Barrier Reef and wonderfully close to the wet tropics rainforest, Cairns provides the best in both urbanity and adventure. Cool off in a freshwater swimming hole, update your wardrobe at a chic boutique, meet the locals at a farmer’s market, or hop on a rental bike for a two-wheeled tour of Cairns’ many scenic paths. Spend a day enjoying wildlife at a nature reserve with the Mangrove Boardwalk. Take a stroll through Flecker Botanic Gardens and take in the tropical botany. Uphill from the gardens, Mount Whitfield Conservation Park has walking tracks through the rainforest that climb to viewpoints over the city, ensuring a once-in-a-life experience.

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Whitsunday Islands

Composed of 74 islands, on the beautiful tropical coast of Queensland, Australia, the Whitsundays can provide an entire vacation of adventure amidst tropical beaches and clear waters. The Whitsundays’ remote location makes these islands a preferred “hideaway” spot for locals, and you too can enjoy a peaceful picnic on Whitehaven Beach or a fun afternoon zipping between islands. Right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the stunning natural landscapes are sheltered from waves and undertows, making it perfect for yachting on the beautiful aqua waters.


Port Douglas

Six decades ago, Aussies knew Port Douglas as a quaint fishing village – but today, it’s a can’t-miss destination for discerning travelers who also desire access to the Great Barrier Reef, less than an hour away. Sun yourself on the white sands of Four Mile Beach, and set aside time to explore Macrossan Street, which is packed with boutiques, restaurants, galleries, bars, and luxury day spas. The Daintree Rainforest is also an accessible section of stunning coastal lowland rainforest of biodiversity with swamps, mangroves, and woodlands. Of note, from June through September you can swim with the Dwarf Minke Whales.

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