Southern Whitsundays Wanderings published

Over the past three years we have spent time in the Southern Whitsundays, a group of islands away from the iconic but crowded main archipelago, and yet really worth exploring. This is where we are taking you in this article, published by Australian Multihull World in their January/February 2021 edition.

As more and more publishers are feeling the effect of the global recession and unfortunately close their doors like Cruising Helmsman, a sailing magazine that had been in business for 40 years, I am grateful to still be able to write cruising stories for Australian Multihull World.

To read the article, click on the image below or go to our published page/Destinations/Queensland Coast.

7 thoughts on “Southern Whitsundays Wanderings published

  1. Beautiful report, Chris. Lovely pictures too. I’m glad that things are going your way. Enjoy it! 🙂

  2. You hit the spot with this article Chris. What a shame magazines are having to close, another indication of the Covid recession. Enjoy your free diving adventure

  3. Bonza article ….. sailors sitting in their offices and sipping on lattes will be salivating!

  4. Congratulations on having yet another article published, Chris. It was fascinating to read of the various types of adventures available at these locations. It struck me that you did a great job in providing a sufficient amount of details to encourage those who would consider a visit themselves, while not overwhelming readers like me who will probably never see these spots in person. I continue to be amazed at the vibrant color of the water in your images. Wow. The shots of the coral and sponges really caught my eye, along with the shot from Mt Oldfield, a wonderful landscape/seascape with what looks to be a portion of a rainbow.

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