charter your own yacht
Fraser Island Boat Charters offers bareboat self- drive charters in the idyllic area of the Great Sandy Strait on the Fraser Coast. So, what is a bareboat charter? Don’t be fooled by the word bare, because there’s a lot included on our charters. Bareboat charters simply refer to the hire of a boat or vessel without a skipper on board. This means you can truly explore Fraser Island and all its hidden gems with a self-drive sailing holiday, with no set itineraries. During a bareboat charter you will act as the boat crew for the duration of the trip.
Although you’ll be crew, it isn’t necessary for you to be a qualified skipper or have any boat qualifications. Don’t be afraid if you have no experience, you’ll be provided with a briefing from a fully qualified commercial skipper to make sure you know the ins and outs of the vessel and navigating our beautiful waters before you set sail. Our skipper will drive the vessel out of the marina for you, where you will then be free to spend a holiday on the water in style!
10 meter Seawind 1000
6 guests 3 cabins 1 shower
Leopard 44 (2016 model)
12 guests 6 cabins 4 shower
12 meter Seawind 1200
8 guests 4 cabins 2 shower
10 meter Seawind 1000 (Owners Version)
5 guests 3 cabins 1 shower
included items on board
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bareboat additional costs
One of the most common questions our team is asked is what additional costs are involved on top of the charter fee of our vessels.
The only additional cost involved in bareboat charters is fuel and gas costs which are charged per engine hour at the end of your trip.
The find out full prices and engine hour costs, you can check out our individual fleet pages.