Yacht and Boat Hire for the Whitsundays and Hamilton Island

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The Cumberland team are committed to delivering best-in-class experiences for in the stunning surroundings that we’re lucky to call home. Based in the Whitsundays, our services gives customers the chance to cruise around 74 islands, including the infamous Hamilton Island, to see the true, iconic beauty that the region is known for.

Hire a vessel and get going – choose from catamarans, yachts and more

With over 40 anchorage spots to choose from and a complete fleet comprising of yachts, catamaran and various boats to hire, we have a number of options to suit each occasion. Best of all, our team have a collective 30 years’ experience within the industry, allowing us to share both an insight and knowledge into the very best of a boating experience.

All of our vessels are fully-equipped with all the luxuries and facilities that you require, allowing you and your good company to enjoy a peace of mind, comfort and convenience.

Unforgettable beauty

There’s a lot to see around Hamilton Island and the Whitsundays that will more than create ever-lasting memories. With flawless environments, pristine waters and some of the very best in tourist destinations, each cruise around the region offers impressions that won’t quickly be forgotten. It’s with this at the forefront of our business that we continue to offer our customers tailor-made experiences with flexible boat, catamaran and yacht hire.

Read what our customers have to say about their time with Cumberland, below.

Most Recent:
Norm - BRIGHTON, VIC
19 Jul 2011
Lightwave 38 Sail
Psycho Puss

Chartered: 08 Jul 2011


A Cat amongst the Turtles
Seven blissfully calm, sunny days proved that Psycho Puss is not a cat that is always wild! Our family of 6 (2 grandparents, 2 parents and 2 kids) enjoyed a week on our roomy catamaran meandering from Hamilton to the various anchorages and bays around Hook, Whitsunday and Long Island. We spotted one whale, one shark and dozens of turtles and the odd rock wallaby when hiking inland. The highlight (as always) was Whitehaven Beach and we were pleasantly surprised by all the work the National Parks crew had done to spruce up the caves at Nara inlet and the walks at Cid Harbour. The snorkeling wasn't up to expectations with murky water and a lot of damaged colorless coral but with the water and air temps at only 22 it wasn't the main reason we came.  Evening sunsets toasted with Champagne and full moon evenings made the night time as special as the days and time rolled away. The boat was very well laid out with loads of head room and good sized beds but perhaps not quite enough seating around the outdoor and indoor tables. The sails were easy to operate as was the steering even for our young girls being trained by Captain Grandpa for their sea license. Graham provided an excellent briefing accompanied by good humour and we managed to remember (almost) everything he said (where was that converter switch....?). Overall a very special 3-Gen holiday that will be remembered forever.

Note from CCY - Visibility varies from location to location and is effected by weather, tidal flow and rain. Coral looses it's colour when viewed in overcast conditions or through water with a high level of suspended solids due to run off.



Captain Grandpa training grandaughter to steer
1. Captain Grandpa training grandaughter to steer by Norm.

Sunset at Cid harbour
2. Sunset at Cid harbour by Norm.

Leaving Hamilton Island
3. Leaving Hamilton Island by Norm.

Strange sinkhole at Whitehaven Beach
4. Strange sinkhole at Whitehaven Beach by Norm.

Swimming off the back of the boat at Cid Harbour
5. Swimming off the back of the boat at Cid Harbour by Norm.


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