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When is the best time to visit the Whitsundays? 10:00am, Wed 20 Jan 2021

There is no definitive answer as to when you should visit the Whitsundays as your reason for travel is different to everyone else's. You may live in colder climates and want to escape the winter cold during May, June, July to thaw out in a warmer climate and get some vitamin D; you may have school aged children making school holidays the only time you have to get away and spend some time with them, or you may be a bronzed sun lover and want to be in the warm tropics for summer. Whatever the reason for your travel, here are some insights that may help you make a decision as to when to visit the... Read More
CCY History

The Ballard of Cumberland 3:41pm, Tue 12 Jan 2021

As I was clearing out a cupboard, I stumbled across an old photo album. When I opened it, there were photo's of CCY dating back to the 80's and copies of every brochure Cumberland Charter Yachts had designed over the years.

With excitement, I said to Terry Kemp, one of the 'forefathers' of CCY, "Kempy! Quick, Quick! Look what I found!" He took a quick trip down memory lane as we laughed at photo's and the 80's fashion and hideously designed brochures.

The company is enriched with so much history and it's wonderful to still have the original owners taking part in the day to d... Read More
Trading Hours

Christmas Opening Hours 9:55am, Tue 22 Dec 2020

Getting prepared for your bareboat charter certainly takes some organising and there is nothing worse than missing out getting your hands on essential items for your trip. If you are planning to, or have booked a charter with us over the Christmas and New Year period, please take note of the opening hours or non-operational days of ours and some of our suppliers so that you can order supplies to ensure you have a festive bareboat charter.

Cumberland Charter Yachts


  • 24 December - 8:30am - 4:00pm
  • 25 December - Closed
  • 26 December - 8:30am - 12:00 noon
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