Neck Bay: Shaw Island – Lindeman Group of Islands – Whitsundays
Approximately 40km south of Shute Harbour in the Whitsundays lays a protected bay that is highly popular with our YOTSPACE superyacht voyage Captain’s. This remote bay offers shelter from any wind, and enables guests to enjoy an intimate getaway destination to enjoy time exploring the island and lapping it up in the brilliantly clear waters without the crowds. The remote beach is accessible at mid to high tide.
Imagine being on a luxury superyacht holiday and able to explore one of the most secluded destinations to anchor in the Whitsunday Islands. Neck Bay is located in the most southerly part of the Whitsunday Islands cruising area, offering you beautiful undisturbed beaches where you can swim among the colourful marine life of the world famous Great Barrier Reef.
Take a walk across the bay along the soft sand West to East of the island, lay your towel out on the beach and admire the views. Go beach walking and look for shells or hike from one side of the island to the other along the hiking trails and take some perfect photos for your Instagram album.
As a great anchorage on the Whitsundays, Neck Bay is one of the wonderful places that you will be visiting on our YOTSPACE superyacht voyages where you will spending an evening under the stars. Enjoy the magic of the Whitsundays in this protected bay while you dive into your five star gourmet meal on the aft deck surrounded by your fellow YOTSPACE passengers.
Neck Bay is a great anchorage in the Whitsundays as it’s suitable for a wide range of marine activities onboard your superyacht voyage.
- Beach Walking
- Bird Watching
- Stand Up Paddle Boarding
The Whitsundays waters are home to 1,500 species of fish, 360 species of hard coral, thousands of molluscs and hundreds of starfish. You’ll be sure to come across many friendly marine beings in the crystal clear water during your Whitsundays superyacht voyage.
Learn where to find more of the best superyacht anchorages in the entrancing Whitsunday Islands section of the Great Barrier Reef. Explore Cid Harbour at Whitsunday Island , Hook Island and the Cumberland Group of Islands, Hayman Island and Blue Pearl Bay.
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