Travel+Luxury, Feb 2022: Ocean Alliance and DE LISLE III

18 February 2022

“More than a chance to island-hop in sweet seclusion, chartering a superyacht
in the Whitsundays is an opportunity to join a citizen science project aimed
at surveying the Great Barrier Reef. It’s sustainability steeped in luxury.”

Pictured: The Australian Weekend Travel+Luxury, Issue 5, February 2022. Photo Credit: Elise Hassey, Words by: Denise Cullen

Click here to read the full article

Ocean Alliance was delighted to host guests on board DE LISLE III for a 2-night trip in the Whitsunday Islands, Queensland Australia, resulting in this fantastic article. The Captain and crew had the opportunity to show the writer, photographer, and representatives of the Citizens of the Great Barrier Reef a perfect combination of high-end luxury with yachting for purpose, participating in a project to increase knowledge of Earth’s largest living organisms.

Charter guests on board an Ocean Alliance journey can choose to participate in such projects: contact our charter brokers for more details.


To know more about DE LISLE III follow the link

DE LISLE III is one of our most popular Central Agency yachts, thanks to her amazing offering combined with a crew driven by passion, delivering incredible #oceanmemories. She is available throughout 2022 on the East Coast of Australia through Ocean Alliance.

Contact one of our Charter Brokers for more details.

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