Watersports - diving, kayaking and jet ski Enjoying the water around the Whitsundays is what Hamilton Island is all about. Snorkel around the reef, visit world-famous dive sites, play beach games on the pristine, white sand, fly across the water on a jet ski, or slow down the pace and see nature up close on a sea kayak. Escape the everyday Dinghy Hire Escape the everyday Dinghy Hire Visit secluded coves, see manta rays and turtles sculling beneath the surface, go diving, fish, or simply relax and enjoy the view. Read More View all Boating and Fishing Kayaking Kayaking Hire a kayak and explore the waters at your own pace, or take a Sea Kayaking tour with an experienced guide. Read more View all Kayak actvities Sail and snorkel Snorkelling and diving Sail and snorkel Snorkelling and diving Experience a whole world of marine life - including coral, tropical fish and turtles - with a snorkel around the spectacular Chalkies Beach. Read more View all Dive and Snorkel Sails Pool Sails Pool The Sails pool curls its way around Sails restaurant, and offers spectacular views over the beach. Read More See all pools Catseye Beach Catseye Beach This beautiful, curved beach is a perfect spot for relaxing or enjoying a range of watersports. Read more View all beach activities Ways to enjoy the water on Hamilton Island Hire a boat Charter a yacht or hire a motorised dinghy, and explore the Whitsundays at your own pace, and with the help of an expert skipper and crew if required. Explore the region, soak up the sights, or fish from the comfort of your own boat. Snorkel or dive the reef Hamilton Island offers a whole selection of fantastic diving and snorkelling tours, so you can explore everything this magnificent aquatic playground has to offer. Get active If you’re feeling energetic, you can hire paddle skis, paddle boards, windsurfers, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards and explore the waterways and coves around the island. Be adventurous If you’re feeling adventurous, you can even take a jet-ski or jetboat tour around the Whitsunday waterways, go wakeboarding or tube riding, or even go parasailing - for a spectacular bird’s eye view over the island.