Thirty-nine nautical miles off the north Queensland coast, I find myself surrounded by every possible shade of blue.
The most vibrant aqua seamlessly morphs into a crystal clear cyan before effortlessly blending into a deep navy on the horizon.
I’m taking in these captivating views from the deck of Reefworld in the Whitsundays – a permanently moored pontoon at Hardy Reef where visitors can swim, snorkel and sleep (yes, sleep!) on the Great Barrier Reef.
On the day we’re lucky enough to…