"LAZYITIS" IS CONTAGEOUS!
Our Beneteau 323 won't disappoint! With spacious easy to glide around cockpit and decks, a walk through transom, and a swim platform with a shower and ladder means you will be exploring the fabulous snorkel/dive sights around The Whitsundays at will.
Her interior won't let you down either with a large bathroom and generous double cabins, the aft cabin boasting a 7 foot king-size bed and 3 opening hatches for ventilation. If the kids are along for the ride, the saloon can convert to 2 single beds.
A two burner stove and gas oven in the fully equipped galley, and a small BBQ out in the cockpit gives you choice of dining experience.
An agile easy sailing charter yacht, she certainly isn't LAZY by nature.
Interesting to note the Beneteau 323 was named Boat of the Year at the Oslo Boat Show 2004.
Once you catch "Lazyitis", the only cure will be to do it all over again!
"The goal is not to sail the boat, but rather to help the boat sail herself."
- John Rousmaniere, sailor and author
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Dear CCY Staff. We have to apologise for the lengthy delay in sending you our review, however, we want you to know how much we enjoyed the week we spent on Sailing Monohull Lazyitis last September. The weather was not the best with us, waking up to rain every morning. We would be then sailing to our next anchorage in some fairly challenging weather, however, each day around lunch the clouds would part and the sun would appear usually around the time of us reaching our destination. We would then have the most magical afternoons and evenings. Due to the fairly constant prevailing winds at the time we didn't get to a lot of anchorages that we would have liked, staying mainly in the leeward and more sheltered sides of Hook and Whitsunday Islands. Having said that, we now know that we will be back for another holiday. It was one of the best holidays we have had for a long time. We now have a better understanding of the islands and feel that we would try and charter the same vessel again. Cheers Bruce James and Pauline Holmes P.S. Say hi to Terry. We will try and catch him at the Sailing Club for trivia night when we come back and have a beer with him.Bruce - CLONTARF BEACH, QLD, AUSTRALIA