Beneteau 323

Beneteau 323

Sailing Monohull

An agile and easy sailing yacht with spacious interior will have you enjoying every moment of your bareboat charter in the Whitsundays.

From $365 - $555 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Beneteau 323 - 'Lazyitis'


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 and dive sights around the Whitsundays at will.

The aft cabin boasts a 7 foot king size bed, while the forward cabin is near a shared ensuite, it is the perfect bareboat to charter for a couple on their honeymoon, or 2 couples.

A two burner stove and gas oven in the fully equipped galley makes cooking a breeze and a small BBQ out in the cockpit gives you a choice of dining experience - alfresco under the stars.

The cockpit has a central steering wheel close to all the sheets and lines needed to easily sail the boat single-handedly if needed, while everyone else is up on deck soaking up the sun.




Boat Layout

Testimonial

For years I looked out of the kitchen window at yachts sailing. “Don’t you wish you were out there?” was my standard question to my children, “No, you wish we were out there, we like watching television” was the standard reply. While sailing in Tonga in 2009 I realised the coral and fish life was disappearing and I had to take my kids to where it was still alive and protected, the Whitsundays. With suited three of the four children and a nephew we found our lost luggage and made a mad dash to Stonehaven where the rookie crew made a perfect job of anchoring.....perhaps no experience leads to better following of instructions!! On a mooring in the morning we snorkelled from the boat, amidst amazed cries of glee as heads popped up around the reef. With a certain amount of reluctance and disbelief I got them back on board to head round the corner into Butterfly Bay with the assurance it was even better. They had to admit yet again mother was right, and the coral and the sea life is the best we have seen inworld travels. With a storm was on its way and a day to see the sights on the eastern side we headed for more amazing snorkelling at Border Island then on the most beautiful beach in the world - Whitehaven. The sand is so white and crunchy underfoot, and the beach is so enormous yours can be the only footprints you see. After a safe and secure night in the calm of Macona Inlet as the winds raged outside, we listened to various radio schedules where charterer’s were told their plans “could be lumpy” or “character building”. With a berth at Hamilton Island we were off for cocktails and ice cream. “Could be lumpy” of course has now become a family joke for anything difficult. Lesson learned: You don’t have to be a boating enthusiast, if you like the water you will have the time of your life on your floating caravan AND Do it now, if the ecological doomsayers are right, keep on coming, aither way you see a wonder of the world.
For years I looked out of the kitchen window at yachts sailing. “Don’t you wish you were out there?” was my standard question to my children, “No, you wish we were out there, we like watching television” was the standard reply. While sailing in Tonga in 2009 I realised the coral and fish life was disappearing and I had to take my kids to where it was still alive and protected, the Whitsundays. With suited three of the four children and a nephew we found our lost luggage and made a mad dash to Stonehaven where the rookie crew made a perfect job of anchoring.....perhaps no experience leads to better following of instructions!! On a mooring in the morning we snorkelled from the boat, amidst amazed cries of glee as heads popped up around the reef. With a certain amount of reluctance and disbelief I got them back on board to head round the corner into Butterfly Bay with the assurance it was even better. They had to admit yet again mother was right, and the coral and the sea life is the best we have seen inworld travels. With a storm was on its way and a day to see the sights on the eastern side we headed for more amazing snorkelling at Border Island then on the most beautiful beach in the world - Whitehaven. The sand is so white and crunchy underfoot, and the beach is so enormous yours can be the only footprints you see. After a safe and secure night in the calm of Macona Inlet as the winds raged outside, we listened to various radio schedules where charterer’s were told their plans “could be lumpy” or “character building”. With a berth at Hamilton Island we were off for cocktails and ice cream. “Could be lumpy” of course has now become a family joke for anything difficult. Lesson learned: You don’t have to be a boating enthusiast, if you like the water you will have the time of your life on your floating caravan AND Do it now, if the ecological doomsayers are right, keep on coming, aither way you see a wonder of the world.
Deborah - WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND
Chartered Elite 12 Sail 27/09/2010

inclusions

Type: Sailing Monohull
Length: 10 Metres (32 Feet)
Beam: 3.26 M

Specs

Engines: 30HP Inboard Diesel
Furling Sail (s): Head Sail
Steering Type: Wheel
Water capacity: 290L
Fuel capacity: 65L

Galley

  • Refrigeration (60 L)
  • Freezer (No)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: Yes: Small Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower