"TREASURE" What a little gem!
She is a beautifully appointed yacht with innovative features that performs well! Treasure certainly fits this description! Easy to handle, high stability and quick are more keywords used to describe her and we are very proud to have this little gem in our charter fleet.
Dehler describes the boat as a "family yacht that can win races". If you're a couple or young family looking for something special then you'll enjoy Treasure!
Her interior boasts two spacious and light double cabins with excellent storage, a roomy saloon with 2 settees which could be utilised as extra beds. Treasure uses the available space without ever feeling crowded.
Treasures deck has an awning which spans each side of the boom, providing shade for those lazy Whitsunday afternoons on deck.
Swim and snorkel straight from the rear of the boat, float around with the local sea life and who knows, you may just find your own treasure!
This little jewel will see you comfortably around the always surprising and pristine Whitsundays and you will be the envy of all the other bareboats who youll pass by!
"Everyone on earth has a Treasure that awaits them" Paulo Coelho
Come and meet your Treasure, enjoy the video and check availability below
We saw this as a voyage of discovery of many dimensions. A week in the Whitsundays islands sailing yacht Treasure (34' Dehler 'cruising racer') with 5 family on board with not a huge amount of experience. And Cumberland Charter Yachts? Brilliant, from start to finish. Excellent web site - the Charter Centre really helped get us organised. Thanks to Terry for the thorough induction, after which we were off....... No mutiny, no major incidents, just subtle changes in the hierarchy through the week. The islands are truly amazing both above and below the water's surface....fantastic coral.... being surrounded by curious fish when moored up, some enormous..... hearing large splashes in the night....was that a shark? Most islands are deserted wildlife havens and clearly a global treasure - there is surely an urgent need to reinforce protection, extend no-go zones and no anchoring zones. The sailing was superb - a virtually constant f3-4, 5 at times warm SE wind. Treasure turned out to be a very capable and easily handled yacht and well equipped. All in all, a fantastic "once in a lifetime" bareboating holiday but one we would love to repeat.Rupert - ST IVES, CORNWALL, UK