Hired Sunset Lady for 3 nights. Big and comfy. Really helpful team. Great advice on sailing. Great value for money!From $495 - $930 AUD per night
Sunset Lady is an exceptionally spacious, comfortable and functional boat with 4 double private cabins and an additional single berth in each front cabin; her cabins are light and airy with additional windows not seen on other vessels.
There are 2 bathrooms on board with a large water supply. She has a large saloon with seating for all, TV and DVD, the cabin doors fold and extend in to the cockpit providing further alfresco dining and plenty of room for all the family or a large group of friends!
The cockpit provides a shade cover, ample seating and storage for snorkeling gear. There is great access to the aft deck, where there is a deck shower and swim up ladders for easy access to the pristine waters of the Whitsundays.
Her sleek lines and ease of sail-ability make this lovely lady the perfect budget vessel for a large family. She breaks the rules when it comes to age before beaut. She is the perfect vessel for 10 passengers.
"Every Sunset brings the promise of a new dawn" - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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We four decided to spend a nice spring break on a beautiful enchanted holiday sailing through the Whitsundays (without anklebiters aged from 1 to 28). So excited we couldn't sleep so we walked up to the marina at 3am to try and guess which yacht was ours. We four had brekkie showered and headed straight back to the marina at daylight to wait for the briefing. The girls went shopping the boys ordered the drinks and ready we were. Our tutor was "Ralph" to show us the ropes (literally) and give us a run through the do's and dont's. We sailed away all nervous and making sure our Skipper had all under control. We dropped Ralph off at our first stop once he was happy with our sailing skills. Our greatest adventure was a recommendation by Ralph to go to Cid Harbour and check out the trails. So off we go the Skipper, Gilligan, Maryanne and Ginger decided after much persuasion and promises from the girls to take the trail walk. Of course the boys declared war on the trail walk and suggested we take the short cut back along the rocks. Ginger decides the rocks are too hard for her classy heels (pluggers) and takes a detour down the rocks along the shallow water. Oho the water wasn't shallow as Ginger found out when she slipped off the rocks into the depths. Bye bye camera, dry towel and heels. Out Ginger crawls, cuts from oyster shells, rocks and continues on the uphill climb along the rocks. With blood oozing out from the various cuts which you could not identify as Ginger was covered in things the size of Terradactyls. It wasn't March so they couldn't possibly be March flies. We continued to climb, slide and jump over these damn rocks, about to give up and the Skipper appears around the corner in the tinnie. This was definitely an adventure, well provided by Cumberland, luxury on water and wonderful service. Clean and tidy, well equipped and any assistance at your fingertips. Thank you all.Darren - MAROOCHYDORE, QLD, AUSTRALIA