'Blueberry Hill' is a fantastic Elite powered catamaran, with sleek lines and a spacious flybridge, featuring a state of the art fish-finder for the serious fisher person.
A spiral staircase leads to the flybridge, which has space for all aboard to take in the sights.
The 240 volt genset provides power aplenty for the air conditioning and those extra toys that may need charging.
Her layout is designed to impress with Italian light fittings, a spacious nav table and larger than average separate bathroom for guests.
Relax in the spacious accommodation for 6 people. Enjoy the extra features such as air conditioning and 240 volt power.
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2nd time round for some of 22 people on Magic, Gallavanter, and La Belle Vie. O/nite Cid Harbour, 2 nights Macona Inlet - snorkelling great, and not even snorkel rated in "100 Magic Miles". Great beach, with inlet to ourselves. To Whitehaven next day and out Apostle Bay for overnight, Tongue Pt too busy. Storm pre dawn showed cascading waterfalls down the boulder like cliffs. Anchored Tongue Pt for walk to Hill Inlet lookout. Plan to go outside of Hook Island appeared great timing, winds 10-15 knots and apparent from scheds a lot of boats heading for Whitehaven - we're going the opposite way! Confirmed by scheds, when we relayed heading for Manta Ray, he said "you guys are doing it right!" Moored at Butterfly and snorkelled there, then overnight at Butterfly II. Again great snorkelling and water flat as a tack! Manta Ray Bay for another great snorkel, huge fish, and of course again flat as a tack - no current or anything. After lunch to the top end of Hayman, Blue Pearl Bay, the weather and winds were perfect for this area, and the coral and snorkelling was again magnificent and different from the other areas on the outside. Our last night, at South Molle, saw us at the seafood buffet, and meet up with a group from Tassie, attending a wedding. Never have I seen the bride, groom, and all bridal party all in the pool fully dressed! Pretty funny night, and of course some of us had to join them in the pool! The winds came up on Friday night, gusting to 34 knots, and Sat. morning saw lots of rain, and CCY base advising that winds were expected to be up for the next 3 days, and all charters would have to stay on the inside. Time for us to depart! We had the best time, many memorable moments, never laughed so much, eaten soo much and swam so much for a long time. Cumberland Magic was truly a fantastic boat and we are so lucky to have a great boat, tremendous crew, magnificent weather, smooth seas, even on the outside.Kim -