Innovative design and modern lines defines this spacious multiull. 3 cabins with lots of extra's she's a dream to charter in the WhitsundaysFrom $499 - $759 AUD per night
Highland 35 - 'Stella Jean'
A perfect charter vessel to enjoy a Whitsunday bareboat escape be it a small family or couples wanting to cruise the Whitsundays aboard an easy to handle, compact and bright power catamaran.
She has 3 cosy double cabins and a generous bathroom down below. The galley is well equipped including a convection microwave and gas stove top. Sitting inside the saloon area contains for your entertainment, a TV, DVD and stereo with USB connectivity.
The convenient helm station is forward of the saloon with panoramic vision providing a plethora of natural light. In the cockpit there is a dining table with deck chairs, whilst the fly bridge provides ample seating, another helm station and a large sun lounge.
The Highland 35 is a great all rounder charter boat, making cruising the Whitsundays a dream come true.
First, congratulations must go to the whole Cumberland Crew for their highly professionally operated business; Meticulous attention to detail, and endless friendly help is there from start to finish. Set up: The website is splendid to contemplate your holiday: endless information guiding would be charterers towards the best vessel for them and accurate budgeting tools. Valet parking and coach travel was booked for us and nothing missed a beat. Arrival: We received the best friendly personal welcome that exceeded all expectations. Vessel: A treat to step aboard and see the presentation, so many rolled up perfectly white towels of many sizes, more than 2 per person! We chose to sleep on board the night before Charter and this was a good move to get our frozen food stored from 3pm. This allowed a relaxed night, (after late night shopping for perishable food) and we were familiar with most parts of the vessel before the briefing early the next day. This facility is a real winner not just for the financial advantage. The Lipari 41 accelerated to 9 knots en-route to Nara in 25 knots, and a new experience at being able to walk around in these conditions. No going back to a monohull! The walk to the cave at Nara is great. Be prepared to share breakfast with the resident white cockatoos here. They will sit on your arm eating cereal from your hand! Have your camera ready! Blue Pearl Bay: The pristine coral and the visiting fish were highlights as was the unbelievable sunsets. Tongue Bay: So many small and very large turtles everywhere. The walk over the hill to view Hill inlet takes your breath away. So much more....... go explore! The memories will last a lifetime. Geoff and CrewGeoff - INNISFAIL, QLD, AUSTRALIA