Introducing our stunning new Lagoon 40MY -Motor Yacht, the newest member of our charter fleet! Whitsunday Dreaming is a safe, easy to use luxurious charter catamaran, with unrivaled comfort at sea or on a mooring. Fuel efficiency, long range cruising capacity and stability makes the 40MY a truly multipurpose boat.
On deck, the 40 MY will guarantee real cruising pleasure with a large sheltered cockpit and Weber BBQ, rigid bimini, convenient steering station, and a fabulous sunbathing area on the cabin top.
Inside, the accommodation combines elegance and comfort for up to 6-8 - guests (maximum 10) boasting 4 sophisticated cabins all with en suite, 2 forward pilot berths and collapsible saloon table.
The comfortable saloon and galley up design, with a convenient serving window keeps the cook in the action! The 250L fridge stores lots of yummy holiday fare.
On board the Lagoon 40MY the Whitsundays make available an array of activities, snorkelling, diving, bush-walks beach combing, island exploration or just relaxing on deck and soaking in the wide array of gorgeous sunsets or under star drenched skies sipping champagne cocktails. Bareboating offers a myriad of adventures.
"Throw off the bow lines. Sail away from the safe harbour.... Explore, Dream, Discover." - Mark Twain
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Vessel: Beneteau Oceanis 37, Little OneEquipment: VHF, Barbecue, Dinghi 6BHP, 3 CabinsProvider: Cumberland YachtingJourney:: approx. 200nm, 10 daysSetting:Due to a mile special by US Airways we were able to fly for the price of an ordinary economy flight first and business class to Australia/ Brisbane. So we thought we could sleep and relax and just enjoy a lovely easy day up in the air with all amnesties one could ever dream off.And it worked very well with little jet-lag. 2 weeks Australia is really feasible. The area looks very nice. We knew that we would have whales with their babies in this area (between June and October) and thetemperatures were somewhat mild but not super hot. Water a bit chilly I have to say though.Pros were clearly easy navigation due to eyesight navigation, lovely and save area, coverage by VHF, whale season, wonderful holdingCons were very restricted cruising area, some areas a bit crowded, shaky anchorages at times (due to current and wind fetch)Is it easy? Well you have a bit of tide (3m) and thus some current which is not helpful when wind is against current. Moreover crossing upwards against tide of 1-2 knots of current - tricky. One has to plan the journey a bit which is fine however due to the limitations it tends to be difficult. We saw some sailing vessels motoring quite a bit - hmm. There is no formal licence required however one should have a bit of practice in sailing and they give you a little test i.e. jibs, etc. But thats really easy. The reward for this efforts and money one is spending for coming over from Europe is well spend though - check out the pics or www.bjulrich.deJan - KRONBERG, GERMANY