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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Having had years of enjoyment sailing Cumberland's Seawind 1160's we finally decided to try the new Lagoon 40 power catamaran, Whitsunday Dreaming, and we were not disappointed. Dreaming is designed to a very high spec and finished to an equally high standard with many thoughtful extras. "Galley-up" makes for more cabin/heads space below and less room in the saloon, however the cockpit living/dining set up more than compensates for this. Her helming station is comfortable, efficient and sociable being very much part of the cockpit . The cabins are larger than average and the ensuites though compact, work well. We did feel that 10 people - probably including children - would be somewhat 'cosy', but that is a subjective view, the vessel is certainly equipped for that number. At first glance we wondered if the galley storage space would be enough, but appearances are deceptive. When we got organised we found that in fact there is ample room though a long arm would help with a couple of the cupboards. One thing to note, two fridges mean ample cold storage but freezer space is at a premium, so perhaps shopping a little differently is called for.There is a deck Esky requiring ice, maybe down the track Cumberland could consider making it powered if possible? Dreaming is a lovely vessel and generally looked after us like a lady, but all boats, even new ones, are quirky things and hiccups are not uncommon - just listen to the Skeds. What matters then is the support and help from the Company and over the years we have found Cumberland exemplary in this department which is very reassuring to know. To sum up, would we charter Dreaming again? Yes most certainly and probably will. This level of luxury in a charter vessel is exceptional and not cheap, but for the lovely holiday experience she offers well worth it. We do still sail our modest monohull at home in Mooloolaba but from now on we are converted to Power for our Whitsundays catamaran 'fix'.Brian & Lin - TWIN WATERS, QLD