Latitude 1035

Sailing Catamaran

Fitted out with practical comforts in mind, a perfect mid-range catamaran to sail around the Whitsundays

From $489 - $879 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Latitude 1035 - 'Latitude Lady'


Boasting 2 queen size cabins forward, both with an ensuite and a double cabin aft -space and privacy are a premium and perfect for 2 or 3 couples or family.


With a separate full size aft bathroom, your Whitsunday sailing adventure is complete. The central galley is located in the main saloon making meal preparation a social affair and a pleasure to do, while you reminisce about the days' adventures.


Huge fridges and freezers ensure your provisioning is kept cold and fresh throughout your charter, and the large well positioned hatches create excellent air flow to catch those cool sea breezes of the Whitsundays.


Large double sliding doors connect the saloon and galley to the aft deck bringing the outdoors in and the generous deck space makes it a great place to enjoy a BBQ and sundowners.


With dual steering, manoeuvring and sailing the catamaran is a dream, giving you leeway for some freedom of choice to explore the Whitsundays at leisure and with pleasure.

Boat Layout

Testimonial

Arrived at Airlie the day before to make last minute preparations for a week aboard Sunset Lady – still did not get it all done, but we were on holidays, so what does time matter? Set sail for the wide blue yonder after a shake down and get-to-know-the-boat session – all very efficient and professional. Headed for the best dive spots at the top of Hooke Island, being pushed along by a fresh NW breeze in dazzling sunshine and gliding through glittering waters. Dragged a lure and spent 30 minutes trying to get a nice yellowfin tuna aboard to ‘enjoy’ the fun, but only to see it wipe off on the hull – plenty more fish in the sea! Got too hot so rigged a ‘catch line’ and bailed overboard – so refreshing.. Spent lots of time at Butterfly Bay, Manta Ray Bay and the Pinnacles – just what everyone said – spectacular, especially the massive GT’s and Bat Fish at Manta Ray. Overnighted at Border Island and Chalkies – memories of Melbourne Uni dive trips in the 70’s (it was way different back then however!) Did the Whitehaven bit for the rest of the crew. The view from the lookout access from Tongue Bay was brilliant and an amazing photo opportunity location (plus a nice walk to boot). Experienced a bit of rain (but nothing like later in December and early January) – just brilliant waterfalls off the islands and a well washed superstructure. Made the water a bit dirty but still plenty of clean water locations like Deloraine Island and the Pinnacles. It was sad to get back to reality and leave our home for the last week, but we have wonderful memories and are already planning our next escape from reality.
Arrived at Airlie the day before to make last minute preparations for a week aboard Sunset Lady – still did not get it all done, but we were on holidays, so what does time matter? Set sail for the wide blue yonder after a shake down and get-to-know-the-boat session – all very efficient and professional. Headed for the best dive spots at the top of Hooke Island, being pushed along by a fresh NW breeze in dazzling sunshine and gliding through glittering waters. Dragged a lure and spent 30 minutes trying to get a nice yellowfin tuna aboard to ‘enjoy’ the fun, but only to see it wipe off on the hull – plenty more fish in the sea! Got too hot so rigged a ‘catch line’ and bailed overboard – so refreshing.. Spent lots of time at Butterfly Bay, Manta Ray Bay and the Pinnacles – just what everyone said – spectacular, especially the massive GT’s and Bat Fish at Manta Ray. Overnighted at Border Island and Chalkies – memories of Melbourne Uni dive trips in the 70’s (it was way different back then however!) Did the Whitehaven bit for the rest of the crew. The view from the lookout access from Tongue Bay was brilliant and an amazing photo opportunity location (plus a nice walk to boot). Experienced a bit of rain (but nothing like later in December and early January) – just brilliant waterfalls off the islands and a well washed superstructure. Made the water a bit dirty but still plenty of clean water locations like Deloraine Island and the Pinnacles. It was sad to get back to reality and leave our home for the last week, but we have wonderful memories and are already planning our next escape from reality.
Peter - WAHROONGA, NSW
Chartered Elite 12 Sail 28/11/2010

inclusions

Type: Sailing Catamaran
Length: 34 feet
Beam: 18.9 feet

Specs

Engines: 2 x Yanmar 21hp Engines
Furling Sail (s): Headsail
Steering Type: Wheel (2 Steering Stations)
Water capacity: 600 Litres
Fuel capacity: 240 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (340 Litres)
  • Freezer (54 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: No: Small Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower