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

I would highly recommend CCY bareboating to anyone looking for one of those trip of a lifetime experiences! We were two families with limited boating/sailing experience, but with a love of the water and plenty of engineering/paddle boarding/snorkeling b/t the 4 of us adults & 3 children aged 7-12yo. We chartered the Lightwave 38 Powercat Charisma for 7 nights, which was just enough space for all of us and frankly with even the best of friends, the right amount of time together on this sized boat. We ordered meats, milk, eggs, WATER (a must) & alcohol from the local shop to be put on the boat and brought the rest in our soft packs, incl most of the veg & fruit which you can carry from Vic into Qld. Planning all meals & ingredients needed in advance a bit of a hassle, but again well worth it. Cooking facilities are of course limited (the bbq was giving us some grief). Travelled end of June right before Vic term break and really lucked out with the weather, @20-25 every day, as you do take some chances that time of year. Brought spring suits which were enough to stay warm-ish while snorkeling for hours on end, although there were days I wished I had a full wettie. Highly recommend windbreakers & jumpers for this time of yr and also hiring paddleboards to get from the boat to the shore, as the dingy not always convenient. Also missed a lot of the crowds which we hear can be ruthless during peak times when finding the perfect mooring! Had 1-2 moments of rough seas so planned our trip accordingly. Spent a good deal of time around Hook & Hayman and basically followed calm water and snorkelling spots. Now onto the good stuff - the wildlife & sunsets, absolutely magnificent. Turtles, dolphins, fish, corals, manta-rays, reef sharks, giant clams, sea birds..Relieved to see all of the re-growth after the cyclone in Mar/April of this year. CCY very helpful in every step along the way, all in all a very memorable trip, 10/10 and we will be back!
I would highly recommend CCY bareboating to anyone looking for one of those trip of a lifetime experiences! We were two families with limited boating/sailing experience, but with a love of the water and plenty of engineering/paddle boarding/snorkeling b/t the 4 of us adults & 3 children aged 7-12yo. We chartered the Lightwave 38 Powercat Charisma for 7 nights, which was just enough space for all of us and frankly with even the best of friends, the right amount of time together on this sized boat. We ordered meats, milk, eggs, WATER (a must) & alcohol from the local shop to be put on the boat and brought the rest in our soft packs, incl most of the veg & fruit which you can carry from Vic into Qld. Planning all meals & ingredients needed in advance a bit of a hassle, but again well worth it. Cooking facilities are of course limited (the bbq was giving us some grief). Travelled end of June right before Vic term break and really lucked out with the weather, @20-25 every day, as you do take some chances that time of year. Brought spring suits which were enough to stay warm-ish while snorkeling for hours on end, although there were days I wished I had a full wettie. Highly recommend windbreakers & jumpers for this time of yr and also hiring paddleboards to get from the boat to the shore, as the dingy not always convenient. Also missed a lot of the crowds which we hear can be ruthless during peak times when finding the perfect mooring! Had 1-2 moments of rough seas so planned our trip accordingly. Spent a good deal of time around Hook & Hayman and basically followed calm water and snorkelling spots. Now onto the good stuff - the wildlife & sunsets, absolutely magnificent. Turtles, dolphins, fish, corals, manta-rays, reef sharks, giant clams, sea birds..Relieved to see all of the re-growth after the cyclone in Mar/April of this year. CCY very helpful in every step along the way, all in all a very memorable trip, 10/10 and we will be back!
Melinda - ELTHAM, VIC, AUSTRALIA
Chartered Lightwave 38 Powercat 24/06/2017

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