A spacious flybridge, galley and after deck makes this power catamaran a breeze to navigate around the Whitsundays on your bareboat holiday.From $805 - $1315 AUD per night
Featuring 4 private cabins; 2 queen with their own ensuites each and 2 doubles sharing an ensuite. The functional galley is loaded with fridge and freezer space, a small oven and gas stove top making meal preparation hassle free. The roomy and inviting saloon contains a large wrap around settee around a large table ideal for a family dinner or entertaining. The TV/DVD and stereo provide entertainment when needed. The cockpit and flybridge are huge and a great place for entertaining, both have an oversized esky to keep your refreshments icy cold with plenty of seating and stereo speakers. With 2 x 60hp diesel engines, the Perry 44.5p is easy to handle with limited experience.
Our recent sailing adventure formed part of my husbands 60th birthday celebrations where along with our son and daughter in law we spent 6 magical days exploring some of the most beautiful places on earth. The weather for the most part was great and we experienced sailing in rough 25 knot breezes to glassy conditions. There were many highlights, from taking in the breathtaking views from the lookout at Tongue Bay to swimming at Whitehaven Beach and spending the night there enjoying a few wines while watching the most amazing sunset. Snorkelling at Langford reef was so much fun and finding a turtle to explore with us was unforgettable. We also had perfect conditions while snorkelling off Blue Pearl Bay and Pinnacle Bay. We loved Stonehaven so much that we went back and spent another night there where the Sunsets and sunrises are spectacular. Thank you so much to all the staff at Cumberland, from the time we booked they helped with all our questions and were friendly and extremely helpful from the moment we arrived at the marina until we left. Peter our sail guide was terrific. He patiently went through everything with us at our 4 hour briefing and quickly worked out that the best job for me was radio operator whilst enlisting the other 3 to do the more challenging tasks before sending us on our way. Our boat Latitude Lady was perfect for 2 couples with plenty of room for the 4 of us to move easily around, and being a catamaran stable enough for comfortable sailing in the conditions we encountered. It was fitted out with everything you could possibly need. Two things I would suggest to first timers like us is to definitely stay onboard the night before if you can to enable you to unpack, shop and get to know the boat before you leave the next day and whatever you pack clothes wise, halve it. I packed far too much. The memories of this holiday will last with us forever and I am already planning when we can do it all again. Geoff & Deb and Adam & Lauren BrownGeoff - Berowra Hts, NSW, AUSTRALIA