We had an amazing trip on the Perry power cat We had 2 Families, 4 adults and 6 kids, there was plenty of room for everyone.From $855 - $1315 AUD per night
"CUMBERLAND MAGIC" and "CUMBERLAND PRINCESS"
We have two terrific Perry 44.5 Power Catamarans available for charter! These are identical vessels which feature 4 private cabins, 2 Queen and 2 Double. Both Queen cabins feature and en suite and lots of storage. There is also a larger bathroom located port side.
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 big table; ideal for a family dinner or an enthralling game of cards. The TV/DVD and state of the art stereo provides endless entertainment for all.
The cockpit and fly bridge 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, both of these vessels are easy to handle with limited experience.
"Magic has to be believed. That's the only way its real" movie quote "A Little Princess"
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My last experience with bareboat charters was 25 years ago just before my wedding. We have been meaning to do it again..but family, school, and life intervened. At last, with grown up kids (16 - 21) we finally made a date. We decided on a power cat as we had no skills with, or interest in, furling sails. It was a great decision, as this was a most relaxing holiday : Wake up, cup of tea, consider the weather (always sunny) and pick a nice bay in which to snorkel. What's not to like? SO SO relaxing. The Motor Catamaran (Cumberland Princess) was good for 8 (our family plus three young friends). Couldn't fault the facilities, but you must know that this is really camping in style (with good amenities). We hired two kayaks and a stand-up paddle board, and all were use regularly. You must get stinger suits in December. Snorkelling is a daily activity. We didn't want for anything. The fridge and freezer space was relatively generous, so we managed to self-cater with ease. The thing we loved the most (apart from the snorkelling) - the wheel-house, which was well covered from the sun, and was a nice retreat from the main cabin. We will ABSOLUTELY plan another bareboat charter with Cumberland. They were fabulous to deal with, even so far as sending us a few forgotten items after we disembarked. WONDERFUL !Rebecca - RIVERSTONE, NSW, AUSTRALIA