A superb blend of elegant sailing and comfort with a sporty feel, this classic bareboat yacht is a breeze to sail.From $600 - $865 AUD per night
Wander the Whitsundays in this classic Beneteau 43 with style and grace. With 3 double cabins and 2 ensuites, it is spacious enough for a fun group holiday for up to 8 people, yet intimate enough for a couple.
The saloon offers a large table with seating on 3 sides facing the galley which includes a gas stove and oven, making meal preparation a social affair. The companionway leads out to the cockpit fitted with a large fold-out table, deck BBQ and esky, perfect for drinks at sunset. The twin steering makes sailing it easy in any condition and the cockpit feel large and comfortable for all to sit back and relax as you sail around the Whitsundays taking in the amazing views.
The furling headsail is easy to operate and at 43 feet long, 'Olivetta' will take you on a relaxing meander to beautiful anchorages around the Whitsunday islands.
Because of our previous experience with Cumberland Charter Yachts they were our first and only choice for choosing a boat, but which boat. After plenty of research we chose a boat and booked it. Then we promptly upgraded to another boat. This went on for a while until we finally settled on a Salina catamaran, the mighty Serengeti. Was this the right choice? As we were to find out, too right it was. We like to be well organised so many fun get togethers were had sorting out food, drinks etc. We all had to do 2 meals each, a lunch and a dinner. Hope the kitchen would be big enough. It was! Plenty of frothies were ordered; hope there was enough fridge space. There was! Nara is a beautiful place to moor. Very calm and peaceful. That afternoon John and Steph from Cumberland motor over and take some video of the Serengeti and us at play. Yes you can see it on You Tube. In the morning the bay is a mill pond but we are off to snorkel at Blue Pearl Bay at Hayman Island. It is the best coral reef we come across. Deano and I found if you swam down deep and stay still you could hear the whales out at sea singing. Amazing! Goodbye Serengeti maybe we will meet again one day.Tiffany - ALBANY, WA