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Beneteau 43

Sailing Monohull

A superb blend of elegant sailing and comfort with a sporty feel, this classic bareboat yacht is a breeze to sail.

From $500 - $865 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Beneteau 43 - 'Olivetta'


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.

Testimonial

Lets sail the Whitsundays, we said! What was originally an almost flippant throwaway line, turned into a reality more fantastic than we could ever have imagined. This dream trip was first set in motion through Cumberland Charter Yachts who offered bareboat catamaran charters. Little did we know that we would end up sailing on what turned out to be, for us, one of the finest in their fleet: Mango Tango, a 43" Perry Catamaran. From the moment we stepped aboard we knew we would not only get along with this gorgeous gal, but that she would keep us safe and provide us with one of the most idyllic on-water sailing experiences imaginable. We were struck by her classy timber interior, the spaciousness of the cabins (with ensuites), the luxury of the saloon area and the generous deck space. With six of us to accommodate over a two week period there was space aplenty for each of us. One of my favourite pastimes was sitting up front on the fore-deck trampoline as we cut through the blue waters. Mango Tango handled herself beautifully and with ease, whether in a light breeze or a squally southerly. Her water and fuel storage tanks are generous and allowed us the reassurance and range to meander the islands at our leisure. And when we were moored in a cosy cove at night, those foredeck trampolines became a stargazing extravaganza. At night we would gather in the saloon or cockpit area for meals, card games and celebratory drinks after a day navigating one of the most beautiful places on earth, knowing that our "Mango Tango" was the best home away from home we could ask for when holidaying in Paradise.
Lets sail the Whitsundays, we said! What was originally an almost flippant throwaway line, turned into a reality more fantastic than we could ever have imagined. This dream trip was first set in motion through Cumberland Charter Yachts who offered bareboat catamaran charters. Little did we know that we would end up sailing on what turned out to be, for us, one of the finest in their fleet: Mango Tango, a 43" Perry Catamaran. From the moment we stepped aboard we knew we would not only get along with this gorgeous gal, but that she would keep us safe and provide us with one of the most idyllic on-water sailing experiences imaginable. We were struck by her classy timber interior, the spaciousness of the cabins (with ensuites), the luxury of the saloon area and the generous deck space. With six of us to accommodate over a two week period there was space aplenty for each of us. One of my favourite pastimes was sitting up front on the fore-deck trampoline as we cut through the blue waters. Mango Tango handled herself beautifully and with ease, whether in a light breeze or a squally southerly. Her water and fuel storage tanks are generous and allowed us the reassurance and range to meander the islands at our leisure. And when we were moored in a cosy cove at night, those foredeck trampolines became a stargazing extravaganza. At night we would gather in the saloon or cockpit area for meals, card games and celebratory drinks after a day navigating one of the most beautiful places on earth, knowing that our "Mango Tango" was the best home away from home we could ask for when holidaying in Paradise.
Don - CALOUNDRA, QLD, AUSTRALIA
Chartered Perry 43 3 Cabin 22/03/2019
Boat Layout

inclusions

Type: Sailing Monohull
Length: 42.9 feet
Beam: 13.86 feet

Specs

Engines: 50hp Inboard Diesel
Furling Sail (s): Headsail
Steering Type: Dual wheel steering
Water capacity: 360 Litres
Fuel capacity: 200 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (220 Litres)
  • Freezer (60 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: Yes: Large Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower