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Perry 44.5p

Power Catamaran

A spacious flybridge, galley and after deck makes this power catamaran a breeze to navigate around the Whitsundays on your bareboat holiday.

From $965 - $1315 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Perry 44.5p - "Cumberland Majical"


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.

Testimonial

Dear CCY Staff. We have to apologise for the lengthy delay in sending you our review, however, we want you to know how much we enjoyed the week we spent on Sailing Monohull Lazyitis last September. The weather was not the best with us, waking up to rain every morning. We would be then sailing to our next anchorage in some fairly challenging weather, however, each day around lunch the clouds would part and the sun would appear usually around the time of us reaching our destination. We would then have the most magical afternoons and evenings. Due to the fairly constant prevailing winds at the time we didn't get to a lot of anchorages that we would have liked, staying mainly in the leeward and more sheltered sides of Hook and Whitsunday Islands. Having said that, we now know that we will be back for another holiday. It was one of the best holidays we have had for a long time. We now have a better understanding of the islands and feel that we would try and charter the same vessel again. Cheers Bruce James and Pauline Holmes P.S. Say hi to Terry. We will try and catch him at the Sailing Club for trivia night when we come back and have a beer with him.
Dear CCY Staff. We have to apologise for the lengthy delay in sending you our review, however, we want you to know how much we enjoyed the week we spent on Sailing Monohull Lazyitis last September. The weather was not the best with us, waking up to rain every morning. We would be then sailing to our next anchorage in some fairly challenging weather, however, each day around lunch the clouds would part and the sun would appear usually around the time of us reaching our destination. We would then have the most magical afternoons and evenings. Due to the fairly constant prevailing winds at the time we didn't get to a lot of anchorages that we would have liked, staying mainly in the leeward and more sheltered sides of Hook and Whitsunday Islands. Having said that, we now know that we will be back for another holiday. It was one of the best holidays we have had for a long time. We now have a better understanding of the islands and feel that we would try and charter the same vessel again. Cheers Bruce James and Pauline Holmes P.S. Say hi to Terry. We will try and catch him at the Sailing Club for trivia night when we come back and have a beer with him.
Bruce - CLONTARF BEACH, QLD, AUSTRALIA
Chartered Beneteau 323 06/09/2016
Boat Layout

inclusions

Type: Power Catamaran
Length: 44 feet
Beam: 21.8 feet

Specs

Engines: 2 x 60hp Inboard Diesels
Furling Sail (s): N/A
Steering Type: Flybridge
Water capacity: 1000 Litres
Fuel capacity: 890 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (170 Litres)
  • Freezer (72 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

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