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Seawind 1160 Lite

Sailing Catamaran

With a sleek interior and clever use of space, the
Seawind 1160 Lite provides comfort and practicality with its wide open spaces.

From $755 - $1045 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

Seawind 1160 Lite - 'Happy Hour'


Featuring 3 double cabins and 2 ensuites, this is an ideal catamaran for a group of friends or a family due to the privacy offered by the location of each cabin. With the galley located in the starboard hull, this allows the saloon in the centre of the main cabin to be larger than what you'd expect to find on a vessel this size.


The galley is simplified with an upright fridge/freezer and 3 burners stove while still offering the same amount of storage with ring lockers, a handy shelf and plenty of cupboard space - far more in fact than in larger cats with galley up designs.


Forward hatches in the main saloon allow the cool Whitsunday breeze to flow from front to back and out through the aft deck, where another lounge area allows crew on board to sit in comfort watching the islands glide by as you sail.


With twin helms and a self-tacking headsail and deck esky, its the perfect place to position yourself with a cold beverage as you charter around the Whitsundays on your bareboating holiday.


Go bareboating and discover a holiday the kids will talk about for many years to come. 

Testimonial

Cumberland Magic through the Whitsunday Islands a truly memorable experience. First night at Nara Inlet was spent in seclusion with fresh Oysters off the rocks. Come morning we snorkelled among the coral forms, then off to Mays Bay for a swim. After to Butterfly Bay, Itís amazing with the cockpit surrounded by butterflys on a safe anchorage. Next day up anchor to Blue Pearl Bay for a swim among a school of large fish then across the top of the Whitsunday Island Chain and down to Hook Island trawling for Mackeral. We moored in Cateran Bay.Snorkeling in the morning was incredible, an easy distance from Magic. Tongue Bay,where everyone enjoyed a walk on the island and the view over Whitehaven Bay. Fresh mackeral at hand we anchored for the night, and enjoyed another fish BBQ aboard. Chalkies beach the next morning was an absolute delight. Through the Pass across the top of Hamilton Island with the first signs of civilization again. After a quick radio ashore, we were escorted to our Berth for the night. Island buzzing, the jet airliners landing across the face of the Marina, a truly international feel. Cid Harbour, anchored easily and quickly a family of turtles welcomed us. A tender over to the small island beside Cid Island for some snorkelling and a late afternoon walk on Dugong Beach. Off to Day Dream Island and on to anchor. A couple of whales 50m astern of Cumberland Magic, having never been this close we were enchanted, they just hung out and swam enjoying the sun much the same as we were.The Girls were keen to catch up with Greg Evans from A Perfect Match! Back in Abel Point Marina, a Cumberland escort was available to guide us in and the cruise had come to an end all too soon. With this being our first bare boat charter, it definitely wont be our last with Cumberland. The boat was immaculate, reliable. We feel we have only scratched the surface of what we could see and are keen to return.
Cumberland Magic through the Whitsunday Islands a truly memorable experience. First night at Nara Inlet was spent in seclusion with fresh Oysters off the rocks. Come morning we snorkelled among the coral forms, then off to Mays Bay for a swim. After to Butterfly Bay, Itís amazing with the cockpit surrounded by butterflys on a safe anchorage. Next day up anchor to Blue Pearl Bay for a swim among a school of large fish then across the top of the Whitsunday Island Chain and down to Hook Island trawling for Mackeral. We moored in Cateran Bay.Snorkeling in the morning was incredible, an easy distance from Magic. Tongue Bay,where everyone enjoyed a walk on the island and the view over Whitehaven Bay. Fresh mackeral at hand we anchored for the night, and enjoyed another fish BBQ aboard. Chalkies beach the next morning was an absolute delight. Through the Pass across the top of Hamilton Island with the first signs of civilization again. After a quick radio ashore, we were escorted to our Berth for the night. Island buzzing, the jet airliners landing across the face of the Marina, a truly international feel. Cid Harbour, anchored easily and quickly a family of turtles welcomed us. A tender over to the small island beside Cid Island for some snorkelling and a late afternoon walk on Dugong Beach. Off to Day Dream Island and on to anchor. A couple of whales 50m astern of Cumberland Magic, having never been this close we were enchanted, they just hung out and swam enjoying the sun much the same as we were.The Girls were keen to catch up with Greg Evans from A Perfect Match! Back in Abel Point Marina, a Cumberland escort was available to guide us in and the cruise had come to an end all too soon. With this being our first bare boat charter, it definitely wont be our last with Cumberland. The boat was immaculate, reliable. We feel we have only scratched the surface of what we could see and are keen to return.
Justin - FLOREAT, WA
Chartered Perry 44.5p 24/08/2010
Boat Layout

inclusions

Type: Sailing Catamaran
Length: 38 feet
Beam: 21.5 feet

Specs

Engines: 2 x 25hp Yamaha Outboards
Furling Sail (s): Yes
Steering Type: Cable Steering
Water capacity: 700 Litres
Fuel capacity: 200 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (130 Litres)
  • Freezer (60 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: No: Small Inverter
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower