A well known and popular vessel developed specifically for the charter market, the Voyager 1040 has space and comfort in mind for the avid bareboat charterer and family.From $644 - $809 AUD per night
Boasting 3 private cabins and a separate comfy bathroom with a bright and airy saloon that also incorporates a raised wrap around lounge and dinette. The central galley opens onto the large covered cockpit which features plenty of seating, fantastic outdoor BBQ and kitchenette, large freezers, folding seating, and a vast swim platform makes this a fantastic vessel for a charter in the Whitsundays for up to 6 people.
Perfect for those who spend a lot of time in the water! Moulded stairs provide easy access to the spacious flybridge where there are twin helm seats and a comfortable lounge with ample seating for six.
The flybridge makes a great entertaining area with drink holders, room for an extra esky and 360-degree views of the Whitsundays. This area can be enjoyed in any weather, full wrap around clears and shade protection make this a great family boat.
Sailing Cumberland Yacht Charters’ boat ‘Infusion” was, in a word, magnificent. In just a week we experienced the best of the Whitsundays, visiting Nara Inlet, Stonehaven Bay, Blue Pearl Bay, Butterfly Bay, Cid Harbour, Tongue Bay, Macona Bay and of course spending the day swimming and lazing on the beach of Whitehaven. The first three days under sail with fair winds and seas were ideal, even if “Infusion” was built for comfort and not for speed. The last three days the seas were flat and hardly a breath of wind, so motoring was the go. The night between these was somewhat dark and stormy, highlighted by a medical emergency on board. A radio call for help was answered and “Fearless’ came to our rescue and took the patient off to Hayman for medical assistance. After a short hospitalisation he recovered and continued on. Swimming, snorkeling or just sitting on board “Infusion” looking at the magnificent views across the bays and inlets, the pure white sandy beaches, the blue sky, the brilliant sapphire water and glorious sunsets and even the cockatoo that dropped in for breakfast made it very hard to return to home and work.Keith - SORRENTO, VIC