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This beautiful Fusion sailing catamaran "Razzle Dazzle" was launched for charter in September 2005.
The latest production infusion moulded catamaran designed in Australia and manufactured here in the Whitsunday Islands by Fusion Catamarans. This method produces the strongest and lightest sailing catamaran available in it's class.
This luxury Fusion 40 catamaran features all the latest designs setting new standards in performance catamaran sailing. The interior of the Fusion catamaran is professionally fitted out with full headroom. Located in the upper bridge deck area is the galley, saloon and entertainment centre that includes flat screen TV and DVD stereo system. There are 4 private cabins, the 2 fwd cabins have full size queen bunks fitted with large en suites and the 2 aft cabins have double bunks with shared vanity.
In the large cockpit area of this Fusion catamaran there is ample comfortable seating, sun awnings, BBQ and good refrigeration. "Razzle Dazzle" is ideal for 3-4 couples or 2 families looking to charter a spacious, luxury, performance Catamaran
Highly sought after by the keen salor, the Fusion 40 sailing catamaran satisfies the family with it's comfort and Dad with it's sailing ability.
RADIO & MOBILE PHONE COVERAGE IN THE WHITSUNDAY AREA:
Your vessel is equipped with a VHF marine radio. This is manned from the base at Abel Point Marina. Mobile phones work in most areas in the Whitsunday Islands if you have a line of sight to the mainland or Hamilton Island. The vessel is fitted with cigarette lighter outlet for mobile phone charging.
The Specifications of Fusion 40 Sailing Catamaran
LOA: 12.2 mtrs (40ft)
FUEL: 400 litres
HEADROOM: 1.9 mtrs
DOUBLE BERTHS: 2
INTERIOR SHOWERS: 3
GALLEY FRIDGE / FREEZER: 140ltr & Cockpit 40ltr / 100ltr
STEREO CD / TUNER: Yes
COCKPIT / FRIDGE: Yes
COCKPIT CUSHIONS: Yes
GPS / PLOTTER: Yes
BEAM: 7.2 mtrs (23'6)
WATER: 800 litres
PRIVATE CABINS: 4
QUEEN BERTHS: 2
OVEN / GRILL / 4 BURNER STOVE: Yes
DVD / FLAT SCREEN TV: Yes
DECK BBQ: Yes
BIMINI COVER: Yes
DECK SHOWER: Yes
COCKPIT TABLE: Yes
Whitsunday Charter Boats hire luxury catamarans for bareboat charter and have a fleet of immaculate luxury catamarans for you to chose from. Combine this with the expert local advise, and you are well on the way to the Australian bareboat sailing holiday of a lifetime.
Bareboat Charter Itinerary For Sailing The Whitsundays
After orientation and charter briefing, sail off to fjord-like Nara Inlet located on Hook Island. Explore the aboriginal caves, and water falls in this beautiful setting. Relax and get comfortable for your first night in the Whitsundays.
Relax in the Whitsundays with the Operator
Set sail for the famous Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island. Here you can enjoy miles of pure white silica sand, and pristine waters. You can anchor off the beach, or head over to Chalkies Beach for a sheltered nights anchorage.
Bareboat charters in the Whitsundays with Whitsunday Luxury Catmarans
Cruise over to Hamilton Island, for fresh supplies and water. Why not stay for the night and enjoy all the island has to offer. Treat the crew to dinner ashore with many restaurants and bars to choose from.
Holiday in the Whitsundays with the Operator
After breakfast at the marina, set sail for Cataran Bay on Border Island. Here you can enjoy spectacular snorkeling, diving and bushwalking. After lunch, up anchor and sail to Macona Inlet on Hook Island for a calm anchorage.
Snorkel the whitsundays with the Operator
A gentle sail down the Whitsunday Passage will bring you to the northern end of Hook Island, famous for its abundant fringing coral reefs. Snorkel and explore Stonehaven Anchorage, then cruise around the corner to beautiful Butterfly Bay for the night.
Sail the Whitsundays on your next bareboat charter holiday
After breakfast a short sail to Hayman Island, will delight! Blue Pearl bay offers world class snorkeling and diving. Cruise over to Langford Reef and pick up a mooring, head ashore and explore the beautiful sand cay. Motor over to Caves Cove for your last night onboard.
Sailing in the Whitsundays is easy with the Operator
After an early breakfast, set your sails for the last time and reach to Able Point Marina, where the Operator will be ready to meet you as you enter marina.
* You'll need to be flexible when planning your itinerary ahead of time. Weather forecasts are given out on your VHF radio twice daily or upon request. *
Provisioning for charter boats
The most important part of any charter boat holiday is the food and drink! There are a couple of good supermarkets locally, where you shop and provision the boat yourselves when you arrive. Alternatively you can take the stress out of shopping, and let the Operator do the hard work for you.
Our charter boat provisioning service offers a quality range of provisioning packages tailored to bareboat charter boats, and will be stowed onboard prior to your arrival. Please ask the Operator for further details
100 Magic Miles Book - a must for any Whitsunday Charter Boat Holiday
Why not be really prepared before you arrive and purchase a copy of the "100 Magic Miles of the Great Barrier Reef" by David Colfelt. This book is a highly regarded cruising guide for bareboat charters in the Whitsunday Islands.
The book contains, maps, photographs and great information, that's essential for anyone thinking about a bareboat charter the Whitsundays. Please let the Operator know if you would like to purchase a copy.
The Whitsunday’s form part of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, so you can always guarantee fantastic diving and snorkeling. Snokelling gear is provided for you, but if you wanted to hire dive gear please contact Aqua Dive, located at Abel Point Marina 07 4946 4074 or email: email@example.com to arrange your gear requirements.
The Whitsunday Islands
The Whitsunday Islands are among the finest charter cruising grounds in the world, offering tranquil turquoise waters, secluded anchorages, and perfect year round tropical climate, it’s no wonder people return to these islands year after year!
The Whitsunday Islands are situated off the North East coast of Queensland, and are world famous for amazing scenery, beaches, and fringing coral reefs. The Whitsunday waters provide a vast array of marine life including whales, dolphins, turtles and mantarays, making it a prefect spot for snorkeling and diving.
There are over 70 islands in the Whitsunday group, so you can guarantee that no matter which direction the winds are blowing, you will always be able to find a safe and comfortable anchorage for the night. And with easy line of sight navigation, cruising the Whitsundays could not be easier.
The Whitsundays has something to please even the most discerning sailor. Anchorages such as Nara or Macona Inlet offer spectacular lush fjord like scenery with smooth tranquil waters for a perfect nights sleep. You can explore the inlet on foot or by dinghy and enjoy waterfalls, aboriginal cave paintings and an abundance of native wildlife.
The Whitsunday Islands provide a safe, sheltered breeding ground for the majestic Humpback Whales. Each year between July and October, these gentle giants return to the Whitsunday's to raise their newborn calves, and enjoy the warm tropical waters before their annual migration back to Antarctica.
Whitsunday Charter Boat Weather Information
The Whitsundays are located at 20 degrees south, so share the same latitude with Fiji and Vanuatu. With average daily temperatures of 27 degrees, during your charter you can expect a warm tropical climate nearly all year round. The summer season runs from about December to February with warm tropical days and occasional showers.
From March to September you can expect the trade winds to dominate, with a prominent south east to east wind direction. During the months November through January it's normal to get wind from the north, north east direction. Generally the most settled time of year for a bareboat charter is from August through until November.
But whatever time of year you choose to bareboat charter, you will be guaranteed spectacular sailing, and magnificent scenery.