The 35m/115ft motor yacht SPIRIT from New Zealand Yachts is now taking bookings in wondrous Australian destinations such as the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.
Delivered in 2004, SPIRIT sports an eye-catching profile thanks to the work of esteemed UK-based designer Ken Freivokh. With muscular lines, a dazzling blue hull and one-of-a-kind superstructure, she is sure to turn heads cruising the magnificent coastline of Australia.
Currently in the shipyard, she is undergoing many cosmetic, mechanical and engineering upgrades before re-launching in January 2017. She will then offer exceptional charter vacations in the Great Barrier Reef and Kimberley throughout the remainder of the winter months.
In the summer, she will continue to cruise throughout the world’s largest coral reef as well as the Whitsundays, and also provides the chance to explore the Solomon Islands, an unspoilt archipelago in the Pacific Ocean.
And, SPIRIT is certainly the perfect platform from which to explore these exquisite cruising grounds. Thanks to the skilful hand of Freivokh, she boasts a volume equivalent to a 45-metre motor yacht, which plays host to beautifully styled spaces and a long list of luxurious amenities.
Her luxe deck spaces are designed for entertaining, with an alfresco dining area on the main deck aft, a secluded foredeck equipped with lounging and casual dining options, and a sundeck with a wet bar, where guests can sip cocktails against idyllic coastal backdrops.
Plus, the hydraulic main deck lowers below the water line and forms a brilliant teak swim platform, where guests can make the most of the wide selection of exciting water toys on board. A dive master and kiteboarding instructor even forms part of the crew.
The interior of luxury yacht SPIRIT abounds in space and guests will be able to relax back in the comfortable yet sophisticated main salon lounge or indulge in a formal dinner around a high-gloss circular table.
After a busy day on their charter vacation, guests will be able to retreat to one of five contemporary staterooms, with the principal charter enjoying the delights of a full-beam master suite with its own private balcony on the upper deck.
With muscular lines, a dazzling blue hull and one-of-a-kind superstructure, she is sure to turn heads cruising the magnificent coastline of Australia
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