Whether guests want to snorkel above the Great Barrier reef or sink their toes into icing-sugar sand, Infinity Pacific will play the perfect host to superyacht vacations around the Whitsunday archipelago.
Primed for her Australian cruising grounds, the superyacht fuses outdoor living with a lavish selection of on-board amenities to ensure her guests can enjoy entertaining in style and relaxing in comfort.
Sure to be the social hub while chartering is the sundeck, which promises plenty of space for the entire charter party to kick back and drink in their idyllic surroundings. A Japanese-style spa pool dominates the space, while a chic seating area forward provides the perfect setting for an aperitif under the shade of the radar arch.
Those looking to cool off in the sea will be pleased to find a two-storey water slide, as well as a swim platform with easy access to a range of the latest water toys. Alfresco dining can be found on the sundeck, and an additional dining arrangement is located on the main deck aft.
Infinity Pacific will play the perfect host to superyacht vacations around the Whitsunday archipelago.
Stepping inside, guests will be wowed by the contemporary and sophisticated interiors of the motor yacht. A collaborative effort between Luca Dini Design and Frédéric Mechiche, her social areas feature light-infused spaces, with sleek ebony surfaces contrasted by glossy whites. A panoramic sunroom provides additional space for hosting social gatherings, while karaoke facilities ensure a fun-filled party atmosphere.
Launched by Mondomarine in 2007, the superyacht boasts accommodation for 10 guests across five cabins which feature the same crisp colour palette as her communal spaces. A second dip pool can be found on the main deck forward, adjoining the full-beam master cabin, while the remaining cabins are all located on the lower deck.