Originally launched as a buoy tender in 1965, ANDA underwent a complete rebuild in 2012 and a thorough refit just two years later. Now she is offering an extremely rare opportunity to cruise the undiscovered region of Kimberley, located in the north-west corner of Australia, in complete luxury.
One of the most remote areas of the country, Kimberley features azure seas and beautiful white sand beaches set against the stunning outback. The region is bordered by the Indian Ocean on the west and the Timor Sea on the north and, perfect for luxury charter vacations, boasts untouched coral atolls, rugged islands and an incredible variety of marine life.
As beautiful landscapes pass by, unwind in the on-deck Jacuzzi, sip cocktails at the sundeck bar and enjoy meals with family and friends in one of the alfresco dining areas.
Then head inside the expedition yacht for a contemporary interior, which features cream upholstery and light-coloured panelling offset by rich timber cabinetry. A spacious main salon aft leads to a formal dining room amidships where charter guests can get together for evenings of socialising.
As well as welcoming cruising grounds, Kimberley has plenty of natural attractions inland for your exploration. These include the Bungle Bungle ranges, the huge Lake Argyle and the Gibb River Road.
Unwind in the on-deck Jacuzzi, sip cocktails at the sundeck bar and enjoy meals with family and friends in one of the alfresco dining areas.
Able to sleep up to 10 guests, luxury yacht ANDA consists of one full-beam master cabin, three double cabins and one twin cabin.
Charter guests can opt for The Fortescue, a 16-metre vessel tailored for game fishing, to accompany them on their adventure along the coastline of Kimberley.
42m Brodrene Lothe A/S, 1965 / 2012