Celebrating Australia’s burgeoning superyacht industry and lush cruising grounds, the Australian Superyacht Rendezvous has traditionally only played host to yachts based in the area; until now.
In a new move, the Halters-built superyacht SuRi will also be joining the line-up for the 2019 edition of the yachting meet.
One of the event’s organisers, Trenton Gay, has said: “It’s an exciting coup to have a renowned international vessel joining our line-up of stellar Australian-based yachts.”
SuRi been proving her seafaring capacities since her launch in 1978, however, a full-scale conversion in 2012 has made her a prime candidate for yacht charters in the lap of luxury.
It’s an exciting coup to have a renowned international vessel joining our line-up of stellar Australian-based yachts.
Not only does she boast a helipad and hangar, she also features a deck jacuzzi, spa and seemingly-endless list of the latest water toys and accessories.
One of SuRi’s stand-out features is her home theatre, where guests are able to get a closer look at the underwater world of their cruising grounds thanks to glass panels in the floor.
The Australian Superyacht Rendezvous is expecting a bumper turnout this year, with luxury yachts including the 35m/ 115ft motor yacht ‘Emerald Lady’ and the 37m/122ft charter yacht ‘Ghost II’ on the line-up.
Both are excellent options for those looking to explore Australia and the Great Barrier Reef on a Whitsundays luxury yacht charter vacation.
“The Australian Superyacht Rendezvous will present the most comprehensive and impressive assembly of superyachts ever seen in Australia.” The organisers have said.