Guests: 12 | Length (ft): 113

$18.000 - 18.000 / day

Guests12 GUESTS Cabins5 CABINS Crew7 CREW

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Length (ft): 113
Cruising Speed: 10
Guests: 12
Crew: 7
Cabins: 5
Fuel Consumption (ltr./hr.): 140
Year of Built: 2006
Refit: 2011
Flag: Cayman Islands
Make: Moonen
Daily Rate: €16.822 - 16.822 / $18.000 - 18.000
Original Price in Dollars

Summer location

Winter location
Australia, New Zealand

10-12 guests’ Overnight guests.

The owner will consider 12 guests overnight subject to guest configuration and final approval.


Forward on the main deck is the master suite with private office. The suite spreads full beam to ensure privacy. There is plentiful wardrobe space and a large bathroom with bathtub, double shower and underfloor heating.


2 x Double cabins. Consisting of a double bed (A mid-bed divider can separate into two singles), private ensuite and plentiful storage space.

(The beds are larger than a Standard Double)

2 x Twin cabins. Consisting of twin single beds and a pullman, private ensuite and plentiful storage space.

Pullmans can sleep adults.

La Gaia products on board.

Price Details
Weekly Rates: AUD $126,000 per week year-round + Tax + APA 30%

Short-term charters are considered upon final approval from the owner:

2 nights AUD$41,000 + Tax + APA
3 nights AUD$58,000 + Tax + APA
4 nights AUD$75,000 + Tax + APA
5 nights AUD$92,000 + Tax + APA
6 nights AUD$109,000 + Tax + APA

Brokers commission is calculated on the Charter Fee excluding GST 

Please enquire for conditions!
Note - any charters in Papua New Guinea will require a local guide at the Charterers expense

+ FLYING CUTLASS, an 8.4m tender jet boat – perfect for snorkelling, fishing, diving and exploration (not available for charters outside of Australia)
SAMPLE RELOCATION FEES (subject to fluctuation of fuel costs)

**Port Douglas(Homeport) to Whitsunday Islands, Great Barrier Reef **
> AUD$35,000 return Relocation Fee - approx. 320nm one way

**Port Douglas(Homeport) to Cairns**
> AUD$5,100 return Relocation Fee - approx. 35nm one way

**Port Douglas to Lizard Island**
>AUD$11,815 return Relocation Fee - approx. 120nm one way

Plus Expenses

Beam: 7.90
Draft: 2.40
Max Speed: 11.5
Total Cabins: 5
King Cabins: 1
Queen Cabins: 0
Single Cabins: 0
Double Cabins: 3
Twin Cabins: 2
Pullman Cabins: 0
Helipad: No
Jacuzzi: Yes
2 x Tenders 4.3m Swift Mirage RIB 60hp
+ FLYING CUTLASS, an 8.4m tender jet boat – perfect for snorkelling, fishing, diving and exploration (Note - this is NOT available for charters outside of Australia)

Scuba equipment:
10 x scuba diving sets
Stinger suits with boots and hoods (full cover)

14 x shorties wetsuits (adults and children), 12 x masks and snorkels, 12 x pairs of fins

1x XS tusa selene
2x S tusa liberator e II
2x M mares prestige
1x L mares prestige
1x L mares prime- not weight integrated
1x Xl mares prestige
1x Xl subgear accent- not weight integrated

All aqualung Calypso primary and alternate
1x tusa element computer with compass
1x tusa element computer
4x Aqualung i300c computer

Reef fishing gear
2 x stand-up paddle boards
12 x snorkelling sets (wetsuits, snorkels, masks, fins, stinger suits
2 x seabobs F5
1 x foam floating lilypad
1 x 2 person sea biscuit
1 x wakeboard
1 x set of water skis
1 x knee board
Inflatable and towable toys
Water sports protection helmets and impact vests

Dive instructor required for diving charters: approx. $700 AUD per day (Far North Queensland) Inclusive of all Dive gear
Dive guides to be quoted on an enquiry basis.

The cost of a dive guide can vary on availability and location of the charter.
Crew quarters do NOT have spare berths.

•Beach set up equipment e.g. gazebo, beach chairs, Webber BBQ and fire torches.
•Beach cricket set/frisbees
Watch the amazing video of BELUGA on the Great Barrier Reef:
TV and DVD players in Lower Deck Cabins.

Flatscreen TVs throughout
SONOS Entertainment system with movie selection and music: Main Salon, Bridge Deck and Sundeck
Netflix and Kayo onboard.
Guests areas and seating (nowhere seating for 12 around one table):

• MAIN DECK: Spacious aft deck for dining/ cocktails; main salon leads off the aft deck; powder room on the main deck foyer; Forward on the main deck is the master’s suite with private office. The suite spreads full beam to ensure privacy. There is plentiful wardrobe space and a large bathroom with bathtub, double shower and underfloor heating.
8 guests formal dining.

• LOWER DECK: Four guest staterooms, 2 double and 2 twins each with pullman. All cabins have plentiful storage space and bathrooms with underfloor heating.

• BRIDGE DECK: The sky lounge connects through a sliding glass door to the glass-enclosed upperdeck with overhead heaters. The wheelhouse includes a settee for viewing the great outdoors.
Seating aft: 10 guests maximum (a little tight)
Sunloungers - 1 double lounge on the bridge aft deck (moveable)

• SUNDECK: Jacuzzi, wet bar, exercise equipment, dining table, sun lounging pads
Double bed on Starboard and Port side (fixed, part of the superstructure)
Seating: 8 guests comfortably

• MONKEY ISLAND or “grand crow’s nest”: Ideal place for whale watching, reef spotting, or enjoying a champagne sunset.
Swimming Platform is accessed via the main deck (starboard side of the dining table), through to the garage then down.
Guests can also have access to the water via a side ladder, with flexible height, small standing platform for two.
Broadband VSAT internet in any location (unlimited data and supports Skype voice calls), up-gradable to higher speeds on request (see below).
VSAT is used 99% of the time around the islands.

Satellite Broadband via onboard WiFi is supplied at a minimum of (256/128 : 64/32) on an unlimited download basis free of charge. For charters of 7-nights or more, the service is complimentarily upgraded to (1024/512 : 256/128). Faster speed on request (additional charges apply, 1 month minimum notice).

To upgrade to (2048/1024: 512/256) is approx US$ 4,470 per month (deducted from APA).
Global KU plan. The service can only be activated for the month, not pro-rata.

NOTE: The first two numbers 256/128 are referred to as the MIR (Maximum Information Rate) in kbits/sec, with 256 being the download speed and 128 the upload speed. This is the speed that the service will work at. The second set of numbers (64/32) are the CIR (Committed Information Rate) which is the minimum guaranteed speed (download and upload respectively).
EU plugs - all adaptors provided.

Name: Barry Mcintosh
Position: Captain
Nationality: Australian
Description: With 25 years of professional experience as a Captain, Barry's career commenced aboard a sailing catamaran in the pristine waters of the Whitsundays. Throughout his extensive tenure, he has navigated vessels of considerable size, reaching up to 85 meters, across the Pacific, Atlantic, and South East Asia, exploring some of the most remote and challenging maritime destinations.

Barry is passionate about water sports and holds certifications as a dive master, kitesurfing instructor and surfing instructor, underscoring his commitment to providing exceptional guest experiences on charters.
Throughout his professional career, he has coordinated a myriad of charters tailored to a discerning clientele, which has included esteemed celebrities and athletes. These experiences have not only refined his abilities as a captain, but has also instilled in him a steadfast commitment to providing unparalleled service, prioritising safety, and ensuring the complete satisfaction of all individuals on board.

Name: Curtis Kynan
Position: First Officer
Nationality: Welsh
Description: Originally from Wales in the UK, Curtis moved to Australia when he was eight years old. As first mate on-board BELUGA, Curtis ensures the smooth day-to-day operations of the vessel, organising and facilitating guest activities, as well as maintaining the ship’s exterior in impeccable condition.

With a meticulous eye for detail, a passion for nature, and a love of exploration and adventure, Curtis has over ten years of experience in the marine industry working as a PADI dive instructor in Indonesia and along the East Coast of Australia.

Curtis is a qualified marine biologist and ecologist specialising in tropical reef species, with Coxswain, and Master V maritime certifications. Having previously served as the president of the JCU Dive Club, he has operated and directed SCUBA diving liveaboards along the Great Barrier Reef and managed and operated the marine and activities department on Orpheus Island Lodge.

When he’s not onboard, you’ll find him free-diving, fishing, sailing and rock climbing.

Name: Flynn Holton
Position: Stewardess
Nationality: New Zealander
Previous yachts: SY SEAHAWK 60m,
Description: Originally from the West Coast of Auckland, New Zealand, Flynn’s connection to the maritime world runs deep, shaped by her parent’s involvement in a superyacht refit company instilled a life a sea for her from an early age.
Flynn spent a year on a 60m luxury sailing yacht during its refit- rigging, interior and exterior. Back home, Flynn swum competitively for the Royal New Zealand Defense Force and worked as a barista before she made the move to Australia.

In her role as Stewardess, Flynn assumes a pivotal role in ensuring the seamless operation of the vessel. Flynn is in charge of provisioning, interior and housekeeping as well as delivering impeccable food and beverage service, consistently meeting the highest standards.
Flynn’s unwavering dedication ensures that guests receive the utmost care and attention throughout their journey.

When not on deck, Flynn loves to spend time sailing, hiking, doing yoga and exploring new places. She has a keen interest in photography and ocean conservation.

Name: Indiah Panizzutti
Position: Stewardess
Nationality: Australian
Description: Indiah brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her role as Deck/Stewardess. With more than two years of hands-on experience working on dive vessels and super yachts, she has honed her maritime skills and knowledge and this has helped Indiah excel on deck. She has worked as head stewardess on two charter yachts in the Gold Coast. Her journey into the world of high-end service commenced in 5 and 6-star day spas, where she worked as a therapist which intertwines with her skills as a stewardess.

As Deck/Stewardess, Indiah is in charge of exterior maintenance, as well as using her coxswain tickets to drive the tender. Additionally, she plays a pivotal role in interior duties such as turn downs, host duties and ensuring the impeccable service of food and beverages at the highest standards.

When she’s not on deck she’s in nature learning about her surroundings and finding fun facts and information about her pristine surroundings that she can share with guests on board to further enhance their experience.

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