This stunning yacht underwent a refit last year and now boasts a lavish and modern interior with accommodation for up to 10 guests, and space to host up to 36 people.
With four cabins, each with private en suites, the interior also features multiple living areas and a private cinema complete with surround sound, comfy lounges and its own private area.
Outside there’s a large sun deck with panoramic views to soak up, while the versatile outdoor area is ideal for dining al fresco or kicking back and relaxing as the sun sets.
The piece de resistance is the beach club, usually found in larger yachts, which allows guests to move easily from yacht to water.
“MOHASUWEI’s silhouette is distinctly Italian and she is distinguished in the market for this reason. However, it is her interior which is truly spectacular,” said Joachim Howard, Managing Director of Ocean Alliance.[owl_carousel class=”hide-dots owl-small”]
“Her owners undertook an extensive interior refit and the yacht now exudes casual charm and elegance, not to mention an impressive display of vintage photography.”
Ocean Alliance’s Charter Experience Manager, Laurie Foulon, added: “All the feedback we receive from our MYBA colleagues is a trend towards authentic and unique experiences. This is, in part, driving the growth and interest in Australia as a yachting destination for it has so much to offer in this arena.
“Furthermore, the yachting lifestyle is enjoying a renaissance in Australia and more yachts are arriving on our shores and being made available for charter. More yachts equal more options for the chartering clients.”
”The yachting lifestyle is enjoying a renaissance in Australia.”
As Australia is considered a year-round destination for cruising, this yacht is expected to be popular with the international market who can either head to the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands on the east coast, or to the Kimberley and Ningaloo Reef on the west coast for whale watching during the April to October period.
From November through to March, holidaymakers can head south to enjoy events such as New Year’s Eve on Sydney Harbour, the Australian Open and the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
“The owners are passionate about cruising in Australia and want to promote Australia as a luxury travel destination. It is perhaps something unique to the Australian yachting scene – owners become advocates for the country,” stated Captain Matt Conroy of MOHASUWEI.
MOHASUWEI’s homeport is Sydney and the yacht will be available in the Harbour, Pittwater (north of Sydney), the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef.