Helia 44

Sailing Catamaran

The hugely popular Helia 44 Evolution
Arrives mid 2019 Enquire now to be the first to charter this stunning vessel. 

From $1879 - $2629 AUD per night
* Based on a 7 night charter

Description

The first Fountaine Pajot Helia 44 available for charter in Australian waters.


Huge volumes in the saloon and accommodation areas are complemented by the epitome of elegance in contemporary design. Featuring 4 cabins and 4 bathrooms plus air conditioning throughout, these make cruising the waters of the Whitsundays even more enjoyable all year round.


Large portholes in the catamaran's hulls increase natural light by 30% while delivering enhanced views and a stylish aesthetic. Brilliant panoramic vistas from the saloon allow even more natural light to illuminate the interior, which enjoys a sleek, contemporary design.


Up on deck, life is even more relaxing than ever on the new Helia 44 Evolution. The catamaran features additional lounges for lazy afternoons with friends or a book as you watch the sun set over the horizon. Make your next charter yacht the Helia 44 Evolution and set sail for a holiday of a lifetime in the Whitsundays where dreams come true.

Boat Layout

Testimonial

Six couples who'd be friends, that's the truth. Since the heady days of our misspent youth. Felt the siren call of a Whitsunday sail, And there my friends, hangs a whale of a tale. Cumberland Charters were the first port of call, Highly recommended by one and all. When it comes to boats, they're the best by a mile, And no one can beat Sue's on-line chat smile. Our vessels were booked and the teams allotted, To Princess and Magic, then a course was plotted. Lateral, Cardinal, starboard and Port, Compass Navigation also some thought. The two teams were determined, to compete, With neither boat wanting to face defeat. As we battled it out with a range of tests, To determine the crew that was best of the bests. Invent a cocktail was challenge One, Magic's "Abracadabra" clearly won. While the "Princess Colarda" was rather nice. but it lacked some kick and a little spice. The fishing contest was abit of a bust, As the lack of worms had us all nonplussed. "Where was the bait" is the question you're posing. Why, back on the dock---- decomposing! Cricket on Whitehaven was the next big clash, The Princess crew body-lining to win by a dash. Meanwhile some of us took our ease, With Champis and Lobster served under the tree's. While enjoying Palm Bay in it's glorious splendour, The skippers decided to teach us of the tender. Which went really well except for a small mistake, By one crew member confusing the throttle and Brake. Snorkeling revealed the glorious reef, With colous and wildlife that beggars belief. And those who had never dived before, Fell in love with beautiful ocean floor. An unbeatable days on the boats we spent, The time it flew. Came and Went. We loved every minute, every hour, every day, And Yes, it was OUR VERY BEST HOLIDAY. The question was asked, Are we coming back? Cumberland Cruises can hang their hats on THAT!
Six couples who'd be friends, that's the truth. Since the heady days of our misspent youth. Felt the siren call of a Whitsunday sail, And there my friends, hangs a whale of a tale. Cumberland Charters were the first port of call, Highly recommended by one and all. When it comes to boats, they're the best by a mile, And no one can beat Sue's on-line chat smile. Our vessels were booked and the teams allotted, To Princess and Magic, then a course was plotted. Lateral, Cardinal, starboard and Port, Compass Navigation also some thought. The two teams were determined, to compete, With neither boat wanting to face defeat. As we battled it out with a range of tests, To determine the crew that was best of the bests. Invent a cocktail was challenge One, Magic's "Abracadabra" clearly won. While the "Princess Colarda" was rather nice. but it lacked some kick and a little spice. The fishing contest was abit of a bust, As the lack of worms had us all nonplussed. "Where was the bait" is the question you're posing. Why, back on the dock---- decomposing! Cricket on Whitehaven was the next big clash, The Princess crew body-lining to win by a dash. Meanwhile some of us took our ease, With Champis and Lobster served under the tree's. While enjoying Palm Bay in it's glorious splendour, The skippers decided to teach us of the tender. Which went really well except for a small mistake, By one crew member confusing the throttle and Brake. Snorkeling revealed the glorious reef, With colous and wildlife that beggars belief. And those who had never dived before, Fell in love with beautiful ocean floor. An unbeatable days on the boats we spent, The time it flew. Came and Went. We loved every minute, every hour, every day, And Yes, it was OUR VERY BEST HOLIDAY. The question was asked, Are we coming back? Cumberland Cruises can hang their hats on THAT!
Barry - BONBEACH, VIC
Chartered Perry 44.5p 10/07/2007

inclusions

Type: Sailing Catamaran
Length: 43.7 feet
Beam: 24.4 feet

Specs

Engines: Twin VOLVO 50hp
Furling Sail (s): Headsail
Steering Type: Wheel
Water capacity: 1000 Litres
Fuel capacity: 500 Litres

Galley

  • Refrigeration (265 Litres)
  • Freezer (90 Litres)
  • Oven
  • Deck BBQ
  • Microwave

Comforts

  • AM/FM Radio
  • iPod Dock
  • CD Player
  • TV/ VCR
  • 240 Volt Power: Yes: Genset
  • Fans
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bimini
  • Deck Esky
  • Deck Shower