Innovative design and modern lines defines this spacious multiull. 3 cabins with lots of extra's she's a dream to charter in the WhitsundaysFrom $499 - $759 AUD per night
Highland 35 - 'Stella Jean'
A perfect charter vessel to enjoy a Whitsunday bareboat escape be it a small family or couples wanting to cruise the Whitsundays aboard an easy to handle, compact and bright power catamaran.
She has 3 cosy double cabins and a generous bathroom down below. The galley is well equipped including a convection microwave and gas stove top. Sitting inside the saloon area contains for your entertainment, a TV, DVD and stereo with USB connectivity.
The convenient helm station is forward of the saloon with panoramic vision providing a plethora of natural light. In the cockpit there is a dining table with deck chairs, whilst the fly bridge provides ample seating, another helm station and a large sun lounge.
The Highland 35 is a great all rounder charter boat, making cruising the Whitsundays a dream come true.
My fiance and I booked the Blueberry Hill based on only the info I was able to get off of the Cumberland website. The trip was a complete surprise to her (other than she knew we were going to Australia). Long story short this trip was labeled the"trip of a lifetime" after our voyage was over. The weather was not as perfect for us as I have heard it has been for others. It was not a traditional prevailing wind so we had to plan our course carefully which of course the staff, as with everything ,was happy to assist and provide excellent advice. I was a little nervous the ole Blueberry Hill was possibly not in great condition because it read 4 out of 5 stars. She was launched earlier than the other power boats but I must say it was in great shape. The galley had great room, the cockpit was perfect size. All the extras, windlass, large freezers, good showers just made life aboard excellent. I dove and my fiance loves to fish and our plan put us somewhere different every night but one and we were able to accomplish both successfully. Our tender had a small issue because I had squeezed the fuel line between the tank and the gunnel and they sent somebody out within a half hour - such a great guy I forced him to then have a beer and lunch with us. Loved the underwater observatory idea however it is a little run down also they do not require a fee however donations are appreciated so make sure you bring whatever cash you feel free donating to get it back into good shape. Chalkies Beach was a hit and fishing was excellent. Best dives were up at Luncheon Bay and Butterfly Bay. Views were breathtaking, wines and food were spectacular from the provisioning. We are fortunate we did not leave pregnant - ok maybe a little tmi. Staff at Cumberland thank you so much!! Scott and Meaghan 7/1/2008 through 13/1/2008Scott - PASADENA, MD, UNITED STATES