Exclusive bareboat vessel coming to Whitsundays

Exclusive bareboat vessel coming to Whitsundays

In March 2021, the only Leopard 50 available for charter in Australia will be added to the Whitsunday Rent a Yacht (WRAY) fleet.

The Leopard 50 is a next-generation catamaran with more space, more luxury and more sophistication. Designed to replace one of the best-selling Leopard Catamarans of all time, the award-winning Leopard 48, the new Leopard 50 sets the bar for cruising catamarans.

Jim Korosec, Whitsunday Rent a Yacht Managing Director reveals “We are thrilled to be the only charter company providing access to such a prestigious vessel in our world-class location.”

Point of Sail is the 2020 Leopard 50L. The L stands for lounge, in other words, a flybridge, with a U-shaped couch, table and sunbed, external speakers and shade awning located atop the cockpit Bimini.

WRAY sales manager James Middleton shares that the Leopard brand is world-renowned for providing the ideal chartering vessel, primarily because their layouts offer more outdoor living spaces including forward and rear-facing cockpits along with ease of vessel operation and handling.

“The new Leopard 50 is a unique offering for guests looking for a premium choice in the Whitsundays” says James. “Internal and external design has been even more refined, with a clever merging of inside and outside spaces creating a great sense of openness. The outdoors literally pours into the saloon and sleeping cabins; an element which is perfect for those soaking up the stunning Whitsundays scenery”.

Point of Sail offers first-class luxury and unmatched space with all the touches of a private boat. She includes an owners suite, three double cabins with ensuites and a single berth, self-contained crew cabin in the port bow. Her maximum capacity is 11.

Point of Sail is available to bareboat charter guests with prior boating experience, or skippered charters for those wanting someone to take the helm. She will be available for charter from March 2021.

Whitsunday Rent a Yacht is the longest operating bareboat charter company in Australia and are based in Shute Harbour, just 10 minutes from Airlie Beach. Their location means they’re closer to the islands giving guests more time to explore. They have created a waiting list for interested guests and encourage those interested in hiring the new Leopard 50L to get in touch. More details at http://www.rentayacht.com.au/