Size / Year Built / Builder
113.0 Ft / 2006 / Moonen
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.
2 x Twin cabins. Consisting of twin single beds and a pullman, private ensuite and plentiful storage space.
Pullmans can sleep adults.
Maximum 10 guests sleeping on board.
Molton Brown products on board.
6 berths for 6 Crew.
A 7th Crew member is now part of the complement for long-term charters, accommodated on the chaseboat.
Maximum 2 crew members (Skipper + Deckhand) at all times.
ZULU / LEVANTE (other Chaseboat options)
Can be arranged on a case-by-case basis - please enquire !
These are great when guests require a Dive Master for example.
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
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.
* Yoga mats
* Bench press chair with dumbbells
2 x Tenders 4.3m Swift Mirage RIB 60hp
2 x brand new F5 Seabobs (4 power levels)
1x Waterskis, 1x wakeboard, donut, banana
2 x inflattable SUP
Jacuzzi (6 pax)
Scuba equipment including 14 x shorties wetsuits (adults and children), 14 x masks and snorkels, 12 x pairs of fins
Stinger suits with boots and hoods (full cover)
The Owner's wife is a very avid diver (up to 4 dives a day)
Diving gear including dive compressor with unlimited tank fills (additional equipment can be hired)
12 x BCDs (buoyancy control device)
16 x Bottles
10 x Octopus Rigs
* Diving Certifications can be delivered during the charter, at no additional cost. 10yo minimum age.*
• All fishing gear
Gopro and drone
1 x Chaseboat included in full weekly charter, with her dedicated crew (Captain and Deckhand). Fuel comes out of the APA.
Delivered in October 2017, the 40ft Assegai is a custom-built express-style sports cruiser. MINKE is exclusively dedicated to BELUGA.
She boasts a Seakeeper stabilization gyro which limits sea sickness and wave motion!
She also employs the Twindisc express joystick system which smoothly and simultaneously actuates and controls engines, transmissions, propellers and thrusters, which can hold the vessel in any fixed position, crab the boat diagonally or straight sideways and rotate it 360° on its axis.
Divers’ platform with built-in stern thruster, removable diver’s ladder with teak treads and duckboard with laid teak on top of the platform.
The new MINKE accommodates 1 skipper and 1 Dive Master/Deckhand.
Sleeping Configuration: 3 berths within the saloon area (inside with A/C ) plus two further berths in the open bridge area (if required, undercover with clears).
MINKE can be towed behind BELUGA.
Optionally available (at additional cost) alongside BELUGA, ZULU is a 54ft Assegai, custom built game fishing vessel launched late 2014.
ZULU is the most technologically advanced game boat to hit the waters of Australia thus far.
Fishing configuration: She boasts a Seakeeper gyro, Furuno omni-directional sonar, three wetfaced keel mounted transducers connected to the new Furuno chirp sounder system as well a Furuno 1150 sounder with a widebeam transducer. Zulu also features the Twindisc Express Joystick system which smoothly and simultaneously actuates and controls engines, transmissions, propellers and thrusters, which can hold the vessel in any fixed position, crab the boat diagonally or straight sideways and rotate it 360° on its axis.
Dive instructor required for diving charters: approx. $350 AUD per day + flights. Accommodated in a guest cabin OR on the chaseboat.
Watch the amazing video of BELUGA on the Great Barrier Reef: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3LVZGocRT0
Watch the amazing video of BELUGA on the Great Barrier Reef: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3LVZGocRT0
VSAT is used 99% of the time around the islands.
Satellite Broadband via onboard WiFi is supplied at a minimum of (256/128 : 64/32) on an unlimited download basis free of charge. For charters of 7-nights or more, the service is complimentarily upgraded to (1024/512 : 256/128). Faster speed on request (additional charges apply, 1 month minimum notice).
To upgrade to (2048/1024: 512/256) is approx US$ 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.
Our team endeavors to provide up to date and accurate information regarding each yacht in our listing, however some yachts reserve the right to make last minute changes to their availability and rates. With this in mind, please note that premium rates may be attached to certain destinations and dates, such as Christmas and New Years in the Caribbean or July and August in the Mediterranean. Kindly contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s final rate and availability.
Name: Peter Lacey
PREVIOUS YACHTS: MY MUSTIQUE (35m, charter), MY GEORGIA 11 (27m), MY DREAMTIME (35m, charter), MV PEARL (25m, charter)
OTHER: MY REEL SCREAMER (17m), Coral Princess (35m cruise ship), ISLAND PASSAGE (44m), Commercial Vessels
PETER HAS CRUISED: Australia – North to South and East to West, and the Great Barrier Reef extensively; Japan, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands.
Originally from South-East Queensland, Peter has a diverse amount of maritime experience spanning over 30 years in different areas of the industry and covering the South Pacific cruising grounds. In 1991 and after a degree in Business Management, Peter dipped his toes in the superyacht industry as a Dive Master and First Officer on board MY MUSTIQUE, on the East Coast of Australia. Working up the ranks, he then gained experience as Master and Chief Engineer on superyachts, catamarans and small intimate cruiseships. His roles have provided him with extensive and first-hand knowledge of the most pristine areas of the Great Barrier Reef, offering his guests incredible diving and fishing experiences (high-end light and heavy tackle game fishing).
Peter also visited some of earth’s most remote areas such as Arnhem Land and the Kimberleys in the Northern Territory of Australia, and participated in delivery voyages around Australia and as far as Japan. As Operations Manager, Peter managed up to 3 monohull dive vessels operating out of Cairns, and has often offered to share his passion to guests on all of his roles with extreme attention to safety and comfort. In 2013, he became a certified marine teacher within Australia’s National Training Center. Joining BELUGA in October 2016 as a Chief Engineer, he has since taken on the role of Captain.
Peter is a PADI Dive Master, and when not on board his interests include trail bike riding, fishing, 4WD, rugby league and obviously, scuba diving. He looks forward to welcoming guests on board and is proud to be leading an incredibly experienced team on board BELUGA.
Name: Darren Sommerville
Position: First Officer
PREVIOUS YACHTS: SY SPIRIT OF THE C’S (64m), MY DE LISLE III (42m), SY ABEL TASMAN (26m), SY KAWESKAR II (15m), SY GEORGIA (50m), MY AQUALBIBRIUM (40m)
OTHER: Dive boats, Salvage tug boats, catamaran operators
DARREN HAS CRUISED: The Mediterranean, Caribbean
Australia and the Great Barrier Reef extensively; New Zealand
Multiple crossings include from France to the Maldives
South Pacific (Tonga, Tahiti)
Darren’s experience is varied, and we are delighted to be welcoming him on board BELUGA. Cruising the oceans since 2003, he has acquired an array of superb sea experiences, from New Mexico to the Great Barrier Reef, from a deckhand position to Skipper and Engineer on private and charter yachts.
On board SY ABEL TASMAN, Darren was standby captain of the 20ft Bounty Lugger boat during the 4-month reenactment of Captain William Bligh’s 4000nm open boat voyage after the mutiny, filmed by Channel 4 in the UK. He has conducted several projects and managed extensive shipyard periods around the world. Darren is a PADI Dive Master (completed in 2012 in the BVIs), RYA MCA Ocean Yacht Master (Completed in Auckland, New Zealand). He is passionate about travel and after a 2-month break back home in Australia, is ready to sail the seven seas with great enthusiasm!
Name: Sarah Esterhuysen
PREVIOUS YACHTS: Sole Chef MY ACHILLES (37m), MY XANADU (34m), MY DE LISLE III (42m), Head Chef MY CAKEWALK (85.6m), Second Chef MY LA MASQUERADE (55m)
OTHER: Private Chef, Private Villa (Switzerland and France)
19 years in the world’s array of kitchens and galleys, preparing tasting voyages for guests on and off shore… Sarah certainly is well travelled.
Her experience prior to superyachts (since 2006), spanned the oil, gas, mining and hospitality sectors – but eventually the ocean gained her heart back allowing her to prepare beautiful culinary delighted in a more intimate environment. Sarah prides herself in sourcing the freshest, locally produced ingredients for guests – from fruit and vegetables, meats, preparing the caught of the day… she enjoys the challenge of cruising remote areas and delivering seamless palate experiences.
It is no surprise that gardening aligns with Sarah’s passion of cooking, but she is also passionate about any watersports and outdoor activities.
Please enquire about Sarah’s full sample menus!
Name: Megan Becker
Position: Chief Stewardess
PREVIOUS YACHTS: MY NINA J (42m), MY SIBELLE (44m), MY OHANA (44m, ex SISTER ACT)
MEGAN HAS CRUISED: Australia, South Pacific, the Mediterranean and Caribbean
Megan’s childhood was spent with her family in Coffs Harbour, Australia. It was here, surfing at the local beach, that she discovered her love for the ocean.
Megan began her career in the yachting industry as a masseuse, and her thirst for knowledge helped her build her career. Her creative attitude and fast learning skills blended into the passionate and strong chief stewardess that she is today.
Megan has a wonderful sense of humor and will provide the best attentive service for the guests, while creating that fun and relaxed atmosphere onboard for both guests and crew to appreciate.
Megan enjoys all aspects of the yacht and will endeavour to make her guest time onboard BELUGA an experience of a lifetime.
Name: Stuart McCuaig
PREVIOUS YACHTS: MY SEA WIND (18m), YT LADY SOUL (31m), MY PLATINUM (50m), MY THUMPER (40m), MY HAYKEN (50m)
STUART HAS CRUISED: The Mediterranean, Caribbean, Australia and the Great Barrier Reef.
Holding a Y3 3000Kw Chief Engineer certificate in hand, Stuart completed 2 Apprenticeships as an Electrician and as an Automotive Mechanical Technician, working in these trades for a total of 12 years before moving to Superyachts. He defines himself as having excellent fault-finding skills with modern electronics and wiring systems, engines and transmissions, AV, IT and networking.
Stuart has lived around the ocean ever since his birth, acquiring over 4,000nm of recreational offshore experience - including an outright win in the 2008 Sydney to Hobart yacht race on board the TP52 Quest. He has competed in numerous Australian National titles in a range of boats including J24’s, Sydney 38’s and Melges 24’s and 32’s with great success.
Name: Ryan Hallinan
PREVIOUS YACHTS: MY SuRi (64m)
OTHER: Commercial vessel MV BRABO, Western Australia.
RYAN HAS CRUISED: Australia, South Pacific (Fiji)
Originally from Cairns in Far North Queensland, Ryan is your go-to man for local knowledge and advice whilst traveling through the area. He loves the outdoors, camping and especially spearfishing. Like all crew onboard Ryan is always happy, smiling and ready to create for you the most amazing time on board BELUGA, at any given opportunity.
Name: Daniel Radcliffe
Position: Chaseboat Skipper (MINKE) - on rotation
Daniel joins MINKE to accompany BELUGA, and takes care of guests for excursions such as fishing, diving, or exploring the waterways.
Daniel was born and raised in Cairns, Australia. He has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the marine industry and is a qualified Master 5 captain, diesel fitter and an experienced crewman in all aspects of fishing. Daniel has worked on the water for over ten years including over six Cairns heavy tackle marlin seasons on the deck. He also owned and operated his own marine diesel fitting business.
Name: Erin Smart
Position: Optional Dive Instructor (upon availability)
In 2017, Erin proudly obtained her 10 year Padi Pro Membership Award.
Erin’s passion for Diving started in Port Douglas, when she first became a Dive Master and worked as an Underwater Photographer. In 2008 she went to the Philippines and became a PADI Dive Instructor. Having worked now in Queensland Australia, the Philippines, Western Australia, Thailand and Mozambique, Erin is a highly experienced Dive Professional and brilliant Guide.
Kids are somewhat of a specialty of Erin’s and everywhere that we have worked, she is always dedicated to teaching the younger generation to dive.
In her 12 years’ experience, Erin has had the privilege of leading on a spectacular dive, one of Australia’s most iconic travel show presenters/Indigenous Australian actors, the one and only Ernie Dingo! Erin was interviewed as part of a four-part series, called “Going Places”. She is also involved with GBR Legacy, and amazing initiative run by John & Linda Rumney. John has worked for over 40 years on the GBR, educating, researching, fundraising & creating awareness for the underwater realm. Erin first met John when he was operating & skippering UNDERSEA EXPLORER, a not for profit research vessel.
Erin’s passion for diving is enhanced by truly inspirational and knowledgeable research teams she collaborates with. Her 9 volunteering experiences have taken her to the most remote corners of the Northern Ribbon Reefs, Lizard Island, Osprey Reef and Raine Island. Donating equipment and her time, she was previously involved in research projects equivalent to the current “SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS” on the Great Barrier Reef.
In her underwater world, Erin has had the chance to share encounters with great and small sea creatures: Whalesharks, Manta rays, Hammerheads, Minke whales, Tiger sharks, Eagle rays, Barracuda, tiny Nudibranchs, Lion fish.... the list goes on... that’s the beauty of diving!
Note: The dive instructor or any third-party Crew members are an additional expense.
They need to be accommodated in a guest cabin, or on board the chaseboat.
Inclusions and exclusion are not standardized across the different yachts, with each offering slightly different terms. Please contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s availability, individual pricing based on the number of guests in your party and particular dates, as well as the list of the inclusions and exclusions for that particular yacht.
This yacht offers an “All Inclusive” Rate:
Typically this includes all your breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks. Standard Ship's Bar which includes your alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. Fuel for the yacht and its tender, and the necessary water for the onboard facilities. Use of the Yacht’s onboard equipment and the Captain, Chef and Crew’s services.
Excluded are airport transfers costs, onshore excursions and tours, as well as any food or beverages purchased ashore. Although optional, crew gratuity is customary at 15% - 20% of the charter rate for the Caribbean and 10% - 15% for the Mediterranean.
Inclusions and exclusion are not standardized across the different yachts, with each offering slightly different terms. Please contact us for a proposal that details the yacht’s availability and individual pricing based on the number of guests in your party, as well as the list of the inclusions and exclusions for that particular yacht.
This Yacht offers a “Plus Expenses” Rate:
Included are the Yacht and its onboard equipment as well as the Captain, Chef and Crew’s services.
Excluded are food and beverages, fuel for the yacht and its tender, any dockage, airport transfers costs, onshore excursions and tours, as well as any cruising permits, licenses and other charter related expenses. Crew gratuity, although optional is customary at 15% - 20% of the charter rate for the Caribbean and 10% - 15% for the Mediterranean.
Advanced Provisioning Allowance:
For "Plus Expenses" charters, yachts request an Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA), which is generally estimated at 20% - 25% of the base charter fee for sailing yachts (catamarans and monohulls) and at 30%-35% for motor yachts. The APA essentially creates a bank account for the Captain to purchase provisions, fuel, dockage, food, beverages, bar, and other consumables on the charterer's behalf. The Captain will keep all receipts and manage a running balance of the account, so that expenditures can be checked at any time. Any amount not used will be refunded at the end of the charter. If during the charter the costs have exceeded the collected APA, then additional funds will be required for the outstanding bills. All purchases are transparent and nothing is marked up. The APA is used purely for the charterer's provisions and charter-related expenses.