SV OriginToOur 50-foot Jeanneau DS "Origin To" is a big, beautiful new vessel, brilliantly laid out and appointed for six guests to voyage in luxury. She boasts all of the home comforts and entertaining facilities, plus style in abundance, a great powerful mast furling rig and electric winch. She's got a massive Deck Saloon area under a bimini in which to sit and enjoy the passing scenery, and is simply the best bareboat yacht available in New Zealand. 

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Bella Rosa is a lady with Style and Substance. She's 46 feet of comfortable performance yacht and she easily accomodates eight guests in three double cabins and a bunk-room. She's big enough to provide a great platform for cruising the Gulf and the coast, has a convivial and spacious saloon. Read more about Bella here

 

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 Sirocco is a quick, elegant vessel, configured with two double cabins (and a convertible double in the saloon).

A 38-foot Bavaria, her forté is as a roomy performance yacht for two couples... she has a big saloon, excellent cooking and entertaining capabilities, and sails superbly well with a conventional sail stack       Read more about Sirocco here

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Pure Escape is our group favourite. With three double cabins  this Bavaria 37 easily accomodates six on an extended cruise. She has a mast-furling main which makes sailing easy, and her roomy saloon, great headroom and big table makes spending evenings at anchor pleasant and comfortable. Read more about Pure Escape here

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True North is an economic and cosy 36-foot yacht for up to six people. She has a conventional sail stack, is nicely balanced and sails well, and being a little older, she has slimmer lines than other Bavarias...  the purist sailers prefer this and she's sometimes used for sail training for various organisations. In addition she has all of the extras and room required for a great family sailing holiday! A very versatile vessel!  

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Tangaroa is very comfortable for two or four guests with two double cabins. At 33 feet, she is great for the Gulf, has a mast-furling main all leading back to the cockpit for ease of sailing, and the trademark Bavaria internal volume makes for pleasant evenings in the saloon.

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Catherine is a little sweetie.... She's a 2010 boat, and I'm amazed at the impression of spaciousness that Bavaria have achieved down below in this 32-foot vessel. Nicely appointed, she sleeps four in two double cabins (and at a pinch, two in the saloon)  She has a conventional main, and is very tactile to sail with an old-style block in the cockpit for the mainsheet. 

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At 30 feet, Elizabeth Reed is our smallest hull, but punches above her weight!  Ideally suited to 2 adults and 2 kids with her two double cabins, she has all of the features of the larger yachts and is just perfect for exploring Waiheke, Kawau, or the Coromandel islands. She's easy to sail with her furling main, and the cabin is plenty big enough for four to enjoy a relaxing holiday

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Beneteau 57's have been a classic charter yacht the world over for the last few years. We're pleased to act as agent for this serious cruiser, Escape Artist . She's got the legs to range at will from the Cavallis to the Bay Of Islands, the Mokohinaus to Great Barrier, from the solitude of a pohutkawa-lined bay to the busy harbours of the City of Sails....Escape Artist offers a glorious platform to explore the entire Northland coast in the style that you deserve. 

She is outfitted to a great standard; she features a commander's double stateroom aft, two substantial double cabins with ensuite forward, and a twin bunkroom and a couple of casual saloon berths. The spacious grand saloon is supported by a fully equipped galley, and plenty of well thought-out storage.    

 

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