Sleek and stylish, the 80ft (24m) Italian-built luxury charter yacht, LA MAR is the perfect getaway craft, with versatile accommodation for up to eight guests and available for charter in the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s most fascinating cruising destination.
LA MAR (ex-AWOL) is the perfect charter yacht for exploring the bays and anchorages of Hamilton Island, Hayman Island and the crystalline waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Onshore, there are hikes through National Parks to secluded bays or summits with dazzling views, while Hamilton Island offers an incredible selection of experiences including golf, karting, boutique shopping, dining and spas.
The aft deck is the ideal space for dining alfresco or enjoying time together as your guest take to the water. On the foredeck, sunpads, table and seating invite casual dining, sunset cocktails and panoramic views while underway or at anchor.
The flybridge boasts a fantastic dining area adjacent to the helm, with unimpeded views to the horizon.
Inside, LA MAR is decorated in a modern, chic style, with leather lounges, gloss timber panelling and wraparound windows for illumination and magnificent panoramic views. The saloon has a comfortable lounge and entertainment centre including Foxtel and extensive library of movies, while belowdecks is the dining room and professional Chef’s galley.
LA MAR accommodates up to six guests in three luxurious cabins: a luxurious master with ensuite and two double cabins convertible into two twin cabins. Light and airy, all cabins have plenty of storage, flatscreen TVs, large windows and private ensuites.
WATERTOYS & TENDERS
For guests’ enjoyment in the Whitsundays, LA MAR is equipped with an impressive array of watertoys, including a Williams 325 Jet tender for jaunts to shore and towing, snorkelling gear, fishing equipment and beach cricket and sports equipment for all the family.
Her professional crew are renowned for their enthusiasm, local knowledge and ability to show guests an incredible charter of diverse experiences in the tropical Whitsundays.