Launched in 2009, the Masteka 2 is available for charter along the East coast of Australia and the South Pacific Islands.
From the moment you set foot on this modern, elegant Superyacht you get a feeling of style, comfort and function. Beyond this, you get a sense of over engineering that permeates the yacht, giving Masteka 2 her excellent sea-keeping ability and expedition qualities.
Masteka 2 has 5 luxurious cabins accommodating 12 guests, a lower and upper lounge and enormous open deck area spanning 4 levels. All 5 cabins are fitted with spacious ensuites. The generous master bathroom includes a private full sized spa bath. The external areas flow from the swim platform to the observation deck on the top level including a full size Jacuzzi.
Serviced by 2 onboard tenders and a fleet of water sports toys she is well equipped to cater for the most discerning charter clients enjoying Australia or the South Pacific.
Masteka 2 is built to the strictest standards and makes this yacht exceptionally safe, strong and capable.
Masteka 2 will be operating in some of the Pacific’s most stunning locations including Fiji, Vanuatu and New Caledonia, Sydney Harbour, The Whitsundays and The Great Barrier Reef.
With a cruising range of up to 3000nm Masteka 2 has enormous capabilities for charter especially South Pacific cruising and remote destinations.
MASTEKA 2’s cruising grounds may include the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsundays and Sydney Harbour. With an itinerary tailored just for you and a crew dedicated to your enjoyment, your superyacht charter can be re-located to the region that best suits the experience you are seeking.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest reef system comprising nearly 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands – it is also the planet’s biggest single living structure made by billions of tiny organisms known as coral polyps. It stretches for over 2,600km, covering approximately 350,000 square kilometres.
A large part of the reef is protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which helps to limit the impact of human use.
The Whitsundays is one of Australia’s natural wonders – a treasure chest of 74 emerald islands set in a sapphire sea.
The island group lies midway along Australia’s Queensland coast, with the famous Great Barrier Reef reached after a short boat or seaplane ride. Airlie Beach is the vibrant hub of the region, and gateway to the islands – only eight of which are inhabited.
The islands and waters are rich with wildlife, the beaches and coves are places of magic. Sink your feet into the white, silica sands of world-famous Whitehaven Beach; hike an island trail to secret bays; or set sail across the sparkling azure waters, keeping company with the dolphins and rays.
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest reef system comprising nearly 3,000 individual reefs and 900 islands – it is also the planet’s biggest single living structure formed by billions of tiny organisms known as coral polyps. It stretches for over 2,600km, covering approximately 350,000 square kilometres.
Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city, and ranks alongside Vancouver, Cape Town and Rio as one of the world’s most stunning ocean-side cities. Its laid-back outdoor lifestyle and physical attributes make it the easiest and most pleasant of cities to visit. The people who live here are friendly and energetic.
All of its attractions lie within easy reach of the city centre. Sydney’s harbour is its natural playground, and at the heart of so much of what the city has to offer. It has a wide-ranging cultural life, dynamic food scene and vibrant cityscape of outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture. Iconic beaches and five major national parks deliver unforgettable experiences.
The Rocks is the oldest part of Australia’s oldest city, an intriguing cobblestone quarter of colour and character, located on the harbour shore.
Charters can be arranged all year round from different destinations.