Infinity Pacific, one of the newest additions to the Australian charter yacht scene, is characterised by a sleek, sporty exterior, spacious design, and modern, yet entirely comfortable décor.
Originally built in 2007, this luxury superyacht spent its first years in Perth as a charter vessel exclusively for private clients. In this time, the yacht was immaculately maintained, periodically undergoing small improvements and upgrades. Infinity Pacific is now a thoughtfully designed luxury yacht, quintessentially Australian in look and feel, and comfortable in its ease of use.
The sleek and clean exterior of the yacht within it contains 5 deceptively spacious cabins, designed by Luca Dini and Fréderic Méchiche. 10 guests are easily accommodated in the Master Cabin, 2 VIP Guest Cabins, and a further 2 luxury cabins. The Master Cabin on the main deck of the yacht features a separate private study, king-sized bed, sofa, desk, and of course a walk-in wardrobe with lavish ensuite. Grand in size and design the Master Cabin is an ideal indulgent home-away-from home on the sea.
The interior dining area of the main deck is an impressive feature of the yacht, with a large semi-circular glass entranceway, passengers are met with striking views at every turn. Prominent on the upper deck is a seating area perfect for private evening gatherings, and a large jacuzzi. The contemporary design and feel of the luxury yacht seamlessly flows from the sleek profile, to the modern furnishings and layout of the interior spaces, resulting in an elegant, yet practical luxury yacht experience.
|Guests||Sleeps: 10 Events: 50|
|Cabins||5 luxury cabins|
|Cruising area||Australia, Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island, Pittwater, Sydney Harbour, Whitsundays|
|Crew||Captain + 7 crew members|
Infinity Pacific is located in Sydney but can relocate to the Whitsundays free of charge on request (for minimum 12-day charter). The yacht is located in Sydney Harbour for the Christmas – New Year period.
Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city, and is a must for most international visitors. Home to some of the country’s most iconic attractions such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach, the city offers visitors an insight into the culture and lifestyle of one of Australia’s favourite ocean-side cities.
Celebrate Christmas or New Year’s in style and elegance enjoying one of the most famous locations to celebrate – Sydney Harbour.
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.
Enjoy a luxury island adventure in the Whitsundays, swimming or snorkelling from the vessel, or stopping off for a land excursion.
Great Barrier Reef
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.
Dive or snorkel the famous reef system and see the diverse plant, coral and animal species prevalent in the area.
Included in your private charter of Infinity Pacific is an accompanying tender, a blow-up slide (weather dependant and available for groups under 20), inflatable lounge, karaoke machine, gambling sets, light fishing equipment, and a generous supply of snorkelling gear. Rendez-vous diving is available on request.
Enjoy use of all onboard equipment or request additional equipment for an added price.
Functions & Events
To charter Infinity Pacific, prices from USD$120,000 per week plus APA and other costs and includes 8 crew members.
*Prices are indicative and subject to change.
*Note: Infinity Pacific is available for charters under 1 week.
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