Northrop and Johnson is promoting two yachts for charter in Australia’s Whitsunday Islands.
First is the 60-foot Azzura sailing yacht Bliss—the first-ever sailing yacht to join the Northrop and Johnson fleet in Australia overall. She is a 2004 build that most recently was refitted in 2014, with work at that time including an upgrade to the main salon.
Second is the 120-foot Oceanfast motoryacht Sahana, which I had the pleasure of spending a few days aboard this year in Sydney (look for my feature in an upcoming issue of Yachts International). Sahana is a 2008 build that most recently was refitted in 2015, taking as many as eight guests in four staterooms. I really liked her crew as well as her upper-deck lounging area, which we had a hard time getting the guests in my group to leave.
Bliss accommodates as many as eight guests in three staterooms. Her lowest weekly base rate is $23,500 Australian dollars (about $18,000 U.S. dollars as of this writing).
Sahana is currently offering a 10-percent discount on her lowest weekly base rate of $100,000.
Any reputable charter broker can tell you more about Bliss or Sahana, or help you book a week on board either yacht in Australia’s Whitsunday Islands.