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Masteka 2 can be yours, for charter

by Jo Howard on 17 May 2012
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The 122’ Monte Fino Superyacht Masteka 2 has recently sold and will remain in Australia and the Pacific and for the first time, is available to the worldwide charter market.

Launched in 2009, the Dubois styled Masteka 2 cruised only privately for her previous owners even though the vessel was built to NSW commercial survey and Bureau Veritas classification.

Boasting 5 luxurious cabins accommodating 12 guests, a lower and upper lounge and enormous open deck area spanning 3 levels the vessel was nominated in 2009 for the Super Yacht of the Year Award in the 30-40m category. Serviced by 2 onboard tenders she is well equipped to cater for the most discerning clients.

Masteka 2 is now available for charter within Australia and the Pacific Islands. The itinerary will see the vessel operating within the Sydney & Hawkesbury area between October-March and cruising the Whitsundays, Great Barrier Reef and the Pacific Islands the remainder of the year.

With a cruising range of up to 3000nm Masteka 2 has enormous capabilities for the charter market especially South Pacific cruising and remote areas such as the Kimberley which have rarely been offered on vessel’s of this calibre.

Carl Brandes the long-standing captain who completed the build onboard the vessel will remain in his position. Carl has cruised extensively through the Mediterranean, the Kimberley, the East Coast of Australia and the Pacific Islands and will ensure all charter guest will have an unforgettable experience onboard.



For all details regarding Masteka 2 please visit www.mastekacharters.com or email jo@mastekacharters.com

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