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The Perry name is renowned for its build quality and ocean stability and remains very popular. This Perry 44.5 Flybridge Power Catamaran presents in very good condition with having benefited from many upgrades including engines, generator and air conditioning to name a few.

This commercial vessel (4C for 10pax) is currently operated in charter by Cumberland Charter Yachts out of Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island in the beautiful Whitsundays. The vessel has always proved popular and at the time of advertising (March 2018) it enjoys over 110 confirmed days of forward bookings to the benefit of the new owner.

This 13.5m x 6.6m vessel provides a home away from home. Large rear cockpit which opens to a large saloon. A fully equipped galley with loads of fridge and freezer space she is equipped with everything to cook up a storm, and the design provides for an open environment, so the chef is always part of the action. The foredeck is one of the largest on a vessel of this size and there are easy full width walk-around decks. The Flybridge delivers loads of seating and great 360-degree views. The vessel provides four double cabins with three toilet / shower areas, tow being ensuites.

Two 2013 model Yanmar 125hp engines deliver reliable and economical cruising. A 2016 model 5kva generator ensures power is never an issue.

All the safety equipment is included and a commercial grade tender and outboard package. Price is plus GST if taken out of commercial operation.

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Make/Model Perry 44.5 Flybridge Power Catamaran
Price AU$445,000.00 plus GST if applicable
Name Majical
Location Airlie Beach - Whitsunday QLD
Region Queensland
Year 2004
Commercial Survey Current commercial survey is 4C for 10 Persons
Designer Perry Catamarans, Gold Coast, Australia
Builder Perry Catamarans, Gold Coast, Australia
Length 13.5m / 44' 3"
Beam 6.6 metres
Draft 1.1 metres
Hull Material GRP
Deck Material Fibreglass
Engine No: of engines: Two
Engine make / model: Yanmar 4JH3-DTL
Engine build year: 2013
Engine servicing: Regular servicing
Engine horsepower: 2 x 125hp
Diesel / Petrol: Diesel
Drive type: V Drives
Propellers: 3 bladed props
Engine Hours Approximately 2,717 as of April 2018
Engine Room Easy access and clean
Generator Genset make / model: NEW Paguro generator installed 2016 Genset output: 5KVA Genset hours: Approximately 537 hours as of April 2018
Fuel 890 litres
Water 1,000 litres
Accommodation Single berths: Saloon can be used
Double berths: Four x double cabins
Total berths: Eight plus any singles used
No: of cabins: Four
No: of ensuites: Two ensuites to the forward double cabins
Other: Fans
Other: Reading lights
Galley Stove details: SMEV 3 burner gas stove
Oven: SMEV
Grill: SMEV
Microwave oven: Built in Microwave
Sink: Double stainless-steel sink with drying area
Hot / Cold water: Hot and cold water to all areas of the vessel.
Water delivery type: Pressure water throughout
Saloon fabric info: Soft furnishings if very good condition
Saloon seats: Saloon seats 8 and open to the cockpit which seats 8
External BBQ info: Large marine quality stainless-steel BBQ on transom
Other: Two x stainless-steel BBQ gas bottles
Refrigeration Fridge: ICEER built in fridge in galley
Ice Box: Large built in ice box in the cockpit, plus portable ice box on Flybridge
Freezer: Two-door built in freezer in galley
Toilet Three electric toilets
Dinghy Barefoot commercial grade RIB Aluminium hull tender with tube covers
Outboard 6hp Mercury outboard with pop guard
Covers The Flybridge is fully covered by a hardtop and surrounded by clears. The rear cockpit is again fully covered by a hardtop. There are some hatch covers and sun shading installed. The tender is fitted with tube covers.
Ground Tackle Windlass: Muir electric anchor winch
Anchors: Two anchors
Chain: 60 metres
Other: Up and down anchor control foot pedals fitted to foredeck and additional controls fitted at helm station
Safety Gear Life jackets: Ten
Life buoys: One
Life Lines: Three life-lines installed with top line being stainless-steel tube and number two and three being stainless-steel wire.
EPIRB: Yes
First aid kit: Yes
Flares: Yes
V-sheet: Yes
Flash lights: Yes
Bilge manual: One manual portable pump
Bilge automatic: 8 x Auto/Man switchable electric bilge pumps
Manual fire-fighting: Several fire extinguishers located throughout the vessel, plus manual engine bay fire suppression installed.
Electrics Genset make / model: NEW Paguro generator installed 2016
Genset output: 5KVA
Genset hours: Approximately 537 hours as of April 2018
Inverter: 2,000watt Xantrex inverter
Shore power: One x 240v 15amp shore power lead
Battery house: Three x DC210-12 batteries
Battery engine: Two x crank batteries
Battery charger: Xantrex 100amp battery charger
Lighting system: Both 12v and LED lighting
Hot water: 240v and heat exchange hot water service
Other: Link 1000V battery control
Other: LED Targa lights
Electronics Navigation Depth sounder: Raymarine depth
GPS / Plotter: Raymarine touch screen plotter
Compass: Plastimo
Barometer: Plastimo
Marine radios: ICOM IC-422 VHF
Other: Muir Windlass control installed at helm
Deck Gear Transom stainless-steel Targa fitted with pulleys for tender deployment and retrieval.
Rope: Mooring lines plus spare rope
Fenders: Four fenders
Soft rubber matting is fitted to the cockpit
Stainless-steel fender holders
Stainless-steel rod holders
Two trampoline netting fitted to the foredeck
Hot and cold transom shower
Stainless-steel swim ladder
Remarks The vessel is well maintained and has several upgrades including engines, generator, and air conditioning installed. The vessel is part of the Cumberland charter fleet operating in the Whitsundays. She enjoys regular income and good forward bookings. As one of only a few larger power catamarans available for charter the vessel is popular due to the large space the vessel provides. Operates as part of the Cumberland charter fleet from both Abell Point Marina and Hamilton Island in the Whitsunday Islands. The charter company is keen to keep the vessel in charter as she has always proved popular and at the time of advertising (March 2018) it enjoys over 110 confirmed days of forward bookings to the benefit of the new owner. The vessel is one of only a few larger power catamarans available for charter in the Whitsundays.