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Experience Melbourne on Steam Yacht Ena

Sloop
1901
100 ft
49 Guests

About This Boat

Experience Melbourne on a Steam Yacht for 49 people for as low as AUD $2,000 per hour with a minimum 3 hours charge. 

The Steam Yacht ENA is a magnificent and luxurious V.I.P. vessel representing the opulence and elegance of entertaining in superb classical style.  She accommodates the distinguished and discerning people who seek to entertain in an exquisite and superb fashion.  The vessel is the epitome of grace and style.  Below deck is an elegant ladies' cabin with magnificent seating, finely carved and varnished woodwork and a gentlemen's saloon with day beds, card table, etched glass and opulent appointments.

Specification

• Designer: Radford Yacht Designs
• Builder: Aluminium & Steel Boats (Greg Brown)
• Construction: Marine Grade Aluminium
• Const Std: AS 4132
• 4 watertight bulkheads, 6 Watertight subdivisions

Survey

The Blizzard currently holds an “A” class offshore survey with Transport Safety Victoria. The highest level offered by the state, for her size and passenger numbers.

General Particulars

• LOA 19.3 metres
• Draft (board up) 1.4 metres
• Draft (board down) 3.5 metres
• Beam 4.9 metres
• Displacement 23 tonnes
• Air Draft 22 metres

Navigation and Electronic Equipment

The electronics on Blizzard were completely replaced recently to provide a state of the art communications and sailing package.

• GPS: Raymarine Raystar 125
• Radar: Raymarine 4kW
• Steering Compass: White Star
• Electronic Charts: Navionics, Raymarine & Inav-X
• Autopilot: TMQ
• Sailing Instruments: Raymarine ST60+
• Entertainment: GME DVD/CD/MP3 stereo, LCD
• Barometer: x2
• Chronometer: x2
• Binoculars x2 – 8×40 offshore
• Charts: British, Australain, Chile Admiralty
• Publications British Admiralty

Safety

Safety is paramount on Blizzard as it has often sailed in remote and challenging waters. The safety equipment specifications exceeds SOLAS survey requirements and is a refection of worlds best practice. The vessels and safety equipment are maintained to the highest standard. Shore side authorised specialist agents conduct all annual inspections and maintenance of safety equipment. While year round emphasis on vessel maintenance is conducted to prepare and prevent for emergency scenarios. In Addition you will be required to have a full familiarization of all safety equipment and be instructed what to do in the unlikely event of an emergency scenario.

Communications

• VHF Icom IC-602 DSC
• HF / SSB: Icom IC-802 GMDSS
• Handheld VHF: 2 x ICOM
• Weatherfax: Weatherfax for Windows
• Satellite Weather: Skyeye by Xaxero
• Satellite Comms: Iridium Base Station & Iridium open port – Full internet, voice and data
• Computer: Global Marine Networks Skybox

Charter Rate:

3 Hours Minimum: AUD $2,000 per hour

Extra:

As a guide, prices range from AUD $250 to AUD $450 per person per day. Charter fees include food and accommodation on board, fuel and sundry port costs.

Details

  • Type: Sloop
  • Capacity: 49 People
  • Year: 1901
  • Rental Minimum: 3 hours
  • Length: 100 ft
  • Cancellation: 40% Refund 30 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Expedition Charter Terms

While we have berths for 14 Guests, on longer expeditions offshore (greater than a week) we like to have a little more room. So to keep things nice and easy we encourage a maximum of 9 guests

Prices are set according to the destination, specific needs, risks and duration of the voyages.

We are not an agency and cannot be expected to gather individuals willing to share the charter cost. However, if it happens that one or more berths are free, in which case it is possible to join as a single person if it is agreed to respect the principle client objectives.

As a guide, prices range from $250 AUD to $450 AUD. per person per day. Charter fees include food and accommodation on board, fuel and sundry port costs.

Charter agreements between Alinthia Adventures and a company, or individual are for exclusive dates, destinations, purpose and price.

Any deposit or full payment for a cruise shall constitute consent to all the provisions contained in the chartering contract (available by e-mail upon request)

All charter rates are dependent on current fuel prices and a fuel surcharge may be payable. ??

The Charterers’ responsibilities (yours):

To provide all suitable clothing and personal equipment for each member of the Charterers’ party who are embarking on the vessel.

To provide personal accident insurance including evacuation cover for each member of the Charterers’ party embarking on the vessel and any liability or costs incurred originating from any accident to the chartering party.

To ensure that each member of the Charterers’ party has been deemed medically fit for the voyage.

To procure all permits necessary for restricted areas.

The Owner’s responsibilities:

To provide the vessel fully equipped and ready for the sea service at the date and places set. And to maintain the vessel in a seaworthy condition throughout the charter period.

To provide for the vessel all fuel, lubricants and consumable stores and safety equipment necessary to satisfactorily complete the charter.

To provide accommodation and food on board the vessel for the Charterers throughout the charter period. All hotel expenses and meals ashore are not included. Shore expeditions shall provide and bring their own food and equipment.

To provide full insurance cover for the vessel’s hull and machinery.

To cover sundry port costs for the vessel.

Reservation and Cancellation:

The vessel is considered booked upon full payment of the total price of the charter fee is received.

Notification of cancellation must be received in writing and acknowledged by the owner of the vessel. On receipt of the written cancellation, the following penalties will apply: earlier than 2 months prior to departure, 30% of the charter fee; between 1 and 3 months prior to departure, 60%; and 100% when less than one month prior to departure.

Itinerary changes and trip delay

The owner reserves the right to change a charter’s date or itineraries, as conditions warrant. Reasonable changes in the itinerary may be made were deemed advisable for the comfort and well-being of the passengers. If a trip is delayed or the itinerary changed due to bad weather, transportation delays, government intervention, sickness or other contingency for which the owner cannot make provision for, the cost of delays or changes is not included and shall not alter the charter fee.

Itinerary cancellation

The owner reserves the right to cancel an itinerary before departure for reasons pertaining to but not exclusively including: strikes, wars, Acts of God, Government restrictions or regulations, and other circumstances which may make the operation of the trip inadvisable or unsafe. All trip payments will be promptly refunded, and this refund will be the limit of the owner’s liability.

NB: We strongly advise to take out a multi-risk insurance (for cancellation, theft, injury, voyage interruption, etc.)

Limitations of liability

The owner assumes no responsibility for injury, loss or damage to person or property in connection with any service resulting directly from: Acts of God, detentions, annoyance, delays, expenses arising from quarantine, strikes, thefts, pilfering, force majeure, failure of any means of conveyance to arrive or depart as scheduled, civil disturbances, terrorism, government restrictions or regulations, and discrepancies or changes in transit or hotel services over which it has no control.

Personal Equipment List

This list is not comprehensive but aimed at giving you an idea of what could be needed. It concerns a normal charter with no specific aim.

Please bring soft travel bags, and not a rigid suitcases.

• Weatherproof or Sailing gear (boots, trousers and jacket)
• Warm gloves and hat/balaclava
• Warm clothes (fibre pile jackets and pants) – several
• Thermal underwear – several
• Warm socks (fibre pile or wool) – several
• Hiking shoes/boots (suited for moraines and scree)
• Gaiters (optional)
• Warm indoor footwear
• Personal toiletries and towels (incl. personal medicine)
• Seasick pills or ear patches
• Sunglasses and sun cream
• Small rucksack for shore parties
• Personal photographic equipment
• Electrical adapters for Australian standard sockets.
• All gear and equipment for special shore expeditions (incl. food)

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Head

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Member Since Feb 2014

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