Two brand new, current Leopard models are now open for booking through Whitsunday Rent a Yacht; Lady Lynne, a Leopard 46 Powercat (pictured above) and Orion, a Leopard 42 Sailing Catamaran.

By adding new vessels to their fleet, Whitsunday Rent a Yacht’s customer focus ethos and service offering continue to expand.

Orion, a Leopard 42 Sailing Catamaran, and Lady Lynne, a Leopard 46 Power catamaran, are ideal vessels for sailing the Whitsundays with friends or family. Both boats demonstrate Leopard’s signature balance between comfort and performance and offer features not often found on boats available for bareboat charter in Australia.

Generous living spaces, modern styling, excellent natural light and plenty of opportunities for island views are just some of the perks found on these next-generation Leopards. The pièce de résistance on The Leopard 46 is the flybridge – complete with a large lounge area, helm station, BBQ, fridge, sink, shade and sound system! The Leopard 42 features a cabin top lounge area, above the cockpit.

Accommodation across each vessel includes a spacious owner’s suite and two double en-suite cabins. There are also opportunities to convert lounges in the saloon for those larger family groups.

WRAY sales manager James Middleton shared that bareboat charter holidays in the Whitsundays have been extremely popular recently, with many heavily booked boats.

“The new additions to our fleet are not only spectacular boats, but since they have just opened for bookings, they’re a unique opportunity for guests to secure a vessel on their preferred dates,” says James. “These new boats also offer guests the chance to be among the first to sail them.”

Orion is serviced under the Sunsail banner, and Lady Lynne is within Whitsunday Rent a Yacht.  Head to the Whitsunday Rent a Yacht website for rates or more information.

Whitsunday Rent a Yacht is the longest-operating bareboat charter company in Australia. Based in Shute Harbour, just 10 minutes from Airlie Beach, their location means they’re closer to the islands giving guests more freedom to explore.