Megisti

Queens Wharf, Wellington

Cape Palliser to Wanganui - Wellington Harbour, Mana, Kapiti Island

   
Megisti - Queens Wharf - WellingtonMegisti is in current Maritime NZ survey, and is licensed to carry up to 20 passengers. She is a luxury vessel, with air conditioning, 240volt/12 volt power, four toilets and four showers in private double cabins.(three cabins available on charter for overnighters)

iPod/CD/DVD, television and sound system with sub woofer/amp setup, microwave, full galley with crockery and cutlery for 20 guests.Underwater blue LED lights,to give the touch of the tropics and to attract fish at night.

The setup with the bridge deck cabin gives 360-degree vision, and twin unsinkable kayaks are ready to use on trips with anchoring.
And now have 3 Stand-up Paddleboards available with certain charters for even more wow!

Sailing on Megisti is a great idea for a family and corporate event or team building exercise alike. Your family and team will love being taken out for a sail.

“Our first sailing experience ever! The catamaran was really stable and roomy. We took great photos of dolphins, and absolutely loved the whole weekend!” by Sandy and Mark
Specifications
Guest day trips: 20
Guest overnight: 6
Length: 13m / 43 ft
Cruising Speed: 7 kn
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Queens Wharf, Wellington
New Zealand

Queens Wharf, Wellington - Cape Palliser to Wanganui - Wellington Harbour, Mana, Kapiti Island - New Zealand

Rates:


$300/hr, 3 hours charters for up to 20 people, incl. use of bbq, galley, BYO
$1400, day hire, 6 hours incl. use of 3 SUPs, 2 kayaks, hot showers & above items
SINGLES/COUPLES/FRIENDS
$199/ hd overnight 6pm until 9am, min 4 pax
$400/ hd morning/overnight/ afternoon drop off minimum 4 pax. These last two include meals as appropriate.
Smaller sails in daylight hours with small numbers, by arrangement. As a guide, $300/hour or $75/head, whichever is the larger.
  • Robertson and Caine built, 2002 model, Leopard 42 sailing catamaran
  • GRP, balsa core
  • Twin 40hp Yanmar diesel
  • Genset and inverter
  • Caribe inflatable 3m with 15hp Mercury ob
  • Plotter
  • SSB, VHF, cellphone
  • TV, video, i-pod dock, CD, sub-woofer and 6 speaker sound, DVD collection and CD/i-pod
  • Basic fishing gear
  • Linen incl. all BYO at present, have licenced controller qual presently
  • Fridge/freezer and chilly bins
  • BYO predominately, but food tba, soft drinks & juice extra, free trea and coffee
  • 3 ensuite cabins, all with hot/cold water, toilets
  • 3 stand up paddle boards, 2 kayaks, 3 wetsuits
  • Sugar scoop sterns, huge deck area, full shelter for 20 pax, gennacker run awesome, capable of 10-15 knots on a run
  • Tim sailed Megisti from the Carribbean, through Panama canal and has some awesome stories to tell.
  • He also represented NZ and placed 3rd in South Pacific Hobie 16 champs in 1990's
     
 

Cabin Layout

 

     
 

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