Photography by Salty Dingo
19 July 2018
The yacht is the newest addition to the fleet managed by the Sydney-based brokerage house in a growing Australian charter market.
Launched in 2009 by Cantieri di Pisa, Mohasuwei arrived in Australia in 2017 undergoing a large internal refit to produce a very modern and welcoming interior before launching into the charter market. She has accommodation for eight to ten guests in four cabins, all with private ensuites, with the Owner and VIP staterooms enjoying a full beam expanse. Additionally, the yacht is available for event charter for up to 36 people.
The interior space features multiple living areas including a large main salon with two separate zones and a cinema room complete with comfortable sofa lounge, surround sound system and its own private ensuite. A unique feature of Mohasuwei’s interior is the selection of playful and distinctive photography pieces from renowned 1960s photographer, Terry O’Neill.
Once outside, the large sun deck offers panoramic views and features both casual dining as well as a large sun pad. The versatile outdoor area on the main deck can either be utilised for formal dining or a more relaxed lounge space.
Meanwhile, the impressive beach club, usually reserved for larger superyachts, allows guests to comfortably move between the yacht and the water. The yacht is well equipped to offer watersports for children and adults alike, including the support of her 10.3 metre Technohull chase boat.
Like many of the superyachts available for charter in Australia, Mohasuwei’s homeport is Sydney and the yacht will be available in the Harbour, Pittwater (north of Sydney), the Whitsunday Islands and Great Barrier Reef.
“Mohasuwei’s silhouette is distinctly Italian and she is distinguished in the market for this reason.
However, it is her interior which is truly spectacular. Her Owners undertook an extensive interior refit and the yacht now exudes casual charm and elegance not to mention an impressive display of vintage photography,” offered Mr Joachim Howard, Managing Director of Ocean Alliance.
Ocean Alliance’s Charter Experience Manager, Laurie Foulon, explained, “All the feedback we receive from our MYBA colleagues is a trend towards authentic and unique experiences. This is, in part, driving the growth and interest in Australia as a yachting destination for it has so much to offer in this arena. Furthermore, the yachting lifestyle is enjoying a renaissance in Australia and more yachts are arriving on our shores and being made available for charter. More yachts equal more options for the chartering clients.”