Boasting three spacious decks, each comprising of large seating areas, with the ability to cater to a multitude of functions, including weddings, corporate events or private chartering. All three decks are wheelchair accessible via lift, and there are two Accessible toilets on board, as well baby changing facilities, allowing everyone to enjoy the magic of the river cruises.
Powered by twin Mercury Sea Pro 60hp petrol engines, the Dolphin Explorer II is currently in survey AMSA 1D and ready to go! Using 20L p/h at the maximum speed of 15 knots, it generally cruises at around 10 knots whereby using only 5L p/h.
A scaled-down version of the larger Maxum 4600, an affordable price and wide-open interior made the 4100 SCB a popular model for Maxum. Both staterooms share a single double-entry head with a separate stall shower, and the salon includes a built-in entertainment centre and a large U-shaped sofa.
Well known for its ability to maintain high stability giving
you speed upwind, offering a competitive advantage,
this well maintained vessel would suit the less experienced crews, whilst continuing to reward the
This model is set up with Maritimo's race-proven technology featuring twin 800HP D13 shaft-drive Scania engines. Top speed is just under 36 knots. The X50R is also dripping in luxury options including a beach club adjoining the aft cabin, cedar-lined cabins, fully-appointed kitchen, Miele appliances, caesar stone bench tops, leather finishes throughout, pop-up TV and a sunroof.
Based on the acclaimed hull of the Ocean Master (OM) range, the Deluxe (DL) series introduces a more elaborated transom with integrated rear seat and engine well. This new setup offers a vast storage and higher level of comfort for family cruising. Built to last, the series is designed with tough conditions in mind.
Showcasing a low console and a comfortable upholstery, this medium size rigid inflatable clearly position itself as a high-end tender. Based on the acclaimed hull of the Ocean Master (OM) range, the Deluxe (DL) series introduces a more elaborated transom with integrated rear seat and engine well. Light and manoeuvrable, their aluminium hull will take you anywhere with style for a fun and safe experience.
A Salthouse signature feature - the spiral staircase - winds up to the flybridge on the port side. A moulded fridge is to starboard with an enclosed toilet/shower area, handy to the water recreation area forward of it.
Built for family cruising, the three-cabin layout optimises the space available within its 16'4" (4.98m) beam. Clever use of available space is noticeable throughout with offset bulkheads and shared spaces.
This highly sought after Riviera M370 Sports Cruiser is powered by twin Mercury MX6.2 MPI engines.
This vessel is a must see and will not disappoint. It is ideally suited for those wanting to do overnight cruising, day trips, and the full covers make it perfect for entertaining throughout the year.
“Bush Baby” is a 1987 Bruce Roberts designed cruising yacht. This Roberts Mauritius 45 Sloop has a steel build and is fitted with dual helm stations. It is equipped with a 15.25 metre aluminium mast with stainless steel wire and deck fittings and includes main, genoa and spinnaker sails.
There is a variety of anchors on the vessel, including three plough, a Danforth and a dreadnought with approximately 40 metres of 100mm chain and 80 metres of 22mm rope.
This Classic Craft 5500sf is powered by an Evinrude 115hp petrol outboard engine.
Stepping onto the deck you'll appreciate the large deck space, which comfortably seats 5 people when you drop the rear lounge down, large side pockets, 6 rod holders and 6 rocket launchers. There is a large storage locker or kill tank under the deck floor, as well as ample storage in the cabin.