First SuperYacht for Sydney Harbour Cruises

Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) September 28, 2009 -- The 38M (125 ft) luxury motor yacht “Platinum” is coming to Sydney Harbour for Christmas and New Year. This is the first time a true “superyacht” will be available for cruising on Sydney Harbour. Platinum is Australian-built and designed specifically for luxury cruising in Australia and the South Pacific. Launched in 2008, “Platinum” is without doubt the newest and most sophisticated charter vessel in Australia.

“Platinum” offers luxury accommodation for 10 guests in four double cabins plus a luxuriously appointed owners suite on the main deck with full ensuite and private spa.

Stunning internal features include the use of European Beech, Tasmanian Myrtle and Oak. Australian fine leather has been selected to enhance the timbers used in furniture and interior trimmings. The main dining table is solid Huon pine with Myrtle edging. The internal spiraling staircase has an eye-catching design of alternate metallic leather panels interspersed with polished stainless steel.

Platinum is equipped with the latest in technology, from her super-efficient main engines to the latest electronics, video surveillance and touch screen monitoring system in the bridge, Platinum is designed to take on any challenge.

Platinum has been designed and built in a way that really "raises the bar" at the top end of the luxury charter boat market in Sydney. She is stylishly laid-out over three deck levels with effortless entertaining in mind at every turn. Platinum can cater to cocktail functions for up to 100 guests or elegant formal dining for up to 10 guests.

More information on bookings and availability through - Flagship Cruises - the specialists in luxury Sydney Harbour cruises

About Miserable Productions

Contact:
Malcolm Lambe
Miserable Productions
Sydney, Australia
337-343-3348
malcolmlambe@gmail.com
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Press Release Submitted On: September 28, 2009 at 3:54 am
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