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Templar

Port - Auckland Viaduct

Hauraki Gulf

 
Templar - Auckland ViaductTemplar is the perfect Super Yacht for Day Charters, Sunset Cruise, Champagne Breakfast, Fine Dining, Extended Cruising, Golf Transfers, Island Transfer, Celebrations, Birthday Parties, Weddings, Honey Moons, Corporate Functions, Product Launches, Business Meetings, Team Building and Staff Rewards



Other Activities: Tender with 60hp Yamaha including water ski’s and wake board, Jet Skiing (available at extra cost – please enquire within – comes with 1 of wake board, sea biscuit or banana boat), BYO Snorkelling, Swimming and Fishing (3 – casual only)



Equipment: 5 x Flat Screen TV’s, Surround Sound, Sky T.V, Freeview Decoder, Bose Home Theatre System, DVD, Car Radio in all Cabins, Fusion Marine Radio/CD
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Specifications
Guest day trips: 44
Guest overnight: 9
Length: 84
Cruising Speed: 12

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Skippered Daytrips 

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Auckland Viaduct, Hauraki Gulf -  - Kawau to Cape Colville - Auckland to Great Barrier Island - New Zealand
 

Rates:

Rates - Excl GST

Hourly Rate (3 hours): $1,600 per hour

Hourly Rate (4 – 8 hours): $1,375 per hour

Day Rate (8 hours): $11,000 ($1,375 per hour)

Standby Rate (in berth): $1000 per hour


Overnight Rate (2 days) and extended cruising is multiplied by the 8 hour rate

Special Events: $13,000 per 8 hour day

Weekly Rate (7 nights – 24 hour period): NZD$58,400.00 Inc Tax (if any) + 25% APA (advanced provision allowance)
Weekly Rate Includes: up to 4 hrs cruising (10 knots) of fuel per day, Captain, Chef/ Host, Deckhand and a fourth crew if required.
Extras Include: Catering, Extra Fuel, Wharf Fees & any other additional fees incurred.


Fishing Rods Inc Bait and Ice: $35.00 Per Set – max 3 casual fishing only


Water Sports (motorized): $200 Per Hour

Waiheke Island Wharf Fee: $85 Per Stop


     
 

 

     
 

 
 
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