About Aroona

Launched in 2010, Aroona is a brand new 70ft (22m) motor yacht cruising out of Half Moon Bay Marina at Yorkeys Knob, Cairns in far north Queensland. She has been designed for optimum space, comfort and smooth travelling.

Luxury appointments include:

  • Accommodation for up to 9 guests in three state rooms all with ensuites:
    • Master suite with a king size bed which can convert into two king bunk beds or four single bunk beds.
    • VIP suite with a double bed which can convert into two single beds.
    • Guest room with a double bed and a single bunk.
  • Individually controlled air conditioning in every room
  • All linen including beach towels supplied
  • Flat screen LCD televisions and DVD players in each state room and lounge
  • Spacious living area spread over three decks
  • Latest navigational and communications systems
  • Fully equipped 80hp 5m tender
  • Light tackle and Reef fishing equipment supplied
  • Snorkelling and scuba gear including dive compressor on-board

Specifications:

  • Length: 22 m (70ft)
  • Beam: 5.6 m (18'6")
  • Draft: 1.52m (5')
  • Engines: Twin Caterpillar C-9 500hp
  • Fuel capacity: 8500L (2300 US gallons)
  • Water captivity: 1500L (400 US gallons)
  • Water maker 6600L (1800 US gallons) per day
  • ABT 'Trac' 220 stabilizers
  • Stern and bow thrusters
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Aroona Interiors


Have a look at the boat

Click on the photo above to take a quick look around Aroona

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Aroona's home port

Yorkeys Knob, 15 minutes north of the Cairns CBD

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Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef

International airlines fly direct to Cairns from Auckland, Singapore, Tokyo, Osaka and Hong Kong

Cairns, Far North Queensland

A city of more than 120,000, Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and arguably the gamefishing capital of the world.

An ideal embarkation point, served by busy domestic and international airports, Cairns is only 40 minutes from luxury resort town Port Douglas and 90 minutes cruising from the reef.