MOTOR YACHT LAURA J NOW AVAILABLE FOR CHARTER WITH NORTHROP & JOHNSON

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LAURA J is a pedigreed yacht known for her adventures on the Great Barrier Reef. She was built in 1989 by Norman J Wright. Charter yacht LAURA J showcases a sleek, stylish design and voluminous interior. She received an extensive refit in 2016, which included everything from upgrades to her interior to renovations of her electrical systems and main engines, restoring her to her former glory.

The luxury charter yacht’s comfortable interior is light and airy with a timeless, contemporary style. LAURA J accommodates eight charter guests in three nicely appointed staterooms. Located below deck, the yacht features a full-beam master stateroom, two VIP staterooms and a bunked stateroom. Each guest accommodation is complete with its own private en-suite bath.

LAURA J has an array of water sports and fishing equipment for reef adventures, which are easily enjoyed from the yacht’s large cockpit.

She cruises the Great Barrier Reef and the Gold Coast in the summer and the Great Barrier Reef in the winter. She charters for $60,000 per week, plus expenses.

For more information on LAURA J, please contact [email protected]
 

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