Aerial view
View from sun deck

MASTEKA 2 Motor yacht for charter

37.1m (121.6ft)|12 guests in 5 cabins
Rate from (per week)
USD 115,000

Nominated for superyacht of the year in the 30-40m category 2009, her Dubois styling shines in every aspect of her design.

Cruising
Aerial view
View from sun deck
Upper deck aft
Main deck aft dining area
Upper deck forward dining area
Swim platform
Main deck lounge
Main deck lounge
Sky lounge
Sky lounge
Sky lounge bar
Main deck hallway
Main deck master cabin
Main deck master bathroom
Staircase
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck double cabin
Lower deck twin cabin with pullman
At anchor
Watersport
At anchor
  • Recently refitted
  • Regularly maintained
  • Child-friendly yacht
  • Exercise equipment
  • Jacuzzi on the foredeck
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor

About MASTEKA 2

Description

Nominated for superyacht of the year in the 30-40m category 2009, her Dubois styling shines in every aspect of her design.


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MASTEKA 2 is an elegant superyacht with expedition capabilities, perfectly suited to the South Pacific environment. The expansive deck space, sleek lines and great layout make her an elegant and functional choice when chartering the South Pacific. She is seaworthy enough to comfortably cruise long passages, compact enough to take guests right up close to all the hidden wonders of the pacific and spacious enough to give each guest their own slice of paradise.

Her crew are one of the most experienced in the South Pacific they have a high sense of responsibility and safety awareness and participate in ongoing training programs aboard the yacht.

The varied backgrounds of the crew have resulted in a dedicated team which provides an exciting and friendly atmosphere. Ultimately you are in the best hands aboard MASTEKA 2. The team are dedicated to anticipate and meet your every need.

Specification & rates
Summer cruising South Pacific - Tahiti USD 115,000/USD 115,000 per week (low/high)
Winter cruising South Pacific & New Zealand USD 115,000/USD 140,000 per week (low/high)
Built 2009 (refitted 2021), Kha Shing Enterprises Co, Taiwan
Length 37.1m (121.6ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 5
Crew 7
Beam 7.4m (24.3ft)
Draft 3.7m (12.1ft)
Gross tonnage 254
Maximum speed 12 knots
Cruising speed 10 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed 160 litres per hour
Cabin types 5 (3 × double, 2 × twin, 2 × additional berths)
Engines 2 × 1,675hp Caterpillar
Tenders & toys

Tenders & toys

  • 2 × Tenders
  • 1 × Deck jacuzzi
  • Inflatable platform
  • 1 × Waverunner
  • 1 × Subwing
  • 1 × Kayak
  • 2 × Stand up paddleboards
  • Wakeboard
  • Kneeboard
  • Waterskis
  • Inflatable tows
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkelling gear
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Summer cruising

Tahiti

From USD 115,000 per week

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Arii Vahine
Expect stunning panoramic ocean views and a perfect combination of Polynesian and international cuisine. Soak up the culture with Polynesian dance shows twice a week.
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Vin De Tahiti vineyard
A special freshness and aromas that sing are the characteristics of the award-winning wines from this new terroir in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
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Tahiti Pearl Market
It was in 1968 that the first series of oysters were grafted and the first pearl farm was developed by the Rosenthal brothers on the island of Manihi. Pearls are now a staple of the local economy.
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Blue Lagoon
Ringed by palm tree-covered islets this lagoon within a lagoon is where you can snorkel with blacktip reef sharks and lemon sharks. It's a major attraction.
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The Dolphin Center
Swim with dolphins at the Dolphin Center in Moorea, sister island of Tahiti, in French Polynesia.
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Tiki Village
Step back in time as you explore maraes and other stone structures in this historic religious centre and the Taputapuatea marae are at the heart of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Melanie’s Art Galerie
Visit Galerie 'Umatatea to discover the art of Melanie Dupre.
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Vanilleraie
Tour the vanilleraie with the owner and find out more about the work around vanilla, pick up some cooking recipes and buy the home-grown vanilla.
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InterContinental
Celebrate this iconic island and its Polynesian heritage in 5-star luxury at this resort and Thalasso spa.
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Apataki Atoll
Enter the atoll through the Tehere pass in the north or Pakaka pass in the southwest to experience exceptional diving in a setting almost untouched by humans.
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Rangiroa
The world's most immense natural aquarium. Accessible yet secluded, this large lagoon should be at the top of every diver's list.
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Ali Baba’s Hole
Hook into reefs in the passes and watch as schools of fish and grey, white and black tip sharks hover effortlessly in the strong current. An exhilarating dive.
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Matira Beach
This white-sand, palm-backed beach, wrapped around the southernmost tip of Bora Bora, is lapped by crystal-clear shallow water. Swim to the deeper lagoon to snorkel with colourful fish, walk to the edge of the barrier reef at low tide to snorkel the corals at the drop-off, then head back to the beach for a magical sunset.
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Lafayette Beach
Just west of Tahiti's capital Papeete is an 800m stretch of the north island's characteristically black sand on the edge of Matavai Bay, where Captain Cook dropped anchor in 1769. There's always space.
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Taharuu Beach
Another long, stunning volcanic black-sand beach popular with local families and visitors alike. There's a snack bar for any essentials and plenty of room to pitch your beach set-up.
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Maui Beach
Rare and sought-after for its white sand, this narrow, palm-backed beach has shallow waters stretching out for some distance, making it great for young children. Snorkellers can walk out to the edge of the reef to explore and there is a gap in the reef to get the tender in.
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