Jacuzzi
Sky lounge seating area

SEA BREEZE III Yacht à moteur à louer

  • Longueur : 32 m
  • 6 dans 3 cabine(s)
  • Chantier 1976 (réaménagé 2021), Millkraft, Australia
Prix par semaine à partir de
USD 65 000
Cruising
Jacuzzi
Sky lounge seating area
Main deck lounge
Lower deck master cabin
Lower deck twin cabin
Aft main deck dining
Sun deck
Watersports
Cruising
  • Recently refitted
  • Deck Jacuzzi
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor

À propos de SEA BREEZE III

Spécifications & tarifs
Destination en été New Zealand EUR 65 000/EUR 65 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Destination en hiver South Pacific - Fiji USD 65 000/USD 65 000 par semaine (basse saison / haute saison)
Chantier 1976 (réaménagé 2021), Millkraft, Australia
Longueur 32 m
Invités 6
Nb de cabines invités 3
Équipage 5
Largeur 5,9 m
Tirant d'eau 1,6 m
Tonnage brut 128
Vitesse maximale 15 nœuds
Vitesse de croisière 10 nœuds
Consommation de carburant en vitesse de croisière 80 litres par heure
Types de cabines 3 (1 × double, 2 × twin)
Annexes & jeux nautiques

Annexes & jeux nautiques

  • 3 × Annexes
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 1 × Jet-ski à bras
  • 1 × Kayak
  • 2 × Planches de stand-up paddle
  • Wakeboard
  • Skis nautiques
  • Jeux pneumatiques tractables
  • Pêche
  • Équipement de plongée avec tuba
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New Zealand

À partir de EUR 65 000 par semaine

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The Grove
Serving a contemporary menu that changes depending on seasons and the very best of what’s available locally. Full vegetarian and vegan options and a wine list with the best from New Zealand and around the world.
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Lodge at Kauri Cliffs
Famous golf course with stunning views, a variety of spa services in a wellness centre next to Totara Forest, complete with birdsong, and international cuisine in four different locations.
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Sidart
Chef Lesley Chandra uses contemporary techniques to elevate the best produce, locally and nationally sourced, to celebrate his Fijian-Indian heritage. Choose the Discovery menu or the seven-course chef’s table experience, both with paired wines.
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The French Café
Executive Chef Sid Sahrawat and wife Chand made their names with Sidart before taking over the French Café in 2018. Expect modern Mediterranean cuisine with Asian and occasional sub-continental influences, using the finest locally sourced produce.
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Matakauri Lodge, Queenstown
On the shores of Lake Wakatipu with panoramic views of Queenstown’s mountains, The Remarkables, Cecil and Walter Peaks, guests can enjoy spa treatments on the edge of a pine forest and dine on Chef Jonathan Rogers’ daily changing menu.
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Cape Kidnappers
Set on rolling green farmland overlooking Hawke’s Bay, The Farm has an 18-hole Tom Doak-designed golf course set in stunning cliff-top scenery. Chef James Honore’s seasonal menu picks the choicest produce from the hotel’s own kitchen and herb gardens and there’s a restful spa too.
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SO/ Auckland Hotel
Chef Marty Kindleysides’ contemporary take on classic Asian flavours is more about fun dining that fine dining. Share the love! There’s also a wellness spa with a range of professional treatments.
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Wharekauhau Country Estate, Wellington
Enjoy the chef’s seasonal tasting menu from Friday to Sunday, archery, local vineyard winetastings, heli-fishing, quad-bike tours, a ’Chef in the wild’ experience on the 3,000-acre estate or relax Maori-style in the Hauora spa.
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Blanket Bay
Enjoy creatively styled fine dining in Chef Dan Reynolds’ ever-changing menu, which celebrates the finest produce from this estate on the shores of Lake Wakatipu. Horse riding, heli-skiing, fly fishing, golf, wine tasting and spa experiences, even bungy jumping, you can do it all here.
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Annandale, Christchurch
Experience ‘gumboot luxury’ on the shores of Pigeon Bay. Dining is farm-to-table style and what isn’t sourced from the farm is brought in from within a 100km radius.
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Huka Lodge
A luxury lodge resort on the banks of Waikato River, moments from North Island’s Lake Taupo, with a restaurant serving local delicacies like Te Matuku oysters, Matangi beef, Mount Cook alpine salmon and Southland lamb on an ever-changing menu.
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Bay of Islands
Wreck diving, reefs, jewel anemones
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Matamata
Explore the movie set of the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit Trilogies
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Poor Knights Islands
Spectacular underwater topography, tropical marine life, orca, recommended for photographers. One of Cousteau’s top 10 dive sites
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Tongariro Alpine Crossing
UNESCO Dual Heritage Area, world-renowned 19.4km (12 miles) hike along mountains, volcanic areas, emerald lakes, craters and springs
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Coromandel Peninsula
Diving with kelp forests, crevasses, kingfish, moray eels, stingrays
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Kawarau Suspension Bridge
Bungy jump off the bridge into the canyon, height equivalent to a 10-story building
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Goat Island
Rocky shores, deep reefs, cliffs, canyons, sand flats, seaweed forests, blue cod, shellfish, snapper
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Waitomo Caves
Subterranean world known for its ethereal glow-worm grotto
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South Coast, Wellington
Reefs, breeding ground for marine life, recommended for shore divers
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Oparara Arches
Limestone arches within the rainforest of Kahurangi National Park
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Long Island
Abundant marine life including giant crayfish
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Huka Falls
Natural waterfall with 220,000 litres (58,000 gallons) of water per second rushing from Lake Taupō
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Mikhail Lermontov
Sunken Russian cruise liner from 1986
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Kaikoura
Kelp beds, fur seals, dusky dolphins, sperm whales
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Aramoana
Wreck diving, kelp forest, seven gill sharks, sea lion
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Milford Sound
Crevasses, drop offs, boulders, dolphins, seals, black coral trees
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Queenstown
Resort town, haven for adrenaline-fuelled adventure sports 
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Stewart Island
Kelp forests, seals, sea lions, cage diving with great whites
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Whangaroa
Visit the well sheltered inlet north of the Bay of Islands, where there is great wreck and reef diving. If golf is your thing head north along the coast to The Lodge at Kauri Cliffs for a breathtakingly scenic 18-hole course and a spa experience.
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Kawau Island
Anchor in Bon Accord Harbour and visit the historic Mansion House. Take a walk around the island and play with the watertoys in the crystal waters of the Drowned Valley.
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Great Barrier Island
Take a tender tour around the Port of Fitzroy and walk to the beautiful waterfalls. Golden beaches, clear waters and vast forests are there for exploring.
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Poor Knights Island
Created millions of years ago by volcanic activity, this Marine and Nature Preserve delights divers with its drop offs, tunnels, caves and arches. Non-divers can take a tender tour of the caves.
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Paihia
Explore the town centre, taste local dishes and visit the Waitangi treaty grounds to learn about Maori culture. Swim with dolphins, try your hand at fishing, kayaking or have a picnic on the beach and visit spectacular Haruru Falls. Golfers will love the Waitangi course.
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Waiheke Island
In Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf, this island blends farmland, forest, beaches, olive groves and award-winning vineyards, as well as an international reputation for food and arts.
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Mercury Islands
Visit this popular diving and fishing area off the Coromandel Peninsula, also great for scallops. Walk the paths of Great Mercury Island or cruise back to the mainland to explore Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach.
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Tauranga
Unmistakable thanks to Mount Maunganui, this surf town has beautiful white sandy beaches. Check out the natural spa pools at the base of the mountain, hike to the top for spectacular views.
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Calvalli Islands
Home to the wreck of Greenpeace’s Rainbow Warrior, now an artificial reef and premier dive site. Non-divers can paddle board and kayak around the islands or walk around the main island’s nature preserve, Motukawanui.
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Milford Sound
Divers will love the black coral, sea stars and delicate anemones. Kayakers can paddle right up to the steep cliffs. Keen hikers can tackle the four-day Milford Track for spectacular views in pristine landscapes.
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Doubtful Sound
Take a helicopter to experience a glacier walk. Kayakers and divers can find fur seals, bottle nosed dolphins and crested penguins – and catch your own lobster.
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Stewart Island
South of South Island, you’ll find wonderful birdwatching, hiking including the three-day Rakiura Trail, and you may be lucky enough to see the Aurora Australis. Another major attraction is the eponymous Kiwi.
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Wellington
Visit Aorangi Forest Park and hike to the Putangirua Pinnacles, which Lord of the Rings fans might recognise. Head up to Martinborough after lunch where there are about 50 vineyards to explore, by bike if you prefer.
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Picton
This port town has a maritime museum and wonderful fresh seafood. Take a drive to Blenheim, the heart of Marlborough’s wine-growing region with 30 wineries within driving distance of town.
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Destination en hiver

Fidji

À partir de USD 65 000 par semaine

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Cardos Steakhouse
Historic restaurant and cocktail bar in Port Denarau Marina, Nadi, serving steaks, seafood, burgers and pizza. Argentinian stockman Espero Cardo was en route to Australia in the early 1800s when the Tavuteke people rustled both him and his stock. It turned out that cattle thrive on the Fijian grasslands so he stayed.
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Lulu's Bar and Grill
Overlooking Port Denarau Marina, Nadi, this is a great place to meet friends , drink and dine as you watch the world go by.
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Flavio's
Classic Italian dishes in this restaurant and deli on the Narewa Road just outside Nadi. You can't help but love Flavio's passion for pasta.
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Daikoku
Teppanyaki chefs prepare the finest produce available throughout the southern hemisphere as well as local seafood and poultry. Expect a range of authentic Japanese dishes including sushi, sashimi, tempura and more.
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Kanu
Chef Lance Seeto celebrates Fijian cuisine, produce and culture with a fusion of flavours reflecting his travels and experiences.
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Chi Spa
The Spa at Shangri-La provides treatments based on authentic natural healing methods found throughout Asia, using natural botanical products.
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InterContinental Resort and Spa
Inspired by a fusion of Asian, Eastern and Western treatment methods to bring balance to mind, body and soul.
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Quan Spa
Quan is a source of pure water, and this spa at the Marriott Resort in Momi Bay places soothing water at the heart of the experience with treatments using Thalgo products made with ingredients from the sea.
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Climb Nalauwaki
Feeling intrepid? Trek to Nalauwaki's mountainous peak for stunning views and bathing in the natural springs.
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Nalova Bay
Home to a protected marine reserve, this is a great place to dive with black- and white-tipped reef sharks, lemon sharks and bull sharks.
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Baravi Spa
Choose from massages, facials, manicures, pedicures, wraps, scrubs and waxing at Fiji’s first beachfront spa on Yasawa Island.
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Meke dance
Celebrate Fijian culture with displays of traditional meke, with men and women story-telling through the medium of dance.
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Swim with mantas
For a spiritual experience, swim, snorkel or dive with the graceful oceanic manta rays that call this place home between May and October.
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Tokoriki spa
When you're done snorkelling or diving the reef around it, Tokoriki Island has a resort and spa, enjoy a pampering couples’ massage at sunrise by professionally certified therapists.
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Firewalking on Beqa Island
Watch the incredible Beqa firewalkers walking over blazing hot rocks with their skin protected from burning by their spirit gods.
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Rabi Island
This archipelago to the northeast of Fiji is home to local customs, handmade crafts and native island dancers in Naku.
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Snorkel Malolo Barrier Reef
The Mamanuca Islands have vibrant coral reefs and a huge variety of tropical fish. Malolo itself is protected by a barrier reef thriving with marine life.
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Sawa-i-lau
At the heart of the Yasawa Islands, in the Blue Lagoon, these limestone caves are a must-see, with natural light filtering down through a hole at the top.
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Valeni Sasauni Spa
This spa features ocean-view treatment rooms where you can enjoy a gentle sea breeze and the sound of the waves during your traditional Bobo massage. Try aromatherapy pools, a waterfall massage, hot tub, cold plunge, and sauna.
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Fiji Beach Spa
Immerse yourself in soothing spa treatments to the gentle sounds of ripples at the water’s edge only a few steps away.
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Dakuniba Pass
Anchor here for some spectacular scuba diving on the Rainbow Reef, teaming with soft corals and tropical fish, and the Great White Wall, so named for the hard corals stretching down into the blue.
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Ringgold Group
On the northern edge of the Fiji island group, these islands are virtually untouched by civilisation. Explore Cobia’s Crater, a sunken volcano that you can walk around and kayak across.
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Giant Clam Farming Project
Make a fascinating visit to a project, in partnership with Civa Fiji Pearls farm, that aims to rejuvenate depleted reefs around the world by populating them with giant clams.
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Diving, Qamea Island
Scuba dive incredible hard and soft coral gardens and try your hand at underwater photography at this PADI 5-star dive centre with local instructors and guides.
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Bouma National Park
Trek up to the stunning Tavoro Waterfall. Feeling energetic? You can keep going to the island's peak, Uluinggalau, to check out the views.
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Lavena Coastal Walk
A three-mile walk that captures Fiji's inherent beauty. Think blue lagoons, white and black sand beaches, waterfalls, natural spring pools and dense rainforest.
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Tavarua Island
Surf's up! This heart-shaped island is the epicentre of Fiji's surf culture. If you don't want to tail slide, you can snorkel Malolo Reef instead.
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Blue Lagoon
Snorkel the ‘soft coral capital of the world’. Warm, great visibility and rainbows of fish and coral.
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Monuriki Island
You may recognise this uninhabited island as it was home to Tom Hanks for several months while filming the movie Castaway. Hike the steep, forested flanks, stretch out on pristine beaches, and snorkel the turquoise waters.
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Horseshoe Bay
An aptly-named arc of sand accessible only by boat. Perfect for a beach BBQ, it's one of Patricia Schultz's ’1,000 places to see before you die.'
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Cloud 9
This two-tiered floating beach club has a well-stocked cocktail bar and Italian wood-fired pizzeria and DJs spinning underground house tracks.
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Navadra
A beautiful uninhabited volcanic island with a protected anchorage, stunning beaches and ringed by a reef.
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Champagne Beach
Yasawa-i-ra is known for the pristine fine whiter sand of Champagne Beach, the perfect place for a beach BBQ. The waters around the island are snorkelling heaven with turtles, rays and reef sharks.
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