Charter Focus: MISCHIEF in the South Pacific

By George Bains

54m Baglietto superyacht, MISCHIEF, is set to visit French Polynesia and Fiji as she tours the South Pacific for the first time in her history as a charter yacht.

MISCHIEF is one of the standout superyachts in the extensive Ahoy Club fleet, which includes iconic 73m Lurssen yacht CORAL OCEAN. While MISCHIEF has long been the largest domestic vessel in Australia and been a charter favourite in Australian waters, the Ahoy Club superyacht is headed for the South Pacific to explore new waters in search of adventure.

The 54m Baglietto superyacht offers a modern look and feel to a superyacht, perfect for entertaining large groups of friends and family while on charter. She features a full-beam master suite on the main deck, with two VIP king doubles and convertible king twins on the lower deck. The flexible arrangement allows MISCHIEF to accommodate 6 couples whilst on charter, or can be configuration to host children and singles.

The skylounge provides an open and inviting setting for guests to take in the surrounding environment, with curving glass bays opening out to the dining and lounge space on the bridge deck-aft.

With a stacked arsenal of water toys onboard, charter guests onboard MISCHIEF are never far from thrills on the water. While jet skis, paddle boards, and sea bobs provide entertainment for those with an appetite for adventure, there are also floating pontoon for those who want to relax on lounges right on the water.

This is the first time that MISCHIEF has been made available for charter in the South Pacific, where she will be exploring French Polynesia from April to August before heading to Fiji in September and October.

You can discover more about the wonders of the South Pacific in the final Australia InDepth episode, The South Pacific by Superyacht.

By George Bains