Built by Mondomarine in 2007, INFINITY PACIFIC’s sleek profile conceals a voluminous five-cabin interior designed by Luca Dini and Fréderic Méchiche. Cool and clean styling abounds, flowing inside and out seamlessly as the ocean takes you to the next destination.
The main deck aft features a large semi-circular glass entranceway, offering spectacular views from the interior dining area. The sundeck includes a large Jacuzzi, vast undercover area with full service bar and wonderfully private seating and lounge options for perfect evenings aboard. The previous owner has maintained the yacht impeccably, working to create several redesigns and improvements over the years.
INFINITY PACIFIC’s interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests, and she is also capable of carrying up to 8 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
The large full-beam master stateroom is located on the main deck forward. Upon entering, a private study with seating leads into a light-filled space with king size bed, sofa, walk in wardrobe and his and hers ensuite separated by a large central shower. On the lower deck are 2 full-beam VIP guest cabins, with queen size beds, sofa, desk and walk in wardrobe. A further 2 cabins are port and starboard, with side by side twin beds.
INFINITY PACIFIC offers underway and zero speed stabilizers and has semi displacement versatility with a range of up to 3000-miles or speed up to 21 knots.
She is based in Sydney Harbour, and cruises the Whitsunday Islands between August and October in search for Summer.