MOHASUWEI


Specifications

Yacht Length: 33 Metres

Yacht Passengers: 8

Cabins: 4

Double: 2

Twin: 2


About this Yacht

All guest accommodation on MOHASUWEI is located on the lower deck.

- Full-Beam Master Cabin aft, with King Bed facing forward.
Walk-in wardrobe.
Ensuite with bathtub, shower and beautiful marble tops.

- Full-beam VIP Double Cabin forward, Queen bed facing aft.
The beds can be split and converted into two singles to form a (large) Twin Cabin.
Walk-in wardrobe. Ensuite with shower.

- Two Twin cabins to Port and Starboard, ensuite.
Each with one Pullman Bed (for kids and teenagers only, 75Kg max).

Additionally, a cinema room is located on the main deck between the main salon and the galley access.
The large sofa can be used as a casual bed for young children - upon request only (it does not convert to a bed).
This room has access to starboard deck, and has its own ensuite.
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NOTE: Max 8 guests on board.
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Crew accommodation: 5 berths for 5 crew.

Call us or email us for more information about MOHASUWEI. You can reach our office at 1.941.914.1187 or Email Us. We’ll find a charter that fits your style, budget, and interests.

Crew Info:

Name: Matt Conroy
Position: Captain
Nationality: Australian
Description:
PREVIOUS YACHTS: M/Y SEAHORSE, M/Y BRANZINO, M/Y OCEANA

MATT HAS CRUISED: The South Pacific (Solomon Islands), Australian East Coast, The Mediterranean & Ionian Sea

Matt grew up in the Southern Suburbs of Sydney, called the Sutherland Shire.

Prior to entering the yachting industry, Matt’s experience was built around commercial fleet management, marine maintenance and vessel construction. His deeply felt passion for boats and the sensation of being in the ocean brought him opportunities to start working on superyachts, marrying travel and meeting some of the most interesting Owners & guests on the planet.

It is no surprise then, that Matt’s favourite experience is scuba diving! Protecting the ocean’s playground becomes therefore natural, and Australia features some of the most fabulous waters according to Matt. His preferred cruising grounds personally include the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Sardinia or Corsica. As a young dynamic person Matt is also very enthusiastic to take guests on any watersport adventure. When he is not on board MOHASUWEI, Matt’s hobbies include food, photography, and… travel.




Name: Kirsten Cable
Position: Chief Stewardess
Nationality: Australian
Description:
PREVIOUS YACHTS: M/V JOHN PAUL DEJORIA (CONSERVATION VESSEL),
M/Y ALCHEMY, M/Y VEGAS, M/Y MYSTIC TIDE,
M/V OCEANIC DISCOVERER, S/Y SHORE THING, S/Y ROLEENO

KIRSTEN HAS CRUISED: The South Pacific and Pacific Crossings (Coral Sea, Timor Sea),
Australia: East and West Coast (Great Barrier Reef, Sydney,
Ningaloo Reef); The Mediterranean, Panama Canal,
Galapagos Corridor, Gulf of California

Kirsten joined the Owners of MOHASUWEI in November 2017, in her hometown of Sydney, after 6 years in the superyacht industry. Growing up, she was lucky to go sailing with her grandparents and discovered many pockets of the Great Barrier Reef.

Kirsten moved from Sydney to the Whitsunday Islands in 2012 (Australia’s archipelago with closest access to the Great Barrier Reef), where she became acquainted with the superyacht industry locally and then travelled to the Mediterranean to start her career.
“I enjoy working on superyachts as it allows me to travel the world and explore amazing and often remote places, working alongside like-minded crew. In yachting, everyday is different and experiences are often once in a lifetime.” She is a keen diver, and one of her best experiences occurred as a Stewardess during a long voyage from Raja Ampat (Indonesia) to Seattle (USA). The Owners were extreme lovers of the oceans’ depths, and she has the opportunity to dive in incredible sites throughout Papua New Guinea, Truk Lagoon, the Marshall Island, or Hawai. Aside from taking extremely good care of the guests on board always with a warm smile, Kirsten enjoys hiking and travelling to new countries, and who could tell she is passionate about shark diving! Ocean conservation is also one of her favourite subjects.