PrivateFor the picture-perfect wedding proposal, honeymoon, anniversary celebration or family holiday it would be hard to find anything more intimate and private than your own luxury superyacht. Seek out deserted anchorages under the stars and wander along otherwise empty white sandy beaches only accessible by water.
Bring the family together for a truly memorable experience. Whether you’re enjoying fine dining in the Panorama Sunroom or basking in the sunshine as you explore world class ports like Sydney Harbour, Infinity Pacific offers versatility and something for every member of the family to enjoy.
Surprise your closest family and friends with an exquisite wedding and celebrate your special union against a backdrop of your choosing. Exceptional service and personalised touches promise the happy couple the most romantic and memorable day.
CorporateEntertain up to fifty guests for product launches and corporate events utilising the many elegant interior and exterior spaces perfectly engineered for the Australian climate. Create a delicious cocktail party menu or complete sit-down dining experience to complement the occasion, and leave a lasting impression.
Whether the occasion calls for delicious freshly-made canapes and beverages for up to fifty guests or a seated menu for eighteen, designing the entire package with our skilled team is a rewarding experience. Book a privately hosted superyacht charter and make your next invitation stand out.
Special EventsLeave crowded restaurants and function rooms behind on the busiest days of the year and escape to the floating oasis of Infinity Pacific.
Take the hard work out of entertaining and spend Christmas Day afloat, with all the festive trimmings, or enjoy the colour and action of the Boxing Day start of the famous Sydney Hobart Yacht Race from your front row seats on Sydney Harbour.
The whole experience was superb and the lunch menu was truly sublime. It’s such an impressive vessel and a genuine luxury experience.
Set your imagination free when planning a private charter on board Infinity Pacific. Discover the beauty of a local waterway with friends over a freshly-caught seafood lunch or escape with that special other for a romantic anniversary cruise.
ItineraryLet us inspire your cruising experience. Whether you’re seeking adventure or relaxation, our professional crew will tailor the itinerary to meet your every desire.
The world’s largest natural harbour offers so many iconic Sydney landmarks, waterfront restaurants and private swimming spots. Guests have the option to cherry-pick the ultimate anchorage and take in as many sights and sounds as daylight allows.
The celebrated Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are recognisable worldwide and in the same CBD vicinity is the working transport hub of Circular Quay, picturesque Botantical Gardens and historic Rocks area with its sandstone ridge built by convicts.
At the north end of the bridge there’s Luna Park and North Sydney’s famous Olympic swimming pool, and the best view of the Prime Minister’s residence, Admiralty House, is from the water.
Infinity Pacific’s tender service means easy access to some of Sydney’s best waterfront restaurants. Dine inside the Opera House at Bennelong or fish and chips at Watson’s Bay is one of Sydney’s must do’s. Across the harbour entrance guests are again spoiled for choice when it comes to clean, protected swimming areas and Manly’s best eateries and famous surf beaches.
Three days offers guests the chance to appreciate the diversity and amazing colour of Sydney and its deep-water harbour more intimately.
Take in stunning 360 degree scenic views of the city from aloft via a Sydney Harbour Bridge climb or discover the city’s historic and scenic coastal walks like the popular Spit Bridge to Manly trek through the seaside Sydney Harbour National Park. While in the vibrant suburb of Manly book in for a surf lesson then dine at one of the many waterfront cafes or restaurants.
Athol Bay’s protected anchorage is adjacent to Taronga Zoo and its 21 hectares of beautifully landscaped grounds with uninterrupted views across to the city. Take the tender then wander through the zoo’s extensive collection of unique Australian wildlife and exotic animals, insects and birds.
Book the seaplane for a scenic flight from Rose Bay north to stunning Pittwater and Palm Beach, or leave the boat at anchor and make your way by road to the world famous Bondi Beach. People watching, an ocean dip or surf lesson and lunch at the iconic waterfront dining room and bar Icebergs.
Then, after a day of sightseeing luxuriate in the Japanese-style tub on the upper deck while sipping something cool and refreshing pre-dinner
Celebrate an anniversary, birthday or romantic weekend aboard your own private superyacht. Skip town for a couple of days and hideaway at a near-private anchorage or beach, tended by the crew and sampling gourmet dishes lovingly prepared by the chef.
If the kids and the grandparents insist, bring them along too. There’s plenty of separate accommodation and living space for 10 guests. Spend days fishing and swimming off the marlin board and reignite your inner-child frolicking on the two-storey high waterslide and Sea Scooter.
Then, when it’s quiet time there are many comfortable cosy corners and enough entertainment options on board to satisfy all ages and tastes.
It always takes a couple of days to unwind at the beginning of a richly deserved holiday and a week board Infinity Pacific affords the chance to fully relax and venture further afield.
One of Australia’s most popular cruising destinations is the Queensland Whitsundays, a string of 74 mostly uninhabited islands protected by the precious world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef.
Guests can fly in and board the luxury superyacht then make for tropical jewels such as Hamilton Island and nearby Whitehaven beach, regularly voted one of the world’s top ten most beautiful beaches for its pure white silica sand.
Continue to explore among the islands before upping anchor and departing for the outer reef and the colourful watery depths that make snorkelling among the hundreds of varieties of fish and coral such a breathtaking experience.
The area is rich in sea life and popular with anglers so whether underwater looking through a glass lens or game fishing for a big catch, you and your guests will have the freedom to uncover the ultimate recreational gems hidden among the islands.
Appreciate a bird’s eye view of the vast Whitsundays via a seaplane or helicopter scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef. Soar over one of the seven natural wonders of the world and in winter you’ll witness the annual phenomenon of the Humpback whale calving season and nursery of mothers and calves frolicking in the warm azure waters.
Infinity Pacific’s staff can help create the perfect holiday experience – restful or adventurous, busy city or remote, travelling long or short distances within or outside Australian waters. The possibilities are infinite.
Grasp the remoteness and natural wilderness of the ancient Kimberley region in Western Australia, a magical cruising destination filled with grand gorges and waterfalls.
Visit a vast outback cattle station or try your hand at top end fishing, and let the chef turn your freshly caught barramundi or salmon into a mouth-watering culinary masterpiece.
Between April and September is the dry season and the best time for cruising the rugged coastline and winding waterways of Australia’s isolated north west. Cruising in the wet season is possible if the beauty of a summer storm lightning show and downpour that make the waterfalls thunder resonates.
Highlights of the Kimberley include rich indigenous rock art, Montgomery Reef, the King George and Horizontal falls and an abundance of unique birds and wildlife including crocodiles, water monitors and West Australian rock wallabies.
The sheer scale and inaccessibility of the region and its connection to 45,000 years of Aboriginal history create a deep sense of spirituality. The Kimberly is a raw and beautiful landscape blanketed with mysticism, and best appreciated by boat.
The tropical climate of the South Pacific and its more than 130 islands stretching from the Solomon Islands east of Papua New Guinea to the Tahitian archipelago in the far west make it the ultimate year-round cruising destination.
Geographically and culturally divided into several regions, including Micronesia, Melanesia and Polynesia, the South Pacific offers a myriad of cruising holiday alternatives. Book a roundtrip from Australia or fly in and meet your crew, then cast off for a honeymoon or wedding anniversary celebration complete with pristine beaches, stunning archipelagos and secluded lagoons.
Make for Tahiti, the largest island paradise of French Polynesia burial caves, hidden grottoes or the lava tubes of Hitiaa. To the north is the four-million-year-old volcanic island and beacon for honeymooners, Bora Bora, where an outer reef encases the turquoise lagoon at the base of the dramatic dormant volcano.
Vanuatu’s Champagne Bay, the Rock Islands of Palau and New Caledonia’s Isle of Pines are world renowned. French Polynesia is yet another stunning archipelago, famous for diving in the turquoise waters and laidback French culture.
Right on Australia’s doorstep the beauty and diversity of the South Pacific and its relaxed pace of life awaits.
To really appreciate ‘Fiji time’ and enjoy extra days exploring among the country’s 332 islands the option to fly in from Australia to Nadi international airport and meet your dedicated superyacht crew has a ring to it.
Avoid the busy season and consider your Fiji cruise during the winter dry season between March and October when the average daily temperature is a balmy 26C. Even if you cruise during the peak of the tourist season, the freedom to escape and explore the rugged mountains and untouched rainforests of the more remote islands is at your fingertips.
Kadavu is the ultimate island for getting back to nature, its Great Astrolabe Reef perfect for swimming, diving and fishing. The Mamanuca chain of 20 islands offers a balanced mix of low-key beach lifestyle and high-end resorts and dining options, and the Lomaiviti group is Fiji’s cultural heartland.
Fiji’s stunning natural beauty, famous hospitality and culture embracing the best of its Polynesian and Colonial influence make it ideal for family getaways. Soak up this tropical paradise as you drift among the islands, really coming to appreciate the local colloquialism ‘Fiji time’.
CrewA professional crew of eight will ensure a tailored cruising experience. With a wealth of knowledge and exemplary attention to detail, the Infinity Pacific team will help create the ultimate cruising package and blissful lasting memories.
Captain Matthew Rose has returned to the yachting industry after spending the last few years moving around the commercial maritime industries of cargo, passenger, dredging and diving.
Schooled in the Netherlands and country NSW, Matthew was first attracted to a career in the charter industry because it combined his passion for boating, travel and hospitality, and gave him the chance to work with staff and guests who share similar interests.
Of the international waters he’s cruised while working on privately owned superyachts Matthew’s favourite destination is The Bank Islands in Vanuatu. He’s also cruised to Arnhem land and the Gulf of Carpentaria, the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands, and further afield to the Pacific Islands of Fiji and the southern Solomon Islands.
When he’s not working it’s all about making the most of Australia’s great outdoors - adventure motorcycle riding, 4WDing, camping and cycling and discovering remote and pristine beaches along the NSW south coast and, hopefully in 2018, Tasmania’s dramatic west coast.
Australian born chief engineer Andrew Conroy loves the balance of work, travel and lifestyle that comes with a career in the superyacht industry.
Previously he has worked on charter boats cruising from Fremantle to Sydney and to the Kimberley and Great Barrier Reef, South Pacific, Bahamas, the Mediterranean and the North Atlantic. From all these fabulous destinations the Mediterranean is his absolute favourite.
When he’s not working Andrew is a beach guy who enjoys sharing time near the water with friends.
Chief mate Michael Lawrence has six years’ experience in the charter industry and over that time has cruised the beautiful waters of Perth’s Rottnest Island, the Kimberley, Great Barrier Reef and South Pacific.
Being Perth-born, Michael’s favourite beach is at Rottnest Island, but in terms of cruising destination he says the Kimberley trumps all the others.
Chief steward Thea Thurgood grew up in tropical north Queensland and joined her first superyacht in Mexico in 2008. Since then has been lucky enough to combine work and travel, diving remote sites in Myanmar and with sharks in Flores, and hiking volcanoes in the Caribbean.
Her aspiration to fuse a love of hospitality with marine biology and scuba diving led her to the superyacht lifestyle all those year ago, and she’s since cruised the waters of Australia, Fiji, Thailand, Indonesia, West Papua, Maldives, Bahamas, Caribbean, Mexico, Costa Rica, Panama, Mediterranean, Florida, New England and Nova Scotia.
Thea loves the challenge of knowing no two days aboard are ever the same and she thrives on the excitement of creating unique and unforgettable guest experiences.
Berthed in Sydney, local charters take in the iconic waters of Sydney Harbour and Pittwater to the north. For longer voyages consider Tasmania, Melbourne, the Gold Coast, Brisbane, the Whitsundays, Port Douglas, Great Barrier Reef, Lizard Island, Cairns and the dramatic Kimberley. By arrangement Infinity Pacific has the capacity to voyage beyond Australia’s coastal rim, to New Zealand and north to the magnificent South Pacific chain of islands.