Set up for extended isolated cruising in total comfort, Black Pearl sleeps up to ten guests in 4 cabins.


From her hull to her engines, her layout to her furnishings, Black Pearl was built with intelligence, care and experience, with total commitment to performance, enjoyment and comfort of the highest level, as many features of the vessel illustrate.


The owners’ interests in sailing, fishing and surfing led to Black Pearl’s low profile classic look and some unusual design features. Rather than the usual maindeck split, with a formal dining area and lounge, there is a recreation of a yacht pilothouse, several large opening windows and no flybridge. Instead, the upper deck has an enclosed skylounge, with a helm station forward and the dining area aft. The aft deck on this level has a 6 metre tender, jetskis, barbecue, wok burner and fridge, among other things. Other features to enjoy outdoors include a dive compressor, a shower on the swim platform and the indoor-outdoor music system.



Down a level, the main saloon, without dining, is thus expansive, with four enormous windows on either side, low furniture, and low window sills, effectively bringing the outdoors in. This large lounge also includes a more intimate seating space, a study area, (enjoy satcom and WiFi) latest flat screen TV, and a card-table. An aft-deck table allows dining on this level. Forward of the saloon is the bridge, which has a convertible sofa/berth.

The guest accommodation is found on the lower deck forward of the crew quarters and upstairs and forward of the owner’s suite. Two guest suites on either side can convert as double suites or twin-singles. Further forward is a large bunkroom with four berths (an ideal set up for younger guests). All the guest suites have en suite bathrooms and have on-board entertainment, with satellite TV and IPod stations. The master suite also spans the full width of the boat amidships, just ahead of the crew accommodation and aft of the other guest areas. It has a walk-in wardrobe and office space.


Award-winning Melbourne designer Chris Connell was responsible for the design work, which was beautifully put together by Specialist Marine Interiors, creating a most relaxed and comfortable internal atmosphere.

Spaces are light and modern, with orange appearing in small features amidst the neutral palette. Among the many details of note are the curving staircases with inset moulded handrails and concealed lighting. There is also great use of fine fabrics, and a series of artworks that were commissioned especially for the boat. Art and furnishings include a light-hearted pirate theme.