2 November 2021

“As you step on board DE LISLE III you remove your shoes and your feet come in contact with the teak, you lift your head and are greeted by Captain Dan Farrell. Immediately, your sense of adventure is activated, as you and your family are invited to acquaint yourselves with your home away from home. You sit around the large aft deck table as the talented stewardesses introduce themselves with welcome cocktails, and Chef Nigel comes out to greet you with some of his exquisite creations.” 

Issue 09 of Superyacht Australia Magazine 

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What future guests might not know yet, is the true gem of DE LISLE III, her captain Dan.

His unparalleled knowledge of the Whitsunday Islands and North Coast of Queensland allows guests to have access to places and activities not available to the most. 

This is matched to Dan’s passion for fishing, ensuring you not only adrenaline-filled sport sessions, but also the freshest meals on board.

DE LISLE III offers the perfect platform to activate your adventure: this 42m superyacht built by Gulf Craft displays high-end yet comfortable surroundings over four levels. Her refit, in late 2018 was completed with optimum entertaining and leisure in mind, with superior finishes creating exceptional comfort and an outstanding level of enjoyment on all deck levels. “

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