Our 58ft Flagship Classic Charter Boat & Fishing CruiserThe goodship MV Spartacus is licensed by the New Zealand Marine Safety Authority. This classic Bruce Robertson design is renowned for its stability and sea-worthiness. Be it a fishing charter trip, a Christmas function or a day of family fun on the water, this is the vessel for you.
Enjoy her beautiful lines, comfort and classic ambiance on a great day out in the Auckland Harbour. She has a big luxurious fly bridge with surround sound and room for a maximum of 35 people.though the number of passengers we can take on board will depend on the purpose of the trip. There are spacious private cabins to change in, fresh water showers including:
- 1 double cabin with ensuite
- 2 x showers & toilets
- 1 x semi double bunk
- 6 single bunks
Explore the Hauraki Gulf in classic luxury on “MV Spartacus” a 58 ft fly bridge cruiser, powered by 2 x 500HP turbocharged Detroit diesels. With 3 levels , there is plenty of room for large groups to spread out and do their own thing.
She is equipped with:
- JRC 50 mile radar
- Raymarine GPS/fishfinder
- Full size BBQ available for use on request
The multi level layout makes MV Spartacus ideal for corporate functions, team building exercises, Christmas parties, dinner cruises, stag do & hen nights, fishing & dive trips.
Prices Available on Enquiry
MV Spartacus – Licensed for a maximum of 35 passengers you can charter Spartacus for a minimum time 3 hour harbour cruise. Often selected as the perfect amount of time for a Christmas cruise, lunch or dinner party.
We also offer 4hr, 6hr, 8hr charters. For more detailed pricing information please call 0800 CHARTA (0800 242 782) or email us. (we do not do individual bookings, we only hire out and charter the whole boat)
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Rods $25.00 per person; Bait $25.00; Ice $7.50 per bag; All prices plus GST
A non-refundable deposit is due upon confirmation of booking to secure your preferred date.
For all our other options please fill out the convenient email request form.