What’s so special about their particular range of yachts? Taking the local bespoke boating scene to staggering new heights.
According to Whitehaven’s owners Bruce Scott and Keith Hanson, the sheer magnitude of options available on hand to the customer is unprecedented.
Paired alongside their decades of knowledge in the Australian boating scene, Scott and Hanson have been able to meticulously design and handcraft scaled down versions of super yachts (57 – 65 feet) which are perfectly suited to Australian waterways.
Besides taking a stylish and conservative approach to their external yacht design, Scott and Hanson say that their main drawcard is being able to customise just about everything within the interior decor of their collection. From wood grain to leather to full carbon fibre lining, anything within the lower helm and upper deck including electronics and fit out can be tailored to the most discerning tastes.
Want a gym in your yacht? Scott and Hanson tell us that this is absolutely possible for Whitehaven and has even been requested in the past. This extravagant freedom of expression can even extend to a wine cellar and cinema room (downside: you must sacrifice your pet’s room).
In the world of luxury boating, customisation is key and the maestros at Whitehaven appear to have this down to a tee.
So what does one do after all the hard work of a yacht launch is complete? Celebrate the arrival of a new Australian player atop a floating mansion of course – Whitehaven style.