The MV Wolf is Available to Set Sail Across Sydney Harbour

The old minesweeper is sporting a luxe new look.

By Terry Christodoulou 17/04/2019

Sydney Harbour has an intriguing “new” superyacht plying its waters, with rebirth of the MV WOLF. Initially starting its life as a Royal Australian Navy minesweeper, the WOLF has been refurbished to new luxurious heights, while maintaining authentic old-world style in its mahogany and bronze sculptural details.

MV WOLF certainly had the bones for the luxurious fit-out, measuring an impressive 33m long and four storeys tall, and now boasting a capacity of up to 65 guests and staff. Able to sleep up to 18 guests, the WOLF boasts two estate bedrooms, five double rooms and two double bunks with each sleeping quarters including its very own ensuite.

The amenities on board are akin to a 5-star hotel, with an industrial kitchen and full bar. The yacht also boasts a café-grade espresso machine, six-person jacuzzi, BBQ and optional dining area on the rooftop terrace, providing plenty of options for entertaining.

MV WOLF comes with a swathe of extras including vehicle transfer, jet skis, fibreglass ski boat and water sport equipment, along with wait staff and a range of packages and customisable options to ensure you have the perfect experience on board. To enquire for charter click here.

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