Outback

    The Austal shipyard in Western Australia builds a number of ferries, combat vessels, and patrol boats. Predictably, its 193-foot, fiberglass-composite Outback is a sturdy craft and fast as well, with a top speed of 23 mph. The yacht will please active charterers with its scuba gear, fishing equipment, underwater scooters, Outback’s six cabins hold as many as 12 charter guests. The yacht cruises the Mediterranean during the summer and the Caribbean during the winter, at a base rate of $375,000 per week.

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