Sea Life

Sea Life at anchor in the beautiful Lady Musgrave Lagoon, Great Barrier Reef.

Our boat, the beautiful Sea Life is a Beneteau 393. She is 39 feet (11.9 meters). She is a spacious owners version with 2 cabins and 2 heads. Sea Life is a very beamy (wide) boat with a spacious cockpit perfect for catching up with friends both new and old. We have 12 opening hacthes, with an extra 8 windows and a large companion way which light the sunshine and ocean breeze flow through. We have loads and loads of storage space for provisions and 4 HUGE lazerettes (3 deep enough for Nic to disappear in standing up). She is a very fast and dry boat at sea, very comfortable at anchor and underway.....we just love her so much....we even give her cuddles...and she likes that!

Sea Life at anchor in San Christobel, Galapagos Island with her baby Sea Lion friend.

Racing! Antigua Race Week 2011

The saloon area or livingroom as I like to call it. This is where we eat our meals, or often eat on deck too when the weather is beautiful. The table can be put down on smaller legs and with two extra cushions makes a day bed for when we are on long passages.

Our navigation station, this is also our computer space

A wide view perspective from the companionway stairs to show the saloon, part of the kitchen (galley) and into the front cabin.

The kitchen (galley).

The front cabin or bedroom.

Interior Layout

Sea Life on a mooring in May Bay, Phi Phi, Thailand

Sea Life at the quay in Bozcaada Island, Turkey with the beautiful Bozcaada Castle behind her. What a view!

Sea Life in Smith's Creek, NSW, Australia