Black Label is a beautifully appointed luxury 72ft motor boat specifically designed for luxury charters on the west coast.

Boasting a large entertaining cockpit, designer furniture and expansive rear deck, this vessel also features a well equipped kitchen, audio-visual system and plug-ins for PowerPoint presentations – she is a stunning venue for Swan river and Rottnest events.

Whether it be a corporate function, social event, wedding transfer or New Years Eve hire, BlackLabel is the perfect choice for your private cruise in Western Australia.

 

Precision Cruisers have an impressive heritage going back to the 1970s when the company built commercial fishing and cray boats demanded by the fishing industry for the rugged conditions off the Western Australia coast. From the commercial hulls came the popular 17m recreational hull.

This 72 is a custom built vessel that exploits many of the design features of the 17m hull. The 72 hull has undergone extensive tank testing and, with the addition of a three-quarter keel and propeller tunnels, Precision has got the sea-keeping and handling characteristics of this 72-footer spot on.

Precision’s reputation for building excellent sea boats is unchallenged. This vessel is very much at home in the open sea

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SPECIFICATIONS
LOA: 22.84m
HULL LENGTH: 20.69m
BEAM: 5.65m
DRAFT: 1.5m
DRY WEIGHT: 46,500kg
FUEL CAPACITY: 6000lt
WATER CAPACITY: 900lt
SLEEPING CAPACITY: 8

ENGINES: 2 X Detroit Deisel V10 1000hp
GENSET: 2 x Onan 24Kva
ANCHOR: Maxwell 4500 Winch
WATERMAKER: 200Lph
AIRCONDITIONING: CruiseAir throughout
ICEMAKER: 40Kg
REFRIGERATION: Saloon, Bridge and Backdeck
BBQ: On rear deck.

SAFETY
LIFERAFT: 2 x 8man Life Rafts
EPIRB: 1
LIFEJACKETS: Coastal.

AUDIOVISUAL: TV and Audio Equipment through out vessel.
INTERNET: Wireless facilities through  out vessel.
COOKING: Fully equipped galley, Cooktop, Microwave, Dishwaser, Fridge, Coffee Machine.
SEATING: Ample seating through out vessel, whether it be in side relaxing, on the rear deck taking in the sights, or on the Flybridge basking in the sun.