Wavelength 4 has been designed and built in Australia utilising the latest technology to enable access to the outer reef with the most comfort and least impact. She’s fitted out with latest smart eco-technology including solar power. Features include a lowering stern platform for easy water access, air-conditioned saloon, change rooms and a large shaded upper deck. Wavelength 4 was built in Brisbane and launched in July 2015, with a refit back at the builders in 2019.
Wavelength 5 was built in Tasmania in 2010. She is mainly used for coral research but is available for private charter for up to 12 passengers for either pleasure, research or filming use. This boat is aimed at those looking for a boutique charter experience, where the focus is on seeing the best of what’s under the surface. We do not do fishing or spearfishing charters. This vessel is perfect for research work, filming and surveying coral health. Recent film work has included Al Jazeera, Dutch National TV, HBO, NZTV, CNN, ABC. Recent research work has included a seven day National Geographic/UTS exploratory trip, supporting the Coral Nurture Program, and coral health surveys.
Wavelength 6 is our newest boat launched in August 2018. She has the same Australian designers and builders as Wavelength 4.
In keeping with our core philosophies, Wavelength has invested only in custom designed and Australian built boats. All are available for private, commercial and research charter. The newest boats, the catamarans Wavelength 4 and Wavelength 6, incorporate the latest technology to reduce their environmental footprint.More Info
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