After an environmental report and consultation with Parks and Heritage about a mooring location to minimise the impact on the seabed, Odalisque secured her place in Bathurst Harbour and dropped 1.6 tonne of cogged wheel and 600kg of mooring chain. Thoroughly thought out, the mooring was slipped off the stern of the Odalisque, uncoiled itself and plunged to the bottom as planned. So there she sits, patiently waiting for the next clients to come on board and enjoy all she has to offer. Be in touch with us if this is the adventure you are looking for. Check out the video.
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