Cabins (all en-suite, all with air-conditioning)
- 10 x Cabins each with 2 single beds that can be converted to a Queen Size double and 1 fold away bunk bed
Total max pax in cabins 30
Other sleeping possibilities for a family group travelling together who don’t mind using the reception areas: This boat has a huge air-conditioned lounge as well as large external covered deck areas for additional sleeping, We can provide up to 12 camp cots, mattresses and bedding should your group exceed the number of beds available in cabins.
Full sonar navigation for night travel, this boat can traverse the entire lake
Television (for DVDs only): please bring your own DVDs
Music: Full modern music system, please bring your own music
Mooring: The vessel is moored at Andora Habour, Kariba
Crew: On charter work there is a captain 3 deckhands and a chef
Host: Can be provided for an additional fee
Professional Guide: A pro guide can accompany the trip, for walking and general guiding from the tenders, this would be an additional fee.
Fishing: Basic fishing equipment is provided, but it is essential that any serious fishermen/women bring their own rods and tackle and make special arrangements with us for bait etc. We do provide the facility of having a professional fishing guide/host at an additional fee. Additional fishing boats and bait will form part of these costs
Usual tender boat supplied: 2 x Pontoon Boats with covered roof and fold away comfortable seating
Pool: There is a large fully shaded 4,5m x 2.4m plunge pool on the 2nd deck at the front of the boat
Deck areas: At the front of the boat on the 2nd deck there is a large covered outdoor deck area surrounding the pool. On the same deck there is another covered area at the rear of the boat. There is a another covered deck area at the rear of the boat
Power: All of the Umbozha fleet have generators powering the lighting and wall sockets at 240v as well as a 12v battery system when the generators are not running, all plug points are UK Square pin (please bring suitable adaptors) Generally the main generators are switched off between 10 & 11pm whereby the 12v battery system takes over until morning