IN PHOTOS: Australia’s largest super yacht stops by
Families who ventured down to Noosa Main Beach on Monday morning got a particularly big surprise.
Fresh from a trip to the Whitsundays, the $40 million yacht Mischief was in Noosa on Monday before making it's leisurely way back to Sydney.
The proud owner of Australia's largest super yacht is garbage mogul Ian Malouf, who sold his Dial A Dump empire in 2018 for $578 million.
Malouf now rents out Mischief, along with 3000 other yachts through his new venture Ahoy Club, an Uber style business specifically for yachts.
Ahoy Club co-founder Ellie Malouf confirmed the yacht was in Noosa for "a few days" and that the owners were on board.
Fancy getting into Mischief?
Well, you can for a cool $495,000 for a week, or $16,500 for an hour.
The yacht has six bedrooms and is looked after by a crew of 14 including an International sous chef and a team of stewardesses.
Previous guests include Aussie entrepreneur James Packer, Kris Jenner, P Diddy and Will Smith.
Mischief is a striking superyacht, with racy lines enhanced by her French navy hull and white boot stripe.
Her interiors are just as special with the dramatic use of white reflective surfaces, accented with blues and blacks.
Large photographs of stars of the screen, music and fashion add to the relaxed, fun feel.
The main salon features a large marble bar, with backlit mirrored wine and glass racks - a theme found in two further wine stores within the luxurious cabins.
The upper deck sky lounge is yet another bright white space, with curving glass bays inviting you out to the dining and eating areas on the aft deck.
The full master suite lies forward on the main deck, with two further large doubles and smaller twins on the lower deck.
The twin cabins also convert to super kings in the case there may be a full group of adult couples on board.