White Rabbit Charlie was an aluminium superyacht that measured 36 metres in length with a maximum beam or width of 12 metres and a draught or depth of 1.55 metres. Built in Australia, she was officially launched in 2000 and was part of the White Rabbit family from 2001 until 2006. Best described as a modern catamaran, she could travel at speeds of up to 21 knots with room for 12 guests and 8 crew.
White Rabbit Bravo was delivered in 1995 and remained a part of the White Rabbit family until 2001. She had an overall length of 49.4 metres and beam of 9.6 metres with a top speed of 18.5 knots. Her four decks comprised an aft sun deck, a heliport with an ultra-light sea plane, an amphibious car and a pursuit tender. A jacuzzi and spa were situated forward. Below was the primary entertainment, conference centre and galley, while the main deck housed a private suite as well as the forward dining room and main lounge. Extensive fishing and diving equipment were housed aft.