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111 ft / 34 m
6 CREW
FROM $105,000
10 GUESTS

Operating in Australasia, South East Asia, Indian Ocean.

  • Length
    111ft (34m)
  • Beam
    25ft 7in (7.8m)
  • Draft
    7ft 3in (2.2m)
  • Year Built
    2007
  • Builder
    Alloy Yachts
  • Designer
    Gregory Marshall
  • Sleeping Guests
    10
  • Crew
    Captain Bob Nabal
  • Refit
    2016
  • Cruising Speed
    12kts (22kph)
  • Stabilisers
    At anchor (0 speed)
  • Flag
    Not known
  • Engines
    2 x 425hp Caterpillar 3406E diesel engines
  • VAT Registered
    Yes
  • US Duty Paid
    No
MAIN DECK:
VIP Double Cabin with King-size bed, full-beam facing aft.
Ensuite has a bathtub, brand new marble top, his and hers sinks, wardrobe,
LOWER DECK:
2 x Twin Cabins Including 1 bunk bed and a single each (no Pullman). Facing forward. Suitable for 2 adults or 3 kids (due to storage). Good size ensuite.
1 x Double Cabin, full beam facing aft.
BRIDGE DECK:
Master Cabin with King-Size Bed, full beam facing forward. Aft of the Bridge. Backing in to the bridge deck, with tender crane and used as watersports storage during charter. Access to fly bridge via ladder on port side (external), access down to main deck.
Large 180 degree windows.
Toilet separate to shower room. His and hers sink, walk-in wardrobe, large shower.
Owner is movement sensitive hence choice to have the Master on flybridge instead of Main Deck.
All cabins are ensuite and themed with beautiful authentic aboriginal art.
Ideal charter party:
6 adults + 2 kids
Maximum 8 guests is ideal, 10 guests can be accommodated (6 crew at all times).
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With a maximum of 8 guests, a guide can be accommodated in a guest cabin (crew quarters have 6 berths max).
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Charter Client, 3-week Christmas charter, December 2018 in Papua New Guinea
“The Principal thinks that the yacht was built to a very high standard and is structurally in very good condition.. It is exceptionally quiet and the stabilizers are excellent. The artworks on board are beautiful.
The toys and dive equipment were very good.
The crew were all very good. He commented that Greg, as Captain, bent over backwards to ensure that they had the best experience and he appreciated that very much. Craig, the guide, was clearly well-connected and was good at explaining local customs, culture, etc.
The chef was really good and produced excellent food.
The chief stewardess was efficient and also a “phenomenal” trainer for their daily workout on deck.
The Principal confirmed it was an outstanding charter and the holiday of a lifetime. It is rare that I receive such positive and effusive reviews from him, so I can only say WELL DONE to you and your crew for an amazing job! He was still buzzing when he spoke to me.”


  • DVD player all cabins, MP3 music server, Satellite phone, Satellite TV, TV all cabins, Wi-Fi, 24ft / 7.50m 0hp RIB, 18ft / 5.50m 150hp RIB, 32ft / 10.00m 0hp Naiad, Assorted water toys, Beach games, Board games, Free weights, Kayaks multiple, Kneeboard, Paddleboards multiple, Surf board, Tube - towable, Wave runners multiple (sitdown), BBQ, Book library, Deck shower, Exercise equipment, Fishing gear - heavy, Gym, Special diets, Swim platform
  • Not Insured, Seabob, Snorkelling gear, Underwater scooter multiple, 1 Compressor, 8 Tanks, 8 BCs, 8 Regulators
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