SHAMOUN

Jachtwerf Klaassen B.V. | 33 m (108 ft)  1999 / 2008

Yacht for charter

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  • Guests9
  • LOA33m108.4ft
  • Cabins4
  • Crew5
  • Built: 1999
  • Built by: jachtwerf klaassen b.v.
  • Naval architect: andre hoek
  • Length: 33 m (108 ft)
  • Beam: 8 m (25 ft)
  • Draft: 3 m (8 ft)
  • Displacement: 140 Tons
  • Construction: aluminium
  • Engines: 2 X SCANIA DSI 9 44M
  • Max speed: 12 Knots (under power)
  • Cruising speed: 10 Knots (under power)
  • Flag:  british
  • Guests sleeping: 9 guests
  • Cabins: 4 (  4 double  )
  • Crew: 5 persons
 SHAMOUN Luxury  Sailing Yacht - General Arrangement
  • The yacht has four awnings for perfect sun protection when needed
  • Hydraulically movable diving platform incorporated in the transom
  • Layout offers crew quarter separate from the guests living area
Led by Captain David Roberts, she is available in Australia, Great Barrier Reef and New Zealand.
This classic sloop designed by Andre Hoek has truly raised the standard in terms of quality, performance and comfort for the charter guests.
Beautifully appointed with an exquisite handcrafted mahogany and cream panelled interior, SHAMOUN features four equally sized guest cabins with ensuite facilities, a spacious saloon with open plan galley, and a dining area.
A classical layout characterises her flush deck, and the traditional deckhouse contains the navigation station as well as a dining area and mini bar. There is also a full entertainment system, including a video screen and projector incorporated in the ceiling. Another handy detail is the hydraulic diving platform in the transom.
Hydraulic centreboard - with a draft from 2.50m to 6.50m - she offers excellent sailing performances combined with accessibility to shallow waters.

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