S/Y Shamoun to return to Andaman Islands
Published: Wednesday, 10 July 2013
Captain David Roberts of SY Shamoun, the classically styled Classen superyacht, has confirmed that the 33-metre beauty will remain in Southeast Asia until well into 2014. The 33-metre yacht is now in Kota Kinabalu and the current itinery involves a return to Phuket for the coming winter season, with cruises in the Andaman Islands of India over the New Year period. Shamoun is now available for charters in Indonesia.
The 33-metre luxury sailing yacht combines modern performance standards and classic grace. Designed by Andre Hoek and built by Claasen in 1999, she underwent a major refit in 2008. Constructed in aluminium, her lifting keel allows entry into shallow harbours and secluded bays where other yachts of her size cannot venture. Charter guests can enjoy four double staterooms, all with ensuites. One stateroom converts to a twin for added flexibility for families or odd number parties. Guests can dine in the raised pilothouse and enjoy the panoramic views while still in the comfort of the yacht’s interior or there is a large table in the main cockpit for alfresco dining.
She has a Nautica DL15 powerboat with a 60-horsepower engine and an inflatable dinghy with a 15-horsepower engine together with water skis and wakeboards. Also onboard are two two-person inflatable kayaks, snorkeling and diving gear with onboard compressor, and an assortment of fishing tackle.