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Dallinghoo is quite simply a gem of a classic yacht. The name comes from the small town in Suffolk, England which was the birthplace of captain Francis Light Light was a British explorer and founder of the British colony of Penang in Modern-day Malaysia. In his time working for the famous East-India Company, Light would have Captained a Yacht much like Dallinghoo 250 odd years ago. The love and attention to detail that her owner has gone into to restore Dallinghoo to her former glory is exemplary. She combines the classic look and feel with modern luxury features that would be expected of a yacht today. Burmese teak abounds everywhere and the Tan-Bark Traditional weave Clipper sail cloth that would have been seen in the 18th Century stands out beautifully. She is able to accommodate up to 8 guests for overnights in 4 spacious cabins, all en-suite. Originally designed to be a charter yacht for trips to the islands off Burma she is fully equipped with Dive-compressor and 6 sets of SCUBA gear for the sub-aqua enthusiasts, Paddle Boards, sea-kayaks, Game Fishing Rods, a 4.2 metre Rib with 40hp tender and a McNulty 12ft clinker classic gaff rigged sailing dinghy. She currently holds a commercial charter licence to operate in Thai waters. The cabins were refitted in 2016 and the engine was fully rebuilt in 2019 to zero hours. If you want a Yacht you can easily live aboard and sail around the world on or you would like to buy a classic yacht for sail-charters then look no further. Quite simply the finest example of a modern classic available on the market that will bring so much joy to her new owners."
‘Master Stateroom’ aft with double berth, seating area, storage and ensuite WC, hand basin and shower.
‘VIP Stateroom’ midship cabin with double berth, storage and ensuite WC, hand basin and shower.
Double cabin forward portside with ensuite WC, hand basin and shower.
Twin cabin forward with upper and lower bunks en-suite WC, hand basin and shower.
‘Captain’s Cabin’ double cabin behind Navigation station offering ensuite WC, hand basin and shower. This cabin is available for guest use, if a double bed is required and Captain will move to the twin cabin.
4 Berth crew cabin forward with bunks and ensuite facilities, this cabin is accessed from the deck above and therefore total separate to the guest accommodation aft of it.
Large saloon with casual seating portside around a dining table.
Navigation area with chart table and seat.
Large galley fully equipped for fine dining service.
All accommodation spaces are full air-conditioned.
Large TV in main saloon and in Master & VIP Staterooms, all cabins have 220V power points along with USB charging points to fit all modern phones and cameras etc.
Galley construction: Full commercial grade stainless steel fitout with timber cabinets.
Refrigerators: Built in Chest 220v Electric 220V bar fridge to Galley 220V bar fridge saloon under the bar
Freezers: -20C freezer 220v – large seawater cooled -20C domestic 140 Litre in the store room
Ice Maker: 1 x domestic
Stove: commercial 5-burner with gas oven and grill
Sinks: Large square stainless steel integrated
Washing Machine: 1
Crockery, cutlery and utensils Multiple sets for fine dining
Coffee machines 2 x Krups
extensive bar facilities
Leece Neville 24V 175 A/hr
Three lower shrouds and one upper shroud per mast with triatic stays joining the masts. One set of lower running backstays and one set of upper running back stays. Bow sprit with whisker stays and spreaders and a bobstay with dolphin striker.
Air Draft 22 meters
Total sail area: 260 M2/ 2,800 ft2
All in Tan-Bark Traditional weave Clipper sail Cloth and in good condition.
12 x Lewmar winches: