SHENANDOAH OF SARK

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  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter
  • SHENANDOAH OF SARK for Charter

Description

History

Classic superyacht Shenandoah was born in one of the 20th Century’s most glamorous eras. She has welcomed on board the world’s most powerful families, international royalty and her fair share of smugglers and gamblers. She has raced across oceans and circumnavigated the globe many times.

She has, in a word, lived. And she has been loved. Not just for her renowned elegance but for her supreme handling on the water. That is why Shenandoah is one of the finest yachts sailing today.

Built in 1902 at the Townsend & Downey Shipyard near Staten Island, New York – the work of celebrated maritime designer Theodore Ferris, she became one of Ferris’s crowning achievements and the only one of his designs still sailing today.

The 180 ft three-masted gaff rigged schooner is indeed a tribute to the ‘Golden Age of Yachting’, when grace and elegance were as important as how she sailed. Ferris was inspired by a similar yacht being built in the docks at the time, Meteor III, a phenomenally fast ship belonging to the last German Emperor and King of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II. Born together, they became virtual sister ships.

The highly respected McMullen & Wing won the contract to bring Shenandoah back to vibrant life. Many thousands of hours later the yard’s craftsmanship and the owner’s commitment were rewarded as Shenandoah returned to the water, her hull and acres of varnished teak gleaming, her name emblazoned across the transom highlighted in gold.

Accommodation

Beautiful African Paddock redwood panelling and exquisite mouldings and details add a stately feeling to the main salon and cabins. All the rooms below decks benefited from a great degree of natural light from overhead skylights. In addition to the dining area below decks, an intimate detachable deck cockpit was designed by Martin Francis to allow Shenandoah to show the clean lines of an all-time classic. The massive restoration effort was recognised with the 1996 Showboats International Best Classic Yacht Restoration award.

For several years this classic superyacht’s current owner has lovingly lavished attention on every minor detail, from the brass handles on the antique dressing table, to the art deco light fittings. Further to the interior she has benefited from a thorough refit of Shenandoah’s mechanics and rig in 2008/09 maintaining the flawless standards that she deserves.

The living quarters are now precisely how Shenandoah’s original owner wanted them to be when class, taste and the fineries of life ruled the waves. When unparalleled luxury meant something. The deck now offers three points of access to the interior and the accommodations now are probably more luxurious than they ever were.

Shenandoah was and remains one of the finest yachts of her time. If you are interested in the excitement of racing or cruising the French Riviera in timeless style you will be hard pushed to find a finer yacht.

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Specification

  • Type: Sail
  • Home Port: Palma
  • Year Built: 1902
  • Year Refit: 2009
  • Length: 54.35 metres
  • Beam: 8.23 metres
  • Construction: Steel
  • Cruising Speed: 9 knots
  • Fresh Water:
  • Fuel:
  • Fuel consumption: 100 litres per hour
  • Builder: Townsend & Downey
  • Engines: 2 x Lugger 16140AL
  • Communication:

    KVH Mini VSat Broadband
    • Fleet Broadband
    • Sat-C
    • Iridium
    • 2 x handheld iridium telephones
    • GSM Antenna on mast with sim card input in Nav Area
    • External 3G Antenna with multiple sim ports
    • PBX – IP30 Telephone exchange
    • 4 x portable UHF Radios
    • 5 x portable VHF Radios
    • 2 x VHF DSC Radios
    • 2 x VHF Radios

Accommodation
  • Total Guests (sleeping): 11
  • Total Guests (cruising): 12
  • Number of Crew: 12
  • Crew Quarters: Forward with own facilities
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
Accommodation Description

Please note that a maxiumum of 8 adults can sleep on board. There are two bunk beds, one in the Port Forward Guest Cabin and one in the Port Aft Guest Cabin. There is also a single bed in the Master Stateroom. Total guests on board 8 adults plus 3 children.

Master Stateroom
The stunning full beam Master stateroom consists of a double and a single bed. 3 large wardrobes, 2 large cabinets and ample storage for books on bookshelves. You also have a large en suite with 2 basins, bidet, toilet and shower, and an exquisite skylight that provides an abundance of light and natural ventilation throughout the stateroom. Not forgetting the ‘secret door’ to the Nav Station.

The stateroom is connected to all areas of the yacht via Bedside and Deck telephones on PBX. As well as communication systems, you have a work desk with wireless and wired internet and a display monitor linked to the chart plotter. Real time weather information is provided by B&G instruments. For quiet time and entertainment, you have a 27’’ iMac which is linked to the network entertainment system and controlled through an iPad and a state of the art Linn stereo system.

Starboard Guest Stateroom
The Starboard guest stateroom consists of a beautiful double bed and a stunning en suite bathroom that provides you with a bidet, toilet, basin and shower. The stateroom also has a standalone music and entertainment system and a skylight providing you with natural light and ventilation.

Port Forward Guest Stateroom
The Port forward guest stateroom offers you a beautiful double bed and the option of a single bed above, making this stateroom a wonderful option for a couple with a child or for a nanny. Once again it has its own en suite, offering a bidet, toilet, basin and shower. It has a standalone music and entertainment system and a skylight providing you with natural light and ventilation.

Port Aft Guest Stateroom
The Port aft guest stateroom has a beautiful double bed and also a detachable single bed above. Once again this is a wonderful stateroom that gives you options and versatility for guests with or without children. Naturally this stateroom also has its own en suite, offering a bidet, toilet, basin and shower. Not surprisingly, it has its own standalone music and entertainment system.

Amenities

Main Salon

• Front speakers: Keltik
• Centre speakers: AV5120
• Rear speakers: Tukan
• Blu-ray player: Denon DBT-1713UD
• CD Player: Ikemi
• Tuner: Pekin
• AVR receiver pre-amp: Denon AVR4311
• Entertainment server: MacMini Server 12TB
• Front speakers power amplifiers: Klimax Solo (x6)
• Front speaker active crossover: Klimax Aktiv (x2)
• Rear speakers power amplifiers: LK240 (x2)
• Centre speaker power amplifier: LK240

Owners Cabin

• CD player: Ikemi
• Speakers: Ninka
• Pre amplifier: Wakonda
• Mid and bass power amplifier: LK100
• Treble power amplifier: LK140

On Deck

• Speakers: Linn Katan
• Amplifier: LK100

Main Deck

• Cockpit dining area capable of seating 8-10 people
• Wireless music system in cockpit

Leisure

• 2 x Laser Dinghies
• 1 x Ribeye A600 Customised Superyacht Guest Tender with Yamaha F115
• 1 x Zodiac Crew tender with 20 hp Yamaha
• 6 x sets of dive equipment
• Bauer Dive Compressor
• 4 x Bicycles
• 2 Stand up Paddle boards
New additional water toys to be purchased shortly!

Cruising Area(s)

Western Mediterranean, Naples/Sicily, Riviera/Corsica/Sardinia,-Spain/Balearics

Charter Cost

€105,000 per week low season
€120,000 per week high season