Sailing Yacht Shenandoah
Sailing Yacht Shenandoah (image above) is a 55.08m (180.7 feet) luxury yacht being launched in the year 1902 by Townsend & Downey Shipbuilding in the USA. She was previously named Shenandoah; Lasca Ii; Shenandoah; Atlantide; Shenandoah Of Sark. The ship naval architect design work was made by Theodore E Ferris. Terence Disdale is the creator of the interior styling. Superyacht Shenandoah is constructed with a steel hull. The maximum draft in m is 4.72 (15.5 ft) and the widest beam in in m is 8.6 (28.2 feet). Structurally teak was used in the construction of the superstructure.
More Specifications + Shenandoah Performance
Shenandoah has a cruising speed going just on 10 knots with a long range in normal weather conditions of around 2000 nautical miles. Her full range is produced with her full 19000 – litre fuel capacity.
Shenandoah offers accommodations for up to 10 guests of the owner. This ship is actually capable of carrying up to 14 yacht crew to facilitate the peaceful luxury yacht vacation feel.
Related Info On This Sailing Yacht
This yacht is engineered with Lugger. She flies a flag from United Kingdom. Shenandoah is classified as a triple masted schooner.
Shenandoah Yacht Charters
Call or email your yacht charter broker company for advice with respect to having a charter holiday on Shenandoah, and for ascertaining whether she could be available for yacht charters. Further, you may want to contact a yacht sales broker to know if Shenandoah could be offered for sale to purchase and her asking price.