Superyacht Queen of Andaman nears completion
Now in the final stages of construction, this beautiful new 41 Meter classic motor sailor design will be launched in early June, ready for sea trials in Turkey and hand over to the new owner in July 2007. Once complete, Queen of Andaman will be heading to her new home port of Phuket, Thailand. She will become the largest Thai registered sailing yacht, being fully licensed to offer charters in Thai waters.
Under the Management and Central Charter brokerage of Seal Superyachts, Queen of Andaman will be available for charter from November 2007 onwards.
Encompassing four master guest cabins, the yacht will offer all amenities expected of a modern superyacht. Each luxuriously appointed guest cabin will have satellite television, wi-fi broadband Internet and telephone access, as well as large flat screen plasma television, Bose entertainment system, minibar and safe.
Dining areas for ten guests are in the main salon, as well as exterior dining on the aft-deck and fly bridge. Queen of Andaman also offers extensive relaxation and sunbathing areas forward, aft and on the spacious fly bridge.
Equipped with guest and crew tenders as well as a Jet Ski, most sea sports will be on offer to charter clients. The main bridge onboard is fully equipped with state-of-the-art integrated Furuno navigation equipment, Fleet 77 and Ship Loc safety monitoring system. Adjoining the bridge are two cabins for the Captain and Engineer. A remote helm and navigation station is located on the fly bridge.
Queen of Andaman will run with a crew of seven, including western captain and Engineer. Adam Frost of Seal Superyachts commented ‘we are delighted with the fact that we can now introduce a fully-fledged Superyacht to the charter market in Thailand. There has for a long time been a gap in the top end of the charter market in Asia. With Queen of Andaman fully licensed to legally operate charters in Thai Waters, this should help bring the Thai leisure boating Industry to a whole new level’.
Company Seal Superyachts