Photo: Barry QuinceBuilt by the now-defunct Dutch shipyard J & K Smits in 1957, pictured here is the 58.85-metre steel explorer yacht Seawolf seen departing Poole, UK after a short maintenance period at Icon Yachts in the Netherlands. She features naval architecture and an exterior design by DBR Huisman. She underwent an extensive four-year-long refit from 1998 to 2002 in which she was first converted from an ocean-going tug into the luxury yacht we see her as today. Seawolf accommodates up to 12 guests over six staterooms, including one luxurious master suite, one VIP suite, two double and two twin cabins. Powered by two Smit Man RB666 1,500 hp engines, she has a top speed of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots, and an impressive range of 18,000 nm. Seawolf is available for charter with Fraser.
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