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The converted superyacht Sherakhan anchored off Monaco

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Charl van Rooy

Superyacht Sherakhan anchored off MonacoPhoto: Floris KoopmansBuilt in 1996 by the Dutch shipyard Vuyk en Zonen, Sherakhan was converted into a luxury superyacht in 2005 under the guidance of her owner and designer Claudia Rintjes. On board, Sherakhan accommodates up to 26 guests across 13 luxurious and individually-styled guest cabins, comprising one master suite, two VIP suites, four double cabins and six twin cabins. With power provided by her Caterpillar 3508B DITA diesel engine, Sherakhan has a maximum speed of 13 knots, and a cruising speed of 11 knots. The yacht recently underwent another facelift, changing her exterior from the once famous blue hull into an all-white finish as is seen here where she was anchored off Monaco earlier this summer.

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