Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Seawolf 193ft World Traveller

Seawolf 193ft was launched in 1957 by the Dutch shipyard Smit J&K and was refitted in 2006. The exterior design was designed by Dbr Huisman and the interior was designed by Astilleros de Mallorca. She is a steel hull and superstructure with a beam of 37ft and a 17ft draft. She has a cruising speed of 12.4kts with a range of 32,000nm, this yacht is an explorer of the world with that mileage. One of the yachts previous names was Dolce Far Niente and the picture below is of her when she was named Dolce Far Niente. The above picture is her current name Seawolf.

She can accommodate up to 12 guests and has a crew of 14 to tend to their needs. The guests will even have the chance to do a bit of sailing when anchored with the small day sailor on the aft deck. After sailing guests can relax on the sundeck or take a dip in the jacuzzi. Seawolf is currently in the South Pacific Islands and is available for charter through Fraser Yachts at a cost of $180,000 per week.

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