Looking to explore one of the world’s remotest destinations? Then take advantage of 39.95 metre Clan VI being available to charter in Burma’s Mergui archipelago.
The Perini Navi superyacht has joined the Burma Boating fleet and is offering both scheduled cruises and private charters in the archipelago.
Delivered in 1983 she underwent a complete refit in 2014 which has helped restore her to her former glory. She offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in a full beam master cabin, two double cabins and two twin cabins. She also has a crew of six.
Built under the name La Numero Uno she offers an excellent sailing experience and has previously circumnavigated the globe.
She will be available between November and May for seven night cruises from Kawthaung to the historic port town of Myeik, crossing the entire Mergui Archipelago.
"We're excited to add such a famous yacht to our fleet. We will be able to offer our guests an unparalleled level of comfort and service", said Captain Herbert Mayrhauser, one of the founders of Burma Boating.
Until recently it has been virtually impossible to visit the 800 islands of the Mergui Archipelago. It is now becoming easier for tourists to visit but there are still no hotels operating in the area.
"We believe that our yachts are the best way to explore the islands in style", added Mayrhauser.
Clan VI’s private charter rate starts from $9,620 per night.