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SUNSHINE

103 ft / 31.4 m Myanmar Shipyards - Sleeps 6 guests

From: €50,000

Chartering in the West Mediterranean

About SUNSHINE

Operating in the West Mediterranean

Sunshine is a two masted gaff rigged schooner. She measures 31 meters over the deck and has a beam of 5.6 meters.

Sunshine is built according to designs drawn up by the famous naval architect William Fife Jun. in 1900, with the hull and rig exactly faithful to that of her famous predecessor.  

The original Sunshine was built for Glen F. McAndrew of Largs Castle in Scotland. In 1906 she became the proud possession of the Portuguese Royal family (until 1911) and was then called "Maris Stellis".

Sailing

Sailing

Sailing

At Anchor

Salon

Salon

Salon Table

Salon Table

Galley

Galley

Detail

Guest Cabin

Guest Bathroom

Guest Bathroom

Specification

Length

103 ft / 31.4 m

Year Built

2003

Sleeping Guests

6

Cruising Speeds

9 kts / 16.6 km/h

Engines

Cummins Diesel 300hp 6CTA 8.3 - M1

Beam

18 ft 4 in / 5.6 m

Builder

Myanmar Shipyards

Crew

Captain: Peter Wood + 6

Stabilisers

None

VAT Registered

No

Draft

11 ft 1 in / 3.4 m

Designer

William Fife Jun

Refit

Flag

Cayman Islands

US Duty Paid

No

Amenities

  • Deck shower
  • Fishing gear - light
  • Cell phone
  • Indoor audio system
  • Local TV
  • Satellite phone
  • Snorkelling gear

Crew Profile

Captain: Peter Wood

Peter Wood is Sunshine's longtime skipper. After cruising the Mediterranean for a few years, he decided to take the yacht back to Myanmar/Burma.

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