Once known as Lady Margaret, the SHERAKHAN yacht was later rebuilt and renamed in 2005, and was made into the luxury vessel we see today.
Functioning as a charter vessel for the past 10 years, she is well suited for guests and offers a wonderful charter experience.
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SHERAKHAN yacht interior
Designed by Rijntjes Interior Design, the SHERAKHAN yacht is a luxurious vessel suitable for charter. Inside she has a spa and a beauty salon, as well as a gym.
A big master suite features its own study, and there are plenty of rooms for guests to explore.
Perfectly suited for relaxation, she has a sauna that guests can use after a day at the spa, or after enjoying the jacuzzi on board.
There’s plenty of space for guests in the 13 suits available. SHERAKHAN is considered to be perfect for conferences or for other special occasions. The philosophy is to not let excess furniture take away from the beauty of the yacht itself.
The interior is mostly white, with a modern look. Guests can enjoy a sleek, contemporary design that brings out the small details in every room.
SHERAKHAN is 69,65 meters (228,6 ft) long, with a beam of 12 meters (39,4 ft), and a draft of 4,5 meters (14,9 ft). She has a maximum speed of 12 knots, and a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Thanks to her full-displacement hull, the SHERAKHAN yacht is very stable while at anchor. She is powered by one Caterpillar engine. She can hold up to 22 guests and up to 19 crew.
The elegant exterior of SHERAKHAN was designed by Verkerk Yachting Projects. Her white, sleek design cuts through the water with finesse, and if you were to find yourself on board, there are a plethora of water toys to entertain you.
Waterslides along the side of the vessel, jet skis, kayaks, and wakeboards are just some of the things there are to choose from.
Her exterior spaces are very large, and there’s a lookout house where you can enjoy the view.
The overwhelmingly white exterior was a conscious choice from the owner, who wanted people to be able to see every detail of the vessel, and not have the nuances be lost due to darker colors.
The SHERAKHAN yacht is available for charter in Northern Europe in both Summer and Winter. The weekly rate for a charter is approximately $510,500.
1965 – Yacht launched as Princess Margaret
2005 – Rebuilt and renamed Sherakhan
2016 – Underwent a refit
2017 – Repainted white