Nestled into the Coal Harbour yacht marina for several weeks over the summer has been the slightly unusual looking luxury yacht Tatu. She is described as a custom trawler with excellent outside spaces, enclosed aft deck with large dining table. She has cruised the South Pacific, Alaska, Mexico and South America as a proven long range vessel in excellent condition with all possible amenities.
Built by Delta Marine in 1985, rebuilt in 2014
GRT 116 tons
Speed cruising 10 knots, full 11 knots with a maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles
Main engine: Caterpillar 400 HP diesel
Accommodation for six guests in three cabins along with a regular four crew members
Registered in Gibraltar
Entering the ship from the aft deck you are in the main salon with a comfortable couch to starboard and chairs to port. Forward is the dining area seating eight. The compulsory open bar lies infront of the galley and seats four. The Galley itself is U-shaped and has all the toys you could wish for.
The forward master stateroom forward has a center line queen bed, ample storage and hanging spaces along with a spa style bath and shower. There is a staircase leading to the lower staterooms just to port of the galley. There are two guest staterooms with ensuite baths and there are individual crew berths staterooms with baths.
The bridge has comfortable seating with excellent visibility and a full array of electronics. Aft of the bridge is the Captain’s cabin with double berth and ensuite bath. New soft goods were fitted throughout this year. Tatu is currently for sale for a mere $5,995,000.
Ship of the Week courtesy of West Pacific Marine Ltd.