Converted Baltic Seatug

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Name: Converted Baltic Seatug
Builder: Veb J. Warnke, Germany
Length: 110' 0" (33m)
Beam: 27' 6" (8.38m)
Year Built / Refit: 1990
Speed: 10 / 11
Engines: 1 x SKL 6VD-26/20 AL2
Staterooms: 4
Flag: Malaysia
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SPIRIT OF ADVENTURE is a true ocean going vessel originally built to spend long periods at sea away from any shore support – and is in excellent condition.  Originally built as a Coastal/Baltic tug in 1990, she never saw use in this role. Purchased new, her visionary Owner embarked on a total conversion project with the renowned commercial CMN shipyard in Cherbourg (France) to the designs of Martin Francis and Jean-Pierre Paquet. After 2 careful years of study, hard work and attention to detail, she was launched as a yacht on 26th April 1999. She has maintained her commercial robustness in addition to the new “yacht” look and comfort that she offers. More recently Over USD 1.5 million has been spent refurbishing her interior and on thorough engineering refits with upgrades where needed.There is accommodation for 8 guests in 4 double cabins with plenty of exterior space and deck entertaining areas. Crew accommodation and the laundry has been completely refurbished in 2013/14 to the highest standardThe full commercial galley is large and able to cater for any size event