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  • Beam: 7.5m
  • Draft: 2.3m
  • Flag: UK
  • Construction: Aluminium
  • Cruising Speed: 10 knots
  • Max Speed: 12 knots
  • Engines: 2 x Scania DS1 9 44M 310 HP
  • Generator: 1 x 25 – 1 x 45kW
  • Shaft Generators 2 x 25kW
  • Fuel Capacity: 20.000ltr
  • Water Tank: 9.000ltr
  • Watermaker: 4.500ltr
  • Cabin configuration: 4 x Double ensuite
    (Two of the staterooms can convert into a twin, for added flexibility for families or odd number parties)
  • Number of guests sleeping: 6
  • Crew: 5
  • Awarded the Best Sailing Yacht at the Singapore Boat Show 2013
  • Shamoun has also taken part in some of the most well know Sail Yacht Races including the St Bart’s Bucket Regatta in St Bart’s, Caribbean. She has taken part in the Superyacht Cup in Palma, Mallorca, Spain and the Les Voles in St Tropez, France and most recently The Asia Pacific Super Yacht Rendezvous
  • Most recent refits: 2008, 2009, 2011 and one in 2014. Her interior has been completely refurbished and updated (2014), while keeping true to her roots, of modern sophistication
  • 5,9m tender with 115 Yamaha engine
  • Snorkelling gear, Paddle boards, Wakeboard, Waterskis, Donut, Kayaks, Fishing gear



The 33-meter aluminium cutter was the last classic yacht to have been built in the 20th Century. This luxury sailing yacht combines modern performance standards with classic grace.
Comprising of a 246-squared meter Main Sail, a 305-squared meter Genoa, a 90-squared meter Stay Sail also, one 605 squared meter Gennaker (the famous Red Logo-ed sail) and another 850 squared meters (fondly called “Big Red”) Gennaker, it’s no secret why Shamoun out-performs most yachts of the same category.
Shamoun has taken part in some of the most well know Sail Races including the St Bart’s Bucket Regatta, St Barts, Caribbean; the Super Yacht Cup in Palma, Mallorca, Spain; the Les Voles in St Tropez, France; and most recently the Asia Pacific Super Yacht Rendezvous in Phuket, Thailand.


Her retractable keel enables access to many anchorages not normally accessible to vessels of her size. Her classic shape is enhanced by her perfectly proportioned deck-house and her deep and curling cockpit. The huge wheel, traditional binnacle and many dorades add to her timeless style.
The cockpit is one of the main social areas on-board and is a wide open space. The table easily converts into a large dining table and that’s why this is where most of the meals onboard are enjoyed. For lounging and relaxing, the sun-pad, which is situated above the deckhouse, makes for the perfect spot. Cocktails and hor d’oeuvre are usually enjoyed at mid-ships under the awning, offering guests some shade.
Water sports are a synch with our 5,9m tender with a 115 Yamaha engine on the back. Shamoun is fully equipped with dive gear and a dive compressor as well as stand-up paddle-boards, wake-boards, ski’s, and a sea-biscuit so guests have a full range of options when it comes to water sports.


With her open-plan accommodation, Shamoun becomes a real home away from home. Offering an overall theme of modern sophistication and clean-cut lines, but with a cosy, homely feel.
The Honduras Mahogany wood with cream panelling and the chestnut flooring eludes elegance and style whilst allowing for a laid-back atmosphere. The chic sofas and scatter cushions in the Deckhouse and Saloon introduce more light into the areas and emphasize the panache of Shamoun.
Shamoun is all open plan living and consists of four double staterooms, all ensuite. Two of these staterooms can be changed into a twin, allowing for flexibility for family vacations as well as groups that have odd numbers.


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