The Pacific Yellowfin is a grand old ship, built during WWII, before the era of mass production and refitted in 2003 with a a myriad of select modern amenities to make life aboard as comfortable as one can imagine. This grand nature, and the character of the classic hardwoods that adorn her, make her one of the most uncommon luxury yacht charters in Vancouver and on the coast of BC. From the fabled medieval Griffin on the funnel and the impressive engine room, to the fine linens and the view from the wheelhouse, the Pacific Yellowfin's many fine details offer a sense of tradition and history but without leaving creature comforts.
This historical vessel and her crew of 5 take you to the heart and soul of British Columbia's coastline as an all-inclusive private charter.
The Pacific Yellowfin's guest staterooms are flexible enough to accommodate parties of up to 12 guests, including children, with 4 couples or 8 adults. The two staterooms and two deluxe cabins are on three decks.
The unique nature of the Pacific Yellowfin extends to her guest staterooms. Great care has been taken to keep the varnished woodwork and the grand nautical feel consistent with the rest of the boat. The result is rooms that convey a beckoning antique feel.
The rooms also feature some of the comforts of home: private bathrooms, flat-screen monitors with DVD players and hot-water radiators in each room.
This upper deck berth features a queen bed and the best views on the boat
- Captain's Stateroom
Located on the main deck with a four-poster queen bed and five portholes
- Owner's Stateroom
A double bed and extra berths for children make this lower deck room ideal for a young family
- Penguin cabin
This family-friendly cabin on the lower deck offers a double bed and extra berths for children
- Duck Cabin
- Length: 34.75m (114')
- Beam: 9.14m (30')
- Draft: 3.66m (12')
- Year Built: 1943
- Year Refit: 2003
- Builder: Army Corps of Engineers
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