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Charter 72' Cruising Monohull in Kawthoung, Mynamar

Cruising Monohull
1971
72 ft
6 Guests

About This Sleep Aboard Boat

Enjoy Kawthoung, Mynamar by boat!

Charter a 72 ft "Scame" Cruising Monohull for up to 6 people. Rates as low as $2,190 USD per night.

Scame is a timeless sailing yacht constructed at the Sangermani Shipyards, one of the world’s most famous builders of elegant boats. Yacht is a 72 foot wooden cutter designed in 1971 and our only one-master. With three double cabins and six berths, she is astonishingly spacious and the perfect yacht for families or groups of up to six people. 

Scame is a truly graceful sailer and has been cruising around the globe continuously for the past 35 years before joining our fleet in the Mergui Archipelago. She is fast and comfortable and her friendly captain is probably the most experienced yachtsman on the seven seas. There is a relaxed family atmosphere aboard Scame and her skilled crew of four is more than happy to share their love and knowledge of the sea. 

Cabins & Quarters:

Sailing yacht Scame can accommodate up to six guests in three cabins. The very large aft cabin has a double and single bed as well as desk and plenty of storage space. Additionally, Scame features a cabin with two single berths and another cabin with a double bed on her starboard side. All cabins have access to one of altogether two guest washrooms with showers. The yacht is fully air-conditioned and all cabins have fans.

The classy wooden interior of the whole yacht breathes maritime flair. From the flush teak deck, you step down into the saloon, which is centrally positioned between the aft cabin and the double-bed cabin on the one hand and the galley and the twin-bed cabin on the other. There is a comfortable leather couch arranged around a coffee table, which can miraculously unfold into a large dining table. 

The galley is well-equipped with fridge, freezers, stove and all necessary kitchen equipment. Just beyond the galley are the captain’s and crew quarters - two cabins with their own washroom and all are separately accessible from above deck. 

Boat Specifications:

  • Length: 72 feet
  • Width: 16 feet
  • Weight: 50 tons
  • Sail area: 240 sq. meters
  • Engine: Caterpillar V8 150 HP
  • Water: 2,400 litres
  • Water maker 60 litres per hour
  • Electricity: 110 and 240 Volts AC + 12 and 24 Volts DC
  • Communications include: GPRS internet, audio visual equipment


Accommodation:

  • 1 master cabin: Double bed and single bed
  • 1 twin bed cabin
  • 1 double bed cabin
  • Captain's and crew quarters: 2 cabins for 4 crew with separate washroom
  • 2 guest washrooms with heads and showers
  • Deck shower
  • Air-conditioner in the cabins and the saloon
  • Entertainment: Television, VCR, CD player, DVD player
  • Dining area in the saloon and in the cockpit on deck


Prices:

• High Season (October - May):

  • $2,190 USD/night   


• Peak Season (23 December - 13 January):

  • $2,550 USD/night


Deposit:

  • $850 USD

Details

  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 6 People
  • Year: 1971
  • Rental Minimum: 1 day
  • Length: 72 ft

Rental Requirements

Age Requirement:

  • Minimum 12 years for the cabin charters.

Frequently Asked Questions:

• How much does it cost to sail on your yacht?

  • Rates for private cruises start at USD 2,600 per night depending on the season. You can also book a cabin and join a cruise for USD 2,600 per person for 6 days.


• Do I need to know how to sail?

  • No. Our experienced crew can do all the sailing for you while you relax. If you like, our crew can involve you and teach you sailing basics.


• Can I sail myself?

  • Absolutely. You can get as involved as you like. From navigating to setting sails and steering the boat – you or your entire group can crew the ship. If you have enough sailing experience, you can even be the skipper.


• Where will we sail?

  • That depends on your wishes, but our main cruising area is the Mergui Archipelago in Myanmar’s south. Beyond that, we are open to any suggestions and ideas.


• How do I get there?

  • We can arrange to pick you up anywhere in the area – it’s up to you.


• Will I need a visa for Myanmar?

  • Yes. Most travellers will get a visa-on-arrival in Myanmar and we will take care of the procedure when you enter the country while you relax or explore.


• Is it safe to travel in Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago?

  • Yes, it is!


• What else should I bring?

  • Bring your bathers, sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, your camera and you’re pretty much set! It's best to also bring mosquito repellent and you may want to consider bringing anti-malarial tablets. Do remember to get a travel insurance before joining our cruise.
  • We provide full lodging, including bedding, towels, all meals, water and soft drinks. We also provide fishing and snorkelling equipment and first-aid, if necessary.


• What's the best season to go?

  • The best time for sailing in the Mergui Archipelago is between November and end of April. The rainy season starts in May and ends in late October.


• What will the water temperature be like?

  • Beautiful 26-29°C or 79-84°F!


• Is there on-board power, fresh water, internet?

  • Every cabin has power points (plus fans and air-cons). There is fresh water for showering and in the kitchen. Internet is not available on-board.


• Will I have to share a bathroom?

  • Every cabin has its own bathroom and each comes with a shower, sink and toilet.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Single Engine
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Head

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