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Mergui Archipelago by Clan VI Yacht

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Mergui Archipelago an enormous area features more than 800 pristine islands dotted through out the Andaman Sea of the coast between Myeik (Mergui) and Kawthaung (Victoria Point). Due to its virtual isolation, the islands and surrounding seas are alive with an amazing diversity of flora and fauna and very beautiful underwater scenes and marine life. Mergui Archipelago is famous as a destination for activities such as diving, snorkeling, sea kayaking, fishing and nature research. There are not many islands left in the world that pristine are as of islands in the Mergui Archipelago. It is possible to visit islands in the Archipelago and find no signs of human habitation.

Clan VI, beds for 10 passengers and cater, is Burma Boating’s most luxurious yacht. She was built under the name “La Numero Uno” and was the first yacht to be constructed at the Italian high-class shipyard Perini Navi, which became world-famous for its élite superyachts.

Charter Rate Includes:
• 3 full meals per day, non-alcoholic-beverages, water
• Fuel, electric power
• Usage of dinghy boat, sea kayak, snorkelling equipment, fishing equipment
• Service of crew during cruise
• Vessel insurance
• Transfers to and from the yacht (Ranong or Kawthaung Airport)

Charter Rate Excludes:
• Other services not mentioned in package
• Alcoholic beverages
• Visa, immigration and other government fees
• Personal health insurance and other personal insurances
• Other personal expenses

Yacht Specifications

Length: 40.01m / 131’
Beam: 7.59m / 24’
Draft: 2.60m / 8’6 – 6.05m / 20’
Shipyard: Perini Navi, Italy
Designer: Dick Carter
Interior design: Studio Sforzi
Year built: 1983 / Last refit: 2014
Guests: 10
Crew: 6
Cruising speed: 10.5 knots
Maximum speed: 12.5 knots
Hull: Steel
Fuel capacity: 21,000 l
Fresh water: 4,000 l
Engines: 2 x Deutz