Designed by the world famous naval architects Dubois yachts, this sloop-rigged sailing yacht has been designed to optimise comfort and safety on board. With a strong aluminium hull she offers great stability at sea. Featuring simplified sailing systems, she is rigged for short-handed world cruising.
DAMAHWIL boasts a large interior volume, and can comfortably accommodate up to eight guests in four elegant cabins, including one full-beam master suite aft, each with neutral ivory tones and accent of luxury with leather headboards. Beautifully designed to a very clean, luxurious style, her interior has a hint of Thai undertones. Teak furniture and neutral floorboards and walls run throughout creating an uncomplicated and bright space.
Comprising of two decks, one of which is the sleek raised deck saloon, DAMAHWIL also includes a large rugged Arctic RIB tender, stowage forward of the mast, and a large fold down bathing platform for diving and tender embarkation. This trans-oceanic world cruiser features a Caterpillar diesel engine and cruises at 12 knots.
℅ Camper & Nicholsons Mayfair, Ltd
15 Sackville Street
London W1S 3DJ
T +44 (0)20 7009 1950
M +44 (0)7557 524 218
S +44 (0)20 8123 3260
Please contact Tim Langmead at +44 (0)20 7009 1950
The keel was originally laid in 2002 at the Bayard shipyard in Holland, the project stopped after the owner backed out and was not restarted until the current new owner came forward to build her in 2010.
Crew quarters and kitchen refurbished 2014 / 15
May 2016- Damahwil completed her yard work at IMS. Work included: - New Awl grip paint on Superstructure - New Raised deck saloon glazing replaced. - New Anti-foul and anodes.
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