Cabins : 4 | Launched : 2016 | Length : 24.2m (79.2ft) | Crew Members : 5-6
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Cabins & Quarters
No of Cabins : 4 | Area : | Bed :
The yacht can accommodate for up to eight guests with a master cabin at aft, two double cabins and a twin berth cabin. All cabins are fully equipped with en-suite amenities. There is also a spacious aft deck with table and seating for guests to enjoy meals and drinks a forward deck for those who wish to enjoy the views and the sun.
SY DALLINGHOO DECK PLAN
- Length: 24.2m / 79’2’’
- Beam: 5.80m / 19’
- Shipyard: S.A. Pritchard (South Africa)
- Last refit: 2016
- Guests: 8
- Crew: 5-6
- Cruising speed: 8 knots
- Sail area: 284 sqm
- Hull: steel
- Fuel capacity: 2,500 l
- Fresh water: 3,000 l
- Engine: Perkins 185 hp
- Rigging: gaff-rigged topsail schooner
- Electricity: 12V / 220V
- Air-condition: throughout
WATER TOYS & ENTERTAINMENT
- Inflatable tender boat, 40 hp
- Classic gaff-rigged sailing dinghy
- TV, movie library
- Stereo system
- 4 sea kayaks
- 2 dive compressors
- Snorkelling equipment
- Stand-up paddle board
- Water skis
- Fishing gear
Dive and Sail the Mergui Archipelago 7 Nights
Departure date of itinerary: Contact us for details
Highlights of Itinerary
- Diving, snorkelling and swimming in Western Rocky, Forest Pinnacle, Boulder Island, Three Islets and Bo Wei Island.
- Enjoying scenic views of wildlife and human activities.
- Visiting temples, shipyards and fishing villages and learning basic Mergui culture
- Delicious meals will be served throughout the voyage.
When you arrive in Kawthaung, book yourself in and take a ground tour visiting temples, local items and markets. Savor evening meal and the beginning night inside SV Dallinghoo along the busy town called Kawthaung.
At the break of dawn, we continue our voyage 40 Nautical Miles to South Bay Zardet Kyee island through Heart Lagoon (if the tide permits, you will have a chance to do kayaking in the nearby Lagoon) and Say Tan Island. While scuba-diving is a matter of the next day, this is a day to take a rest, discover beaches, kayak and make the acquaintance to the others.
We start sailing early this morning. Our first dive side - Western Rocky is a spectacular mid - ocean diving area with rock formations rising above the turquoise water.
The next wonderful dive spot is at Fan Forest Pinnacle, a 6 meters tall mount above the water surface in the middle of the sea.
Boulder Island is also a place to dive as there are many diving sites and walking paths. You must be surprised to see a variety kinds of wildlife above and below the water surface while diving, walking, snorkelling and kayaking on this well - preserved tropical island.
Depart to Bo Wei Island for the first dive of the day, coming behind a short visit to Jar Lann Kyn Village and/or Kyunn Pila East Bay. Jar Lann Kyn features a big temple, local shipyards and a bustle fishing transport center. This location is for those who want to get to know more about the Mergui culture.
We will dock at the best dive site in the Mergui Archipelago called Three Islets. After that, we will head toward to Salet Galet, a distinctive fishing village to discover an attractive mangrove river (if we are permitted by the tide).
We have an early departure 40 Nautical Miles ahead the South, which will lead us to Island 115 for our midday meal, swimming and snorkelling. A farther 24 Nautical Miles to Barwell Island will lead us to our final overnight dock in the Mergui.
A 3 - hour on the cruise will bring us back to Kawthaung. If feasible take a swim and have some beach time before our departure.
- Full crew service
- All on - board meals
- Non - alcoholic beverages
- Fuel for tender
- Main engine and generator
- Usage of snorkelling equipment and fishing gear
- Local airport transfers
What's Not Included
- Port fees
- Mergui archipelago fees
- Travel Insurance
- Personal expenses
SY Dallinghoo Cruise Policy
1. Itineraries & Yachts
Unless otherwise specified, meeting time for all join-in cabin charter cruises is at 10:30am. All join-in cabin charter cruises end at 9:00am. Guests should be ready for departure at the pier in Kawthaung by the time indicated above.
2. Deposit and Reservation
The deposit is 30% of the total charter fee and due at the time of booking. Upon receiving this payment, Myanmar River Cruises will immediately send a receipt, which is also a booking confirmation. By submitting the payment, you confirm you and your party have read and accepted the terms of this Policy.
The remaining balance is due 70 days prior to arrival. If a booking is made 70 days or less before arrival, full fare payment must be made within 48 hours (all bank or credit card charges will be borne by the payer).
Late payment may be regarded as cancellation of the booking whereupon the booked space may not be secured. In this case, the relevant cancellation fees may apply.
3. Cancellation by the Guest
Myanmar River Cruises needs to be notified of booking cancellations by email. The date we reconfirm the notification is the date used for calculating the cancellation fee.
The following cancellation fees apply:
30% of the charter fee, if booking is cancelled 95 days or more prior to departure date;
80% of the charter fee, if booking is cancelled 70 to 35 days prior to departure date;
100% of the charter fee, if booking is cancelled less than 35 days prior to departure date. The same applies for no-shows.
4. Cancellation and Liability by SY Dallinghoo
If prior to commencement of the charter, SY Dallinghoo cancels the booking or the entire charter, Guest shall be entitled to full reimbursement of all payments made without interest. The guests shall not be entitled to any compensation or penalty payments.
For cabin charter trips only, SY Dallinghoo reserves the right to cancel the cruise if the minimum number of 2 guests has not been reached.
If during the charter period, the yacht is disabled by breakdown of machinery, grounding, collision or any other cause so as to prevent reasonable use of the yacht by the guests, SY Dallinghoo shall make a pro rata refund of the charter fee for the period of disablement.
A modern yacht contains many pieces of machinery and equipment, which have to work in the harsh marine environment. Although the yachts are well-maintained, equipment breakdown can occur. As long as the quality of the trip is not unduly affected in the event of equipment breakdown, such a breakdown by itself is no ground for refund.
SY Dallinghoo is not responsible for theft or loss of money or any other valuables or items of any kind on board the yacht or elsewhere.
The yacht is insured against fire, damage, marine collision, risks and hazards of the voyage, including engine, hull and yacht equipment, for any and all casualty and loss or damage that may occur to or be suffered by the yacht or crew for the full term of the charter period. Coverage is excluded for loss of cash, negotiable instruments, precious metals or stones, valuables or objects of a rare or precious nature, belonging to persons.
SY Dallinghoo will not be held responsible for any injury or loss suffered by Guests or any loss, damage, injury, infection or pain suffered by either the guests’ persons or property, during the term of the charter. More specifically, but without limiting the foregoing, SY Dallinghoo and the yacht’s insurance underwriters accept no responsibility for accidents, injuries or death due to any activities, including but not limited to, diving, snorkeling, swimming, water skiing, surfing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, or hiking, no matter whether any equipment had been supplied by SY Dallinghoo or by the guest.
Upon boarding, guests may be required to sign a liability waiver.
5. Force majeure:
In the event of any causes beyond reasonable control (force majeure), including but not limited to acts of god, natural disasters, acts of war or terrorism, strike, orders, regulations of the government, local weather or sea conditions etc., SY Dallinghoo will bear no responsibility for not providing its services, accommodation, meals, transportation or any other services.
6. Personal Insurance & Health
As in all tropical climates, the natural conditions can cause hazards or annoyances, which guests should avoid by ensuring proper dress and using appropriate protection. There is a risk of malaria and other tropical diseases in the area. Guests are required to inform themselves about vaccinations etc. before departure. The guests undertake to have all necessary vaccinations for the countries or regions to be visited. As there is an inherent risk in activities like sailing and holidays in tropical areas, guests are also required to procure travel health insurance covering all activities and sports they intend to undertake.
The nature of a charter may render it unsuitable for anybody with physical disabilities or undergoing medical treatment. The guests warrant their medical fitness for the cruise.
SY Dallinghoo advises that guests procure travel cancellation insurance to avoid the risk of having to pay cancellation fees.
Guest is required to adequately inform and consult the guests about all the above.
7. Dietary needs
For travelers with special dietary needs, they should contact with us at least 30 days prior to embarkation. The cruise liner will make the outmost effort to provide special dietary needs and requests basing on product’s availability.
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