Built in South Africa in the 1990s, the 100-foot Dallinghoo is an exquisitely restored traditional gaff-rigged topsail schooner that blends the classic design and nostalgia of a tall ship with all the comforts of a modern yacht. Accommodating up to ten guests in five air-conditioned cabins, she is available for charter in some of Southeast Asia’s most sought after locations.
Life On Board
Dallinghoo’s nautical interiors are characterized by light painted wood with varnished teak paneling and hardwood trims, while her floors are comprised of varnished hardwood throughout. The boat’s indoor areas include the kitchen-galley, a saloon and dining area equipped with a large table with a u-shaped sofa and chairs, and a large TV and DVD player. There is also an alfresco dining area on the deck and plenty of open-air lounging areas to sunbathe or relax in the shade of a full awning.
Dallinghoo’s professional, knowledgeable crew of six includes a captain, cruise director and a private onboard chef. An expert in both western and Asian cuisine, she serves up delicious fusion dishes and barbequed delights using produce sourced from the local markets, as well as freshly caught fish and seafood, to fuel your adventures and delight your tastebuds. A dive master and a masseuse are available on request to ensure the highest possible level of service.
For Your Pleasure
The Dallinghoo Yacht is jam-packed with water toys that you’ll be free to use, including a powerful RIB that will transport you to white sand beaches, four kayaks, two stand-up paddle boards, and much more. For sailing enthusiasts, there’s a vintage gaff-rigged sailing dinghy on board, which has been lovingly restored and offers a peaceful way of exploring the bays and lagoons in which Dallinghoo anchors. There is also fishing gear, eight sets of scuba diving gear for certified divers, and two petrol driven portable diving air compressors.
From November to April, Dallinghoo is available for charter around Phuket in Thailand and Langkawi in Malaysia. Sometimes the Myanmar Mergui Archipelago and India’s remote Andaman Islands are also options. From May until October, Dallinghoo cruises Borneo, Tioman Island in Malaysia, and the pristine and breathtakingly beautiful Anambas Islands of Indonesia, which are still so secluded that sailing here is like Paradise Found.
Suites & Cabins
There are two deluxe cabins on board Dallinghoo, a 'VIP' cabin that lies on the starboard side of the main saloon which has a double bed and 32″ LG bulkhead mounted Smart TV and two slightly smaller forward cabins.
All come with ensuite facilities including a shower, toilet, and washbasin, ample storage space, and 220V power points along with USB charging points to fit all modern phones, laptops, and cameras.
The more spacious than its counterparts, the Master cabin spans the full beam of Dallinghoo Yacht’s aft section and is fitted with a double bed, seating area, a 32″ LG Smart TV, storage space, and an ensuite bathroom with a shower, toilet and washbasin.
Twin cabin forward with upper and lower bunks en-suite WC, hand basin, and shower. Also, extra 220V power points along with USB charging points to fit all modern phones, laptops, and cameras.