Dallinghoo is a beautifully restored traditional gaff-rigged topsail schooner. Dallinghoo was designed by Dudley Dix in the 1990's, the largest of Dudley Dix Yacht Design's Hout Bay range, this 30.2m yacht was originally named Spirit of Malverne and was built by a passionate yachtsman and wine maker. In 2016, Dallinghoo underwent an extensive refit, carried out by Sydney Harbour Boatbuilders Yangon, in Myanmar. The hull was lengthened aft to form a counter stern and the newly created, large aft deck provides a comfortable area for lounging and outdoor dining. At that time, the interior was also completely gutted and refitted and now incorporates all the contemporary comforts one could desire. The new and nautical interior of Dallinghoo combines light painted wood with varnished teak panelling and hardwood trim, and the floors are of varnished hardwood throughout. Dallinghoo's salon has a large table with a u-shaped sofa and chairs, well suited to more formal dining and the salon, as well as the cabins, are fully air-conditioned. Dallinghoo's four en-suite cabins can accommodate up to eight guests. Her layout features a master stateroom aft with a double bed, seating area and storage space; a double cabin amidships; and forward, another double and a twin cabin with upper and lower bunk. Dallinghoo offers a variety of toys and tenders for your enjoyment including a 3.9m RIB, kayaks, 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 there's also scuba diving gear for certified divers. From November through to May, Dallinghoo is available for charter in Phuket (Thailand), laid-back Langkawi (Malaysia), the Myanmar Mergui Archipelago and India's remote Andaman Islands. From May until October, Dallinghoo cruises Borneo, Tioman Island (Malaysia) and the unspoiled Anambas Islands of Indonesia. Her base is in Singapore. Main Features: Excellent sailing performance All contemporary comforts Large deck space with both sun and shade Al fresco dining on the aft deck Completely refitted in 2016