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PACIFIC YELLOWFIN

PACIFIC YELLOWFIN

Billings Shipyard • 1943 • 34.7m

Guests12

Guests

Cabins4

Cabins

Crew5

Crew


From

$108,000/ week

Main Salon. Country Kitchen in the far end.Aft Deck Dining and Seating. Can be fully enclosed.Master Stateroom with Queen Bed on Main Deck.VIP Stateroom with Queen Bed on Upper Deck.VIP Stateroom - Photo #2Stateroom 3: Queen Bed shown (+ 2 Single Beds)Stateroom 4: Double Bed + Pullman Single Bed on left.Wheelhouse with guest seatingSea LionsSlide and floating islandTubing in the warm waters of Desolation Sound.Orca WhalesBald EagleHumpback WhalePacific White-Sided Dolphins

The luxury super yacht PACIFIC YELLOWFIN offers accommodation for 12 guests in 4 cabins consisting of a master located on the deck with a queen size bed and a single bed and bathroom facilities including a shower and lavatory. Further guest accommodation is also available in another 3 cabins.

PACIFIC YELLOWFIN also accommodates up to 5 crew on-board to ensure you have a relaxed luxurious charter experience and all of your needs are catered for while on board.

The specifications on board the beautifully built 114 ft / 34.7 m Billings Shipyard launched in 1943 include an extensive list of amenities and toys.

While chartering in Canada the luxury super yacht PACIFIC YELLOWFIN and her crew of 5 will be sure to satisfy all of your needs and make sure you enjoy your experience.

Locations

Features

BBQ

Bicycles multiple

Fishing gear - heavy

Fishing gear - light

Jacuzzi on deck

Owner operator

Scooters

Special diets

Plan

Crew

Colin Griffinson

Captain

Birthplace: Dublin, Ireland As the Captain and co-owner of the Pacific Yellowfin with his wife, Colin delivers unique luxurious private yacht cruises along the BC coast. As a long-time sufferer of “wooden boat disease”, his love of the water started in childhood in Dublin’s busy DunLaoighre Harbour. From his early experience on fishing trawlers in the North and Irish seas to his first boat, a 72-foot seiner, his passion for boats has spanned more than five decades. Colin has cruised the BC coast for more than twenty years and his love of the sea and interest in people make him incredibly knowledgeable of all fishing hot spots, beautiful hikes and secret waterfalls. Numerous guests have commented on Colin’s sense of humor and storytelling abilities, with “kids” of all ages enjoying his tales. His mastery over Pacific Yellowfin makes our guests feel utterly safe. When he’s not working in his Vancouver-based painting and decorating company, Colin can often be found tinkering aboard the Pacific Yellowfin, having a Guinness or our own Pacific Yellowfin Ale.

Meet Nik, our Chief Deckhand and Wilderness Guide, extraordinaire. Born in rural New Jersey, Nik grew up on the banks of the beautiful Niagara River where his love of nature began. Completing his degree in Environmental Studies at York University in Toronto, he then continued his tourism and outdoor recreation program in Sooke, BC. Nik has worked in the coastal waters of BC for the last 4 years as a wilderness guide, kayak guide and deckhand. Along with a great sense of humour and an all-day smile, he comes fully certified to take care of you, safely and enjoyably through interpretation by land and sea. An absolute treat to be around, and will keep you smiling throughout your whole journey.

Birthplace: Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada Meet Ben, our charismatic Red Seal Chef, Sommelier and local Island boy. Growing up on Salt Spring Island on the coast of BC, Ben has always been surrounded by the ocean, farms and amazing wildlife. These three things have influenced all aspects of his life, from becoming a Chef to traveling the world. Having spent over 10 years in the restaurant and catering businesses, Ben has found his niche at Pacific Yellowfin to indulge his local, farm-to-table passions.

Specification

  • Yacht name

    PACIFIC YELLOWFIN

  • Length

    34.7m / 114ft

  • Beam

    9.1m / 29'10

  • Draft

    3.7m / 12'2

  • Speed (cruising)

    18kph / 9.7kn

  • Speed (max)

    18.5kph / 10kn

  • Fuel consumption (cruising)

    151.4lph / 40gph

  • Fuel consumption (max)

    151.4lph / 40gph

  • Range (cruising)

    7408km / 4000nm

  • Range (max)

    7408km / 4000nm

  • Engine

    Original Atlas Imperial

  • Hull

    Monohull

  • Flag

    Canada

  • Launched

    1943

  • Builder

    Billings Shipyard

  • Designer

    H. C. Hansen

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