Sherakhan’s authentic and distinct lines ensure she turns heads wherever she goes. Built in 1965, she was converted into a luxury yacht in 2005 and underwent a major refit in 2014. With an incredible amount of on board space she is able to host large groups of up to 26 guests in 13 staterooms. The yacht has been designed with families in mind, making her ideal for groups including children. A seaworthy expedition yacht capable of taking you anywhere in the world, Sherakhan has proven her credentials as a popular charter yacht with an incredibly adventurous past itinerary. Her highly stable hull, paired with stabilisers, ensures that guests can enjoy the highest levels of comfort when cruising.
Sherakhan’s interior is highly unique, characterized by individual spaces including themed staterooms, each with its own personality and flair. Featuring a master suite, eight doubles and four twins, all staterooms have been designed to be extremely spacious. The master suite includes its own private owner’s deck, separate study that can convert into an additional cabin and a Jacuzzi in the bedroom. Communal spaces include large salons and lounges, a fully equipped gym, spa and themed massage room, with each again boasting their own individual style and drawing on a range of beautiful and opulent materials.
Memorable dining experiences are at the heart of life on board Sherakhan with dining set ups both inside and out, ensuring ample choice for both formal dinners and relaxed al fresco dining alike. As with the interior, exterior spaces have been maximised and there are multiple options for guests to make use of, from the many sun loungers and sun pads to an 18-person Jacuzzi. An exciting range of toys and tenders ensure guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to on-water activities, with her inventory including jet skis, laser dinghies, a floating trampoline, fishing equipment, kayaks and more.
This incredible World explorer can travel up to 3500 nm at 11 knots consuming 400 liters per hour.
Dining under the stars for up to 26 guests at this oversized dining table with open atrium nearly 6 meters high with natural light coming in above from the glass bottom pool.
Accommodating up to 26 guests in 13 well appointed and uniquely designed staterooms.
Mark Elliott was born in Miami, and quickly developed a passion for sailing. At 18, he delivered a 48’ Grand Banks from Miami to Alaska and subsequently earned his Captain’s license. At 24, he met Bernie Little and went on to Captain and manage the most successful fleet of charter yachts afloat for 18 years. As General Manager of Florida Yacht Basin he developed the shipyard into the largest megayacht paint and repair facility on the East Coast. Next, Mark took over the Allied Marine Shipyard, a Hatteras, Azimut and Benetti dealership with over $30 million in inventory and 110 employees. With over 20 years of running and managing yachts, Mark turned his attention to selling and marketing them with IYC. His insight, experience and advice are some of the most valuable in the industry, and part of what makes IYC an ideal yacht consultancy.