Built in Singapore in 1953 Marie G has recently been fully and lovingly restored as a 1920's style gentleman’s cruiser and is ideal as a charter boat on the stunning waters and islands that surround Phuket.
Marie G, formerly known as Margaret Lee, is a beautiful wooden cruising yacht and currently operates as a one of a kind charter vessel to enjoy the islands that surround Phuket. Daytrips, sundowners and extended cruises for groups of up to 20 people can be accommodated in classic style on this unique Gentleman’s Yacht which has been completely rebuilt in the style developed during the early part of the last century. Her foredeck is ideal for sun bathing and the coach roof has a full size mattress for lounging. There is a covered flying deck with seating for up to 4 people and the fully covered Aft Deck has been configured for relaxing, dining and partying with sofa seating for 12 people and a guest toilet behind the galley. Below deck is a large air conditioned cabin with a double and two single berths and a second toilet and shower. This is the ideal vessel for charter as a business or for the exclusive use of hotel guests in a five star resort.
Marie G has been operating as a luxury charter vessel in Phuket for over 20 years. She could continue in this role for a company or major hotel or as a private vessel for someone who wants something unique.
Year Built, 1953 in Singapore
Current price, USD 250,000
Lying Phuket, Thai charter registered
Hull material, Wood
7kva generator and air conditioning
Engines, 2 x 375hp turbo diesel
Length, 19.2 m, beam, 4.9 m, draft 2.5 m
Cruising speed, 12 knots; Max, 16 knots
1 cabin, 4 berths, guests 16, crew 3
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Fresh Water Tanks: (1000 Litres)
Fuel Tanks: (1000 Litres)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 1
Number of bathrooms: 2
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.