MAN WAH, 48 ft “bijoux” junk

18 guests 

HKD 8,000 per day

Port: Aberdeen

Presentation:  Man Wah is a lovely teak junk built in 1980 by the highly reputed Wing Shing shipyard. After having belonged to a prestigious Hong Kong hotel for several decades, it was purchased by a passionate boat antiquarian determined to preserve and enhance its exceptional charm. Man Wah‘s multiple decks provide plenty of options for  enjoyment and relaxation; she will sit 18 people comfortably, inside and outside, in six separate sitting areas, two indoors and four outdoors. The main cabin, which hosts a double bed, is fitted with carved teak panels, a comfortable shower room and separate head. The forward quarter hosts a fully equipped galley, with gas oven stove and a large refrigerator, an extra head and a small salon. The aft deck’s U-shaped will accomodate 12 guests around a large table and bar. The flybrige is divided into two distinct sitting areas, the aftmost benefiting from a foldable bimini. The foredeck is also divided in two, with comfortable bean bags scattered all around.

Price: $8,000 for an 8-hour charter, including ice, soft drinks and beer, fuel and professional crew of two.

For more information, bookings catering options, call Stella on 5578 0351.

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