QUEEN SOUTH III
QUEEN SOUTH III
Luxury motor sailor QUEEN SOUTH III was designed by Cahin Marine of Tulza Turkey and measures 35.9m (118ft). Sailing yacht QUEEN SOUTH III was launched in 1999 and has been meticulously maintained and updated. In 2013 the yacht received an extensive refit by renowned Rybovich Spencer and Hinckley Shipyard. Crewed charter yacht QUEEN SOUTH III offers 4 en-suite cabins for up to 8 guests and is available for deluxe charters in the Caribbean.
Sailing yacht QUEEN SOUTH III has well-appointed interior, featuring high quality wood finishes from Viareggio Italy. The salon is raised, allowing the large surrounding windows to enhance the elegant décor. To port is a large sofa and formal dining table, while on starboard, a full entertainment center is perfect for enjoying a relaxing movie.
S/Y QUEEN SOUTH III boasts ample teak decks for optimum exterior living. The aft deck is generous and offers a shaded alfresco dining area, with built in seating. Drop down soft windows make the space multi-functional in any weather. Further aft, an open deck area is ideal for entertaining. The after most part of the main deck features 2 raised sunpads, on an extended transom. QUEEN SOUTH III has a beam of 7.3m (24ft), her side decks boast easy access to the foredeck and raised cabin house with plenty of comfortable sunpads.
Crewed charter yacht QUEEN SOUTH III is powered by 2 x MTU 350hp engines, reaching speeds of up to 10 knots. The yacht is a traditional ketch rig; she is a blue water sailor, with a deep keel measuring 3.2m (10.8ft).
The QUEEN SOUTH III sailing yacht accommodates 8 charter guests in 4 cabins. She offers 1 master stateroom, 1 VIP cabin and 2 guest cabins for up to 8 guests. All cabins have en-suite facilities and air conditioning. The master stateroom is full beam of the yacht aft, featuring a walk around queen size bed, sofa, vanity and en-suite with deluxe spa bath. The VIP cabin is forward and full beam of the yacht, with a walk around queen size bed and shower facilities. Two guest cabins are on port and starboard, with lower single beds, both with shower facilities.