Following a four-year conversion, 91.4m/299ft support yacht VOYAGER has emerged as expedition yacht DANAH VOYAGER, boasting more than six decks with a helipad, spa room, dive centre and extensive storage for tenders and water toys.
Currently docked at Dania Cut, Florida where her work is being carried out, she is expected to be completed later this year and will become the largest conversion of a private yacht anywhere in the United States. Originally built by Swiftships in 1997 as M/Y HOS TRADER, her conversion design was imagined by Rafael Ochoa and the project is being carried out by Kirilloff & Associates who also created her naval architecture.
The work has seen the support vessel extended from 61m/200ft to her current size, with a change in the bow design as well as the addition of more superstructures. Another feature on board is her lift (elevator) from Lift Emotion that provides access to all guest floors.
Guest accommodation layout and crew complement are currently unknown, however, there are several galleys, pantries and media rooms on board for entertaining large groups on extended journeys.
The yacht will be towed to a substantial shipyard for completion as it needs to be dry docked. Potential Shipyards include Tampa Shipyards in Tampa which is owned by Chouest.
Photos credit to Dorie Cox at www.the-triton.com