DANAH VOYAGER, the 91-metre expedition yacht project that has been spotted for the first time a few days ago (see article) after works have started on her conversion in 2015. Today’s photos show the yacht being towed from Dania Cut shipyard in Florida to a dry dock, very likely at Tampa Shipyards in Tampa, for completion.
With impressive deck areas and volume, DANAH VOYAGER was originally built by Swiftships in 1997 as M/Y HOS TRADER. Her conversion design was envisioned by Rafael Ochoa and is being carried out by Kiriloff & Associates, who are also responsible for her naval architecture.
Some of the standout features of this yacht include a helipad, a spa room, dive centre as well as great storage for tenders and water toys. She will also boast an elevator/lift by Lift Emotion that will connect all guest floors.
The accommodation layout is unknown at this stage, however, she is expected to have very-high standard deluxe staterooms with ensuite bathrooms, as well as numerous entertainment areas.