Pacific Yellowfin

114ft / 34.75m  |  Billings Shipyard of Maine  |  1943
12
Guests
4
Starerooms
5
Crew

Built as a coastal freighter for the US Army during World War II, this classic wooden yacht has led an exciting life with stints ranging from spy ship to research vessel to houseboat. Yacht Pacific Yellowfin was painstakingly refit in 2003 and now boasts all the amenities of a luxury expedition yacht while retaining her unique character.

Discover the cozy warmth of gleaming teak, mahogany, and oak in traditional design. Indigenous Pacific Northwest Douglas Fir forms the table in the main salon where guests can recount their daily adventures with friends and family over a glass of wine. Pacific Yellowfin blends seamlessly with its natural environs as she incorporates all elements of West Coast culture in her presentation and services.

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Tenders & Water Toys

  • 27ft Weldcraft Ocean King / 300hp
  • 22ft  8 person Runabout / 150 hp
  • 24ft beach landing craft / 115 hp
  • 40′ Inflatable Slide
  • 7 Kayaks (5 one-person, 2 two-person)
  • 5 Paddle Boards
  • 3 Pairs of Waterskis
  • 3 Wake Boards
  • 2 Inflatable Trampolines
  • 5 Inflatable Tubes
  • Snorkel Gear
  • Water guns
  • Fishing Gear
  • 7 Mountain Bikes
  • 7 Honda Ruckus’ Motor Bikes

Boat Specifications

BuilerBillings Shipyard of Maine
Year Built1943
Refit2003
Length114ft / 34.75m
Beam30ft / 9.14m
Draft12ft / 3.66m