Yatch CQ
The Yatch

Yatch CQ

“CQ” is 50ft long, custom built in epoxy, very light, strong and extremely fast under sail.
With twin Yanmar 40hp diesels fitted in separate engine rooms she is just as powerful under motor. She is currently based between Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia Islands.

Safety Equipment

Safety Equipment

“CQ” is SUMATRA certified to carry 46 passengers on day trips or 6 guests on extended charters.
All modern electronics and Safety gear are standard as per SAMSA Category 1 Offshore requirements.

Accommodation

Accomodation

Each hull contains two spacious double cabins of which three are ensuite. The cabins have a light airy interior, ample deck and side hatches as well as Hella fans for ventilation. There is plenty of storage and hanging space with cherrywood trim throughout.

Galley

Galley

She has a fully fitted galley equipped with two large stainless steel, Isotherm fridges, marine, Smev stove and oven combination.

Double sinks, Wilson stainless steel cutlery and matching melamine crockery for eight guests.

Cockpit

Cockpit

The huge canopy covered cockpit provides a safe area for relaxing and can comfortably accommodate all guests on board in the event of inclement weather.

Spacious foredecks

Spacious foredecks

The two forward trampolines and jump seats provides a great place from which to view the stunning island scenery or just relax with good friends.

Between the trampolines she has a drop down aluminum boarding ladder for easy on and off beach access.

Activities

Activities

Each charter is tailored to suit the needs of the individual parties, whether it be a laid back inter island exploration, a hard core fishing adventure, kayaking or snorkeling and diving on some spectacular reefs.

Fishing

Fishing

The waters around Pemba and Zanzibar Islands offer good opportunities for a variety of top water game fish whilst Latham and Mafia Islands are renowned for huge Dogtooth Tuna.

Kayaking

Kayaking

Kayaking is a great way to explore out of the way places where the water can get a bit shallow for even the on board Tender to venture.

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