Shenandoah is a 55.10m (108’9″ft) sail yacht built by Townsend & Downey and launched in 1902. This luxury vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of Theodore E. Ferris. The yacht’s interior has been designed by Terence Disdale.
This luxury yacht has a steel hull with a wood superstructure, a beam of 7.98m (26’2″ft) and a 4.70 (15’5″ft) draft.
Shenandoah offers accommodation for up to 10 guests. She is also capable of carrying up to 14 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. She combines all the attributes that make a yacht great – beauty, comfort, speed, and of course an excellent pedigree.
After the chequered history that so many of her sisters have also lived through, SHENANDOAH is now enjoying the finest days in her long life, with an excellent owner, captain and crew looking after her every need. Following several refits over the last 15 years, she is now in a condition which will enable her to go on into the next century as gracefully as she entered this one, with many more long and exciting voyages ahead. Her fine and sea kindly hull has already graced the waters of the Pacific, the Antarctic, the North Atlantic, and many more, and now it is time for a new custodian to take the helm.