Malcolm Miller is a classic elegant Sailing Yacht, built in 1967 by John Lewis and Sons in Aberdeen for use by the Sail Training Association.
In 2000, she was sold and converted to a private pleasure yacht and sailed across the Atlantic twice. In 2012 her current owner bought her and had her completely refitted.
During this refit, the deck has been completely stripped and rearranged and the layout of the vessel also redesigned in order to improve functionality.
The elegant yacht's interior layout sleeps up to 8 guests in 4 sosphisticated rooms: 3 double, 1 twin.
A spiral staircase leads to the owner’s cabin and VIP guest room. The spacious and elegant owner’s cabin offers a king size bed, a sofa, and a desk with ensuite bathroom and wardrobe.
The comfortable and spacious VIP cabin located port side the master cabin, features a king size bed, large closet, and an en suite bathroom.
Forward stairs of the deckhouse lead to a warm formal dining room, enriched by fine teak joinery and a sizeable dining table for eight to ten people. Adjacent to the dining room there is a professional and well equipped steel galley. Two additional double guest cabins are just ahead of the dining room and galley, each with a separate bathroom, one with twin beds and the other with a double bed (French Style).
Crew accommodations, located further forward, are separated by a privacy door and offer two double crew cabins with bunk beds and a captain’s cabin with a double bed.
Malcolm Miller is a breathtaking luxury sailing yacht offering sophisticated cruising comfort. Her outstanding interiors and deck arrangement demonstrate Conrad Shipyard’s world-class craftsmanship and yacht building experience. She is available for regattas and event charters.
RIB Novurania 5 m with outboard engine
Yamaha Waverunner FZS 2015 SVHO
Novurania Rib Tender
50 HP Yamaha Outboard
4 Sets Scuba Gear
2 Inflatable Kayaks
1 x Seadoo Underwater Scooter
|Type||Sailing yacht in steel|
|Shipyard||John Lewis & Sons|
Sicily, The Aeolians And Malta
Naples and the Amalfi Coast
|High Season||€ 70.000,00|
|Low Season||€ 60.000,00|
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