20m / 3 cabins / 7 guests / 4 crew
L’Orientale is a vintage motor yacht designed by American naval architect Charles Wittholz and built in 1978 in Hong Kong.
Her classic and elegant hull lines are inspired by Dutch pleasure trawlers, a class known for its reliability and comfort.
L’Orientale was fully refitted and upgraded with modern amenities in 2018, offering a timeless escape at sea.
L’Orientale accommodates up to seven guests in her three air-conditioned en-suite cabins. There is a full beam master with a queen-size bed, as well as a twin and a triple cabin.
L’Orientale’s classic interiors display refined woodwork throughout. Inside, there is a large interior saloon and lounge area, while an aft outdoor dining area invites al fresco meals and a small lounge built in the fly bridge is perfect for relaxing outside, protected from the sun by a bimini.
L’Orientale’s Thai crew include a stewardess and a chef who will cater a luxurious home-style cuisine blending Thai and Mediterranean influences.
L’Orientale is a unique option in the Andaman Sea; a yacht with style and history, and no compromise on comfort.
|Length||20.16 m (66 ft)|
|Beam||5.50 m (18 ft)|
|Draft||1.60 m (5 ft)|
|Cruising speed||8 knots|
|Max speed||12 knots|