10 Places You Can See on Sherakhan

The 228-foot superyacht is now accepting charter inquiries for her 2014 world cruise.

August 2, 2013

Sherakhan 2014 world cruise

The 228-foot superyacht Sherakhan is planning a 2014 circumnavigation with charters available worldwide. Courtesy YCO Yacht

Our September issue includes a look at the 228-foot superyacht Sherakhan, which is preparing for a world cruise that will begin this winter. The owner has suggested a list of popular charter locations where Sherakhan will be available—and where you can book a week onboard for 26 guests starting at a daily base rate of €55,000.

Here are 10 of our favorite options, all of which Sherakhan is scheduled to visit:

• Patagonia, which was named by Magellan (for natives that his crew thought were giants).


• Antarctica, which is twice the size of Australia and almost entirely covered in ice.

• Durban, a South African city that is home to the Natal Sharks rugby team and 56,000-seat stadium.

• Mahajanga, a seaport in Madagascar where the weather is virtually rain-free for about eight months each year.


• Myanmar, which is the world’s second-largest producer of opium.

• Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia and home to the world’s largest twin buildings, the 1,483-foot-tall Petronas Towers.

• Brunei, where alcohol is banned except for non-Muslims, who can bring their own to drink.


• Irian Jaya, also known as Papua, which includes Grasberg — the world’s largest gold mine.

• Fiji, which has more than 800 islands and islets sprawled across more than 7,000 square miles.

• Galapagos, where you can see lots of boobies.


Learn more about Sherakhan‘s upcoming world charter options by clicking here.


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