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Crewed charter yacht DARK SHADOW




Yacht DARK SHADOW

Wally yacht DARK SHADOW is a 30 m (100ft) high-performance cruising yacht that is instantly recognizable with her sleek lines and her pure, contemporary design. This makes her one of the most sought after yachts on the regatta circuit with her impressive racing pedigree and Wally credentials. However, DARK SHADOW is just as capable being the ideal charter for a family holiday, she easily converts into a comfortable and relaxing cruising yacht suitable for relaxed cruising. This flexibility, matched with her stunning interior, has made her an extremely popular vessel for any sort of charter.

Yacht DARK SHADOW 2
Salon

Yacht DARK SHADOW 3
Dining

Main features

Builder Wally Yachts
Guests 6
Jacuzzi No
Swim platform
Length 30.45 Metres
Crew 5
Air conditioning Full
Easy boarding ladder
Cabins Total cabins: 3
Owners stateroom with queen size bed, en suite shower and WC.
Two twin cabins with ensuite shower and WC. All recently refitted and looking excellent.
Water sports and other sports equipment tender 3.7m with 15hp
Wakeboard
Water skis
Donut
Fishing and snorkeling equipment
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Technical details

Built year 2002
Engine(s) and Generator(s) Caterpillar 3126TA , 350hp generators- Onan 22.5kw 380v
Max speed
Dinghy and outboard
Last refit 2012
Fuel consumption 12 l/h
Cruising speed 10 kn
Voltages

High season charter rate:
€45,000 per week
Low season charter rate:
€40,000 per week
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Summer sailing area:
W. Med -Naples/Sicily, W. Med -Riviera/Cors/Sard.
Winter sailing area:
W. Med -Naples/Sicily, W. Med -Riviera/Cors/Sard.

Booked charters

From To Description

Captain: David Parker - Nationality: Irish

Crew: 5


Crew:
David Parker
I have been passionate about sailing for over 20 years. My father introduced me to the sport in the late 80s when he brought me out sailing in Cork on a Fireball racing dinghy. It was terrifying and I loved it!
I was hooked! Within a year or two had my very first Mirror Dinghy which I instantly began competing in all over Ireland. I was based out of Bray Sailing Club in Wicklow just south of Dublin.
After leaving school I was very much involved in music and had a rock band based in and around Dublin. We were good but not good enough it seemed and my love for sailing lured me away from a lifestyle of rock and or roll!
From there I managed to persuade some incredibly enthusiastic gentlemen from one of the yacht clubs in Dublin to let me take their race boat single handed around Ireland in a bid to break the Around Ireland Single Handed Record.
Unfortunately I didn't quite make it but the experience was enough to further fuel my passion for being on the ocean.
Next I was offered a job running a 20 meter sailing boat based in Ireland. I jumped at the chance and loved the challenge as this was a completely different side of professional sailing and presented totally new obstacles. I ran this boat for one year and cruised the south and west coasts of Ireland extensively.
I then went to New Zealand and worked on the build of the Telefonica entry into the 2008/09 Volvo Ocean Race. The boat was cutting edge performance and on completion was one of the fastest monohull racing boats in the world.
After the build I stayed at the shipyard and was hired as Engineer on a high performance 30 meter sailing yacht. I stayed with that program for two years cruising the North Island of New Zealand before shipping the boat back to Europe where we competed in several regattas in the UK before sailing south and into the Mediterranean.
About four years after leaving Ireland I went back to Galway but this time with a Volvo 70 race boat to refit with a dream of competing in the Volvo Ocean Race.
It was not to be, never the less I got a great bunch of young sailors and friends and we managed a little European tour with the boat, this included a pretty random trip to the Frankfurt car show as the boat had been chartered by Volvo cars for the week. Anyway the logistics for that were phenomenal and I relished the challenge and the excitement of it all.
I eventually finished up on Green Dragon in Alicante and headed back to Ireland which lasted only a couple of weeks before coming to work as the Mate on Dark Shadow last season. I had a great time last year with some fantastic people and I am very much looking forward to this summer and my new role as captain.

Chef/Steward: Trina Amberger

Trina hails from Auckland, NZ and has spent her career working in the Hospitality Industry within New Zealand, Australia and Japan.
Initially training as a Chef, she later followed her desire for more one on one contact with the guest and has since worked in and managed many upmarket and award-winning bars, restaurants and hotels.

Trina has a keen interest in Old World Wines and has gained a Sommelier Qualification from the renowned Court of Master Sommeliers, her thirst for further knowledge along with her love of the water, cooking and all things European helped cement her decision for a sea-change last summer.

Trina has a healthy approach to food and loves the simple, clean flavours of Mediterranean cuisine, she is very understanding of any dietary needs or requirements you may have and looks forward to making your stay on Dark Shadow a memorable one.

First Mate: Matt

Matt has been sailing for 15 years, starting in the cold waters of the UK and more recently the warmer waters of the Caribbean, Panama and Pacific. From a young age Matt has been an adventurous individual completing numerous hiking expeditions as his passion for the outdoors grew. Aged 16 he started sailing and instantly fell in love with the sea. From there he trained every winter in England on high performance Dinghies, Catamarans and Windsurfs. For the summer of 2004/2005 he taught clients to sail on Yachts in Greece enabling them to charter boats unaided and up to 50ft in length. The following year he joined the 12 Metre Regatta crew in St Maarten as skipper of KC II, performing match races and re-living the success of the 12 Meter Class in the Americas Cup. In 2008, Matt started working on a 42m Ketch as 2nd Engineer/Deckhand. In the 2 years that he spent on board he learnt key servicing and maintenance skills and is now working hard towards a career in Yacht Engineering.

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