90 Foot Trimaran (65 tons)… for cruising, partying, wedding ceremonies… and kidds adventure around Singapore.

Having seen the pics first time I thought “making the impossible possible“. Trimaran LongRanger is a multi functional platform, for cruising, beaching, partying, restaurant (dinner + dance), corporate events, wedding ceremonies, as film boat (movies), for photo shootings, golf trips and sail education (details see official website).

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The concept of Captain Warren Blake who lives since the midth of 90th in the South East Asian region:

(1) take a 90 foot trimaran (built 2009 in New Zealand) and
(2) start a business in Singapore

…with cruising tours to Mapur Island, Pulau Aur, The Leeward Isles (booking here):

  • Mapur Island: The closest paradise to Singapore – sail 7 hours across the azure sea after Indonesian formalities at Nongsa Point. Mapur Island
  • Pulau Aur – 3 day trip: this can be done in two and a half days with a bit of a rush. This is truly a beautiful place with lots to do.
  • The Leeward Isles 5 – 7 day trip: This magical little archipelago, completely uninhabited, is truly the captain’s favourite island group in all the tropic seas…and he has seen hundreds!

The specifications of this boat are impressive:  90 feet long, 35 feet beam, displacement 65 tonnes, average speed: 10 knots, capacities for day sailing: 37 people, harbour: 55 people and over night: 18 people in air conditioned comfort under deck with 6 bathrooms and 4 cabins. (Source of pics: WLY – White Label Yachtcharters (Singapore))

… not to forget: kajaking, paddling and pirates adventure for kidds. 🙂

Trimaran LongRanger on the Film set…

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