The Las Sirenas sailboat is a 46' Polynesian Catamaran built by two ship builders in Victoria, Canada in 1978, with the classic Polynesian design by James Wharram. She is well built and structurally sound for Ocean Cruising. She is 46 feet long and 20 feet wide and has 4 double and 2 single cabins, 2 heads, salon, galley with a propane stove, two propane tanks, large built in icebox and a pilot house with single bench bed. Our sailboat is registered in Guatemala as a tour-operating vessel and has been providing adventurous sailing tours in Guatemala and Belize. She is also captained by a Guatemalan Captain and Crew. She is also documented in the USA. She is always maintained in good condition. August 2016 haul out with repairs, new rigging, and new bottom paint.
Main Engine 2016 Honda 50hp extralong shaft, Back up engine 25hp Yamaha, 10.5’ West Marine dingy, two 5hp Yamaha's, Honda 650 generator, Yamaha 1000 generator, VHF, Garmin Marine handheld GPS, 10’ West Marine dingy, two paddle boards with paddles, two deep sea fishing rods and reels, life jackets & snorkel gear for 15 people.
Year: 1978 James Wharram Oro
Location: Rio Dulce, Guatemala
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