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Marina and Technical Areas


Guests can access the beach club via the aft lobby or down the stairs from the main deck. Innovative at the time, the beach club combines wellness, fitness, entertainment and diving in an elegant minimalist setting. 

The beach club covers a large area around the swimming pool and has “marina” doors folding down to the water port and starboard. 

A large hot tub faces aft and offers views over the water when the transom door is open. There is a full pantry and bar on the port side. The entire beach club has teak decking to ensure visual continuity between the inside and outside areas.   

The beach club is outfitted for diving: on the starboard side there is a Nitrox compressor and a large dive store. There is also a sauna, shower and WC.  

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Crew Area

Service Area

Guest Area

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TATOOSH carries six tenders plus four sit-down SEA Doos. The 7.4m (24’) Safeboat RIB and the 7.0m (21’) Pascoe RibTec are located on the bow with the SOLAS approved rescue boat. They are launched using the Cramm hydraulic deck crane. 


'Chase', the 12m (43’) custom Hinckley Talaria and ‘Julia’ the 12m (43’) Frers racing yacht built by Composite Works, are positioned port and starboard on the boat deck. The forward and aft davits are rated to 7.5 tons and 10 tons respectively. 

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The Maine-based Hinckley Company has been in business since 1928. The first Picnic Boat was launched in 1995 and quickly became a classic, redefining the standard of beauty and innovation on the water. The Hinckley 43’ Talaria is a more versatile development of the smaller picnic boat.  

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Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering was set up by Germán Frers Sr. in Buenos Aires in 1925. His son, Germán, took charge in 1970 after training with Olin and Rod Stephens in New York. Almost 2000 designs have been produced to date and Frers yachts have won every major trophy around the world. Composite Works, now MB92 La Ciotat, is a French builder, specializing in hi tech, lightweight performance sailing yachts.  

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Marina and Technical Areas


TATOOSH has excellent technical spaces and crew quarters. There are accommodations for the Captain plus 30 crew.  The cabin deck houses most of the crew accommodations as well as the galley and the chef’s office, a large crew mess, the crew lounge, the crew gym and the laundry.

The Captain and the first officer’s quarters are on the bridge deck and, in addition to the eight cabins on the cabin deck, there are three crew cabins on the lower deck along with another crew mess. All crew cabins have en suite bathrooms. 

The upper engine room and engine control room are amidships. The engines are located on the lower deck which includes technical and storage spaces including a large walk-in freezer, cold storage and bonded storage locker. The engine room is spacious and the layout efficient with good access, flow and space for maintenance. 

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Crew Area

Service Area





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Crew mess



TATOOSH is powered by two slow turning DEUTZ-MWM diesel engines. She can reach 16 knots and cruises at 12.5 knots with an almost 7,000nm mile range.  


Her slow turning Deutz engines were installed on account of their straight-forward and proven engine design which ensures high reliabilit, long engine life and extra-long TBO’s. Maintenance work is required only after many operating hours and can be done quickly without extended downtime. Low fuel consumption makes for low operating costs and low exhaust emissions make for a cleaner environment. In addition, each of the 3 x main generators has a Unikat catalytic convertor for clean exhaust gas out through the funnel stacks.



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