SHAMROCK 60 is the brainchild of legendary English shipyard
A new concept from the legendary shipyard Camper & Nicholson (UK) — model Shamrock 60. The ship is named after famous yachts J-class, which has participated in multiple races of the America’s Cup, and whose owner is an avid yachtsman and tea magnate in combination — Sir Thomas Johnstone Lipton.
Shamrock 60 is considered a worthy representative of the lobster cruisers. Close the spacious cockpit has two large sofas, l-shaped, and two tables with telescopic legs. The sun deck at the bow also boasts an impressive sanpad. The main deck comes with a wheelhouse, galley and two dinette with soft sofas. The lower deck comprises of 3 cabins, each with EN Suite bathrooms. There is a tender garage, a place for which was found under the aft deck.
Accommodation on Board: a double bed in the master Suite, twin beds in 2 guest cabins, crew cabin located in the bow.
Maximum speed — 33 knots and cruising speed 29 knots — is achieved by two motors of 1000 horsepower each.