NORTHERN SUN

Main Characteristics

Build

Length

Beam

Draft

Gross Ton

Engine

Speed

Narasaki 1976

50.82m

9.00m

3.80m

703

2 x Yanmar

13 kts

Accommodation

Guests

Cabins

Crew

12

6

13

The167-foot (51m) NORTHERN SUN is a long-range displacement expedition vessel, previously known as the Japanese ice-class marine research vessel HOKKO MARU, launched in 1976 by the Japanese shipyard Narasaki Shipbuilding.

From 2005 to 2008, the vessel underwent a complete conversion, transforming her into a luxury superyacht.

NORTHERN SUN’s impressive leisure and entertainment facilities make her the ideal charter yacht for socializing and entertaining with family and friends. Built with steel hull and aluminum superstructure, she features an ultra-modern stabilization system to reduce roll motion effect and ensure the ultimate comfort throughout your charter vacation. NORTHERN SUN can accommodate up to 12 guests in six well-appointed staterooms, including three doubles and three twins.

Her main deck has direct access to the salon and boasts a massive partially shaded aft area, ideal for relaxing or entertaining, alfresco dining option, followed by central access steps to the extended swim platform and fabulous assortment of water toys.