2009 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) S/Y Kaisso Kaia.
DIRECT WITH OWNER
The ultimate cruising experience aboard one of the most beautiful traditional Indonesian teak wooden yachts.
This beautiful 63 feet, traditional wooden ketch called a Phinisi, built of teak, ironwood and bangkirai in the island of Pulau Bonerate, southern Sulawesi, Indonesia in 1999 by the konjo boatbuilders has been thoroughly renovated in 2006 in the Ratanachai shipyard in the island of Phuket, Thailand. She was recently refitted through out. Ironwood and teak was replaced where needed, and the interior was stripped down. She is set with every comfort and equipment to be used as a day charter boat in Thailand.
This 1999 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) is spacious and comfortable above and below deck. Kaisso Kaia with an overall length (LOA) of 65 feet and a beam of 15 feet is fully charter licensed up to 30 people and can comfortably accommodate 12 guests in style and luxury.
The 1999 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) offers a full Bimini top aft deck for a sheltered dining salon. Sun lovers will appreciate the large sunbed mid-ship to work on a tan.
On the stern of the 1999 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) is a full beam swim platform with a well designed ladder. You'll also find a fresh water shower head.
The Interior of this 1999 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) has plenty of headroom and space for moving around comfortably. The boat is well equipped with the latest in entertainment electronics.
When it comes to sleeping arrangements, the 1999 Phinisi Traditional Ketch 63 (Wood) can accommodate up to 5 with 2 double beds and a single bunk. Bathroom with a toilet and en suite shower.
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