About the Cuan Law Cuan Law is a 105-foot trimaran with a modern two-masted schooner rig standing over 100 feet tall, and spreading over 5,000 square feet of sail. She is the largest sailing trimaran in the world, and unlike any other large yacht you've ever encountered. She was custom designed for luxury sailing by owner/designer Duncan Muirhead in 1988. Her size and triple-hull design provide wonderful stability at anchor and underway. She provides a base for all kinds of water activities including Hobie cats, kayaks and scuba diving. Sailing from one perfect spot to another, Cuan Law offers lots of activities, on the water, in the water, under the water, and on land. Or just relax and do absolutely nothing! The British Virgin Islands is one of the worlds finest sailing destinations. Cuan Law was designed specifically for the BVI. Sails are set flying whenever the wind is right.
The accommodations aboard Cuan Law are spacious and comfortable. There are ten double staterooms each with a private bath and each which may be set up with a double bed or side by side twin beds. All her cabins and interior spaces are air conditioned. You've got plenty of walking around space. The spacious sun deck is directly above the lounge area. You'll find the perfect spot here for sunbathing. Sun pads are provided for each guest. Three comfortable hammocks on deck provide comfortable places to settle in to enjoy the ocean breezes. At sunset, Cuan Law's deck is the most popular place on the boat.
The Cuan Law at a Glance
Berths: 10 cabins, 20 berths Crew: 7 Length:105 Ft Beam:44 Ft Draft:Ft
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