M/V Shangri-La


Shan·gri-la (shăng'grĭ-lä') n. 1.) A distant and secluded hideaway, usually of great beauty and peacefulness; 2.) A “Shangri-La,” by extension, is an ideal refuge from the troubles of the world; 3.) Any place of complete bliss and delight and peace.


Vintage Yacht Cruises
1960 35' Chris-Craft Roamer Riviera Deluxe 6S
Hull # ROX35-418 - USCG Documentation NO. 1256241 - Oconto, Wisconsin

Go back in time when cruising aboard fine Chris-Craft yachts like the Shangri-La was at it's peak. The Shangri-La may be available in 2017 for private excursions, sunset cruises, weddings,etc. for guest of Cap'n Kenny.

The Shangri-La is constantly being upgraded with up-to-date electronics for safety and comfort but has kept it's sleek stylish lines of the yachts of bygone years. She has been upgraded with state-of-the-art navigation and satellite entertainment. The powerplants his been repowered from the old Chris-Craft 283 185 hp engines with twin inboard MerCruiser 7.4L BlueWater engines with Thunderbolt IV ignition rated @ 340 hp each. Cruise speed is 18 kts (22 MPH) with a top speed of 25 kts (30 MPH).

The Shangri-La is not available for bareboat charter.

USS Shangri-La (CV-38)

The Shangri-La was named after the US Navy aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La (CV-38, CVA-38, CVS-38) by former owner Frank Welti. Frank served on the USS Shangri-La in the 1950s. She is documented by the US Coast Guard as a Merchant Vessel of the United States with a Coastwise Unrestricted Trade Endorsement with the primary service as a Passenger Vessel (6 or fewer). Documented Tonnage: 19 Gross Registered Tons, 15 Net Registered Tons.




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