Expedition Motor Vessel Togo
Step aboard M/V Togo a classic expedition vessel.
Togo is a 102ft /31m motor yacht, custom built in 1965 by legendary Dunston Shipyard and last refitted in 2018. Originally built as North Sea trawler she was converted into Lloyd’s safety vessel in 1980s, then into a Yacht with extensive refit 2012 and upgraded to expedition yacht in 2018.
Togo has a well-appointed galley and mess room, elegant and comfortable mahogany paneled salon with bar and kitchenette. Her deck areas are spacious with semi-enclosed sides. She is a sturdy vessel with elegant sheer, sails with abundant intimacy from the bygone era of tramp steamers.
Comfortable accommodation in twin cabins and double cabins with private shower and w/c (mostly en-suite)
Small group size of 12 guests ensures an intimate experience
- Equipped with 2 x zodiacs for shore landings
Large deck space for photography
Large saloon with bar. Located at the front of the vessel there are large windows for enjoying the view in the warm.
Ice-strengthened hull for travel in the polar regions
Full safety gear
Expedition vessel Togo has 4 tastefully decorated en-suite cabins (3 x twins and 1 x double). Each cabin features wood panelling, comfortable beds, and an ensuite WC and shower. There is one twin with shared facilities on the main deck and 2 singles with shared facilities on the lower deck.
Cabin 4 – Double with Ensuite
A comfortable cabin that sleeps 2 in a double bed with an en-suite toilet and shower situated on the lower deck.
Cabins 1,2,3 – Twin with Ensuite
Comfortable cabins that sleep 2 in 2 single beds with an en-suite toilet and shower situated on the lower deck.
Cabin 7 – Twin with Shared Facilities
A twin cabin that sleeps 2 in 2 single beds with a shared toilet and shower situated directly opposite the cabin on the upper deck.
Cabins 5 and 6 – Single with Shared Facilities
2 x single cabins on the lower deck with a shared toilet and shower accessed via a staircase on the deck above.
Expedition Vessel Togo is also available for private expeditions and charters. To find out more please visit here.