Year2000
Loa92.4 m
Beam14.95 m
Draft4.30 m
InteriorTerence Disdale
ExteriorKusch Yachts / NOBISKRUG
HullSteel
SuperstructureSteel / GRP
Max. speed19 knots
Cruising speed15 knots
Gross tonnage3,229

Year: 2000

Loa: 92.4 m

Beam: 14.95 m

Draft: 4.30 m

Interior: Terence Disdale

Exterior: Kusch Yachts / NOBISKRUG

Hull: Steel

Superstructure: Steel / GRP

Max. speed: 19 knots

Cruising speed: 15 knots

Gross tonnage: 3,229

Project number

756

“The Ambiance on all decks is very residential in feeling. It is hard to believe you are on a ship”

TATOOSH is one of the world’s most famous superyachts. Her size and her core qualities fascinate the yacht enthusiast and she more than lives up to her name.

The name TATOOSH has more than one meaning

It is the name of an island in the Pacific Northwest as well as the name of a prominent mountain range in Washington state. And TATOOSH is also the name of a legendary chief of the Makah tribe, a Native American people from the same area.

It is said that she is named after the chief, for they have certain attributes in common: straight, pure and powerful.

Her five decks soar into the sky …

… and she has a total length of 92.42 m and a total width of 14.95 m. When she was launched in Rendsburg in 2000 to conquer the world’s oceans, she was ranked at number twelve of the world’s longest yachts.

Below deck are many more interesting features …

… a cinema with surround sound, a swimming pool with a depth of 1.8 m, a sauna, a basketball court, a pressure chamber for divers, a lobster tank, and, and, and …

Wherever Tatoosh has laid anchor since then, …

… she was certain to draw admiring glances, not least because of her two helicopters. A twelve-metre-long Hinckley tender hangs on the port side. Even more interesting is the tender on the starboard-side: a sailboat with a cabin.

Photos courtesy of Thierry Ameller.