Originally built by Krupp in Germany in 1929 from a Cox & Stevens design, she was launched as Haida. After various colorful owners and known as Sarina, then Rosenkavalier, in 1999, another new owner and yacht lover acquired the vessel. He was well aware of her heritage and condition, since he and the ship had crossed paths numerous times before. It seemed like nothing less than fate.

To reconnect the ship with her origins, he re-christened her Haida G.



During Our Full Refit Other Than Main Engines Almost Every System Has Been Replaced With New Piping And Cabling. Over 100 Tons Of Steel Have Been Replaced And Thousands Of Rivets Had To Be Welded To Obtain Absolute Water Tightness To Bring The Yacht Back Into Class.

Traditionally designed and locally built cast davits were installed on the main deck where the hydraulic motors are housed. Carbon fibre reinforced masts were designed and built to the original dimensions. Vast teak decks were renewed, painted stainless steel guard rails added along with an awning structure over the central jacuzzi.
Ingeniously designed original brass water tight windows have all been refurnished, polished and brought back to perfect condition. Mahogany and white panelling throughout the yacht has been brush painted meticulously to preserve the classic feel and marble mosaics have been used in all guest cabins.

Today Haida G provides all the comfort of a modern luxury yacht for all her passengers. Overhauled to MCA-standards and run under ISM management she is available to a distinguished circle of charter guests with her incomparable aura, intriguing history, and unique charm.


  • LOA: 71.10M
  • BEAM MAX: 9.14M
  • DRAFT: 3.99M
  • MATERIAL: Steel Hull, Steel and Wood Superstructure
  • MAIN ENGINES: 2 x Krupp 550kW
  • GENERATORS: 2 x Caterpillar 3306 BT, 160kW
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