MV Agnes Kay II
ACCOMMODATION AND COMFORTS
Agnes Kay II is a fully modernised, liveaboard charter boat that can accommodate up to 12 day passengers or 8 liveaboard passengers, in 2 cabins and 3 saloons. Although compact, sleeping and living spaces are comfortable and well appointed, with all mod cons.
There are excellent cooking facilities and Ewan is no stranger to the galley. There is ample power for laptops/mobiles/hairdryers/etc. The toilet facilities offer a superb hot shower and the whole ship is fitted with convenient grab rails for safety and accessibility.
SAFETY & TECHNICAL
Qualified crew are on hand to ensure your comfort and safety throughout your time at sea. The vessel is equipped with all the up to date navigation and life saving equipment required for extensive coverage of the North Sea.
There is a crane capable of lifting up to 250kg - making loading heavy items safe and efficient.
Built 1961 - Clem Patterson - Macduff for Cowie brothers as a fishing boat
for Scottish waters. Agnes Kay II fished under various ownership for many years before finally being decommissioned in 2007. She was then given a £150,000 refit by Parkol in Whitby and transformed into the comfortable liveaboard vessel you see today.
Agnes Kay Charters owner and Skipper, Ewan Anderson, has over 26 years experience at sea. From his early years messing around in a rowing boat in the harbour in his native Whalsay, Ewan has experienced working all over the world on all sorts of vessels including fishing boats, ferries, workboats and tugs. He is now fulfilling his dream of offering charter services and passing on his passion for both the sea and Shetland's stunning scenery.
Agnes Kay Charters