The Boat - "Shogun"

The Shogun was built in 1989 by Ted Dunn and Capt. Norm Kagawa in San Diego, U.S.A. At 92 ft. in length and, with an enormous 30 ft. beam, the Shogun offers its passengers tremendous space and an extremely stable ride.

The Shogun

This vessel has 11 fully air-conditioned, fully carpeted staterooms all with vanities having hot & cold running water along with reading lights. This ship also has 5 heads and 3 showers. Her galley is well equipped with seating for 32, and has a TV and VCR.

The Shogun and it's crew have been to Clipperton Island and the surrounding area many times.  They took NASA and over a million dollars worth of instrumentation to Clipperton Island in early 1999 to monitor a missile launch.  The missle exploded six seconds after launch. 

Click on the images below to view a larger picture

Shogun Rear View Rear view of the Shogun at the dock in San Diego, CA
Shogun Dinning Room Inside view of the dining area
Shogun Galley Inside view of the galley
N7CQQ on the Shogun John N7CQQ standing on the bow of the Shogun

For information on this and other boats, visit Capt'n Mike's Tackle Town and Fishing Adventures.

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Last updated on September 20, 1999