The good sized superyacht ALFA ROMEO II is a sailing yacht. This 30 metre (99 ft) luxury yacht was made by Mcconaghy Boats in 2005. The graceful sailing yacht was designed from the naval architecture of Reichel and Pugh Yacht Design.
The yacht's general design work came from Reichel and Pugh Yacht Design. The technical naval architect drawings are a creation of Reichel. In 2005 she was formally launched with triumph in Sydney and following sea trials and detailing was afterwards passed on to the new owner. Mcconaghy Boats completed their new build sailing yacht in Australia. The hull was crafted from carbon/epoxy. The sailing yacht superstructure is made predominantly using composite. With a width of 5.2 metres / 17 feet ALFA ROMEO II has moderate internal space. She has a deep draught of 5.1m (16.7ft).
ALFA ROMEO II is propelled by one capable YANMAR diesel engine(s) and can attain a industrious maximum continuous speed of approximately 13 knots. The engine of the ALFA ROMEO II generates 250 horse power (or 186 kilowatts). Her total HP is 250 HP and her total Kilowatts are 186. ALFA ROMEO II is propelled by a single screw propeller.
Her Engine(s) is one 250 Horse Power / 186 kW Yanmar. - Overall output: 250 HP /186 KW. - Cruising at a speed of 10 knots. - Top Speed: 13 nautical miles per hour. - Water: unknown. - Area of Sail: 314 Metres Squared. - Yacht Beam: 5.2m/17ft. - Draught Maximum: 5.1m/16.7ft.
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