The well sized luxury yacht ARTHUR FOSS is a motor yacht. This 37 m (120 ft) luxury yacht was created by Willamette Iron & Steel in 1889. She is a classic tug style boat. ARTHUR FOSS was formerly named Wallowa; Narcissus; Theodore Foss.
The 1889 tug ARTHUR FOSS ex WALLOWA, is now a preserved historic vessel owned and maintained by Northwest Seaport Museum, Inc. of Seattle, Washington.
The yacht's general design work came from David Stephenson. The formal naval architect firm drawings are a products of David Stephenson. Built at Willamette Iron & Steel the vessel was fabricated within the United States. She was successfully launched in Portland Or in 1889 before being transferred to the owner. A spacious area is achieved with a widest beam (width) of 8.53 metres or 28 ft. With a 4.57m (15ft) draught (maximum depth) she is deep. The material wooden was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is built from wood.
The engine of the ship produces 700 horse power (or 515 kilowatts). Her total HP is 700 HP and her total Kilowatts are 515. Connected to her Washington engine(s) are a single screw propeller.
The propulsion comes from one 700 Horse Power or 515 kW Washington. - Overall output: 700 HP /515 KW. - Water: unknown. - Beam: 8.53m/28ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 34m/111.5ft. - Draught Maximum: 4.57m/15ft. Yacht Type: tug style boat.
She has a wood deck.
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