The well sized superyacht AUDREY A is a motor yacht. This 34 m (112 ft) luxury yacht was made at Leblanc Shipyard in 1941. AUDREY A was previously registered as Nadine Ii. The private motor yacht has been envisaged by the naval architecture of Admiralty.
The yacht's general design work came from Admiralty. The technical naval architecture intellectual property are the products of Admiralty. Canada is the country that Leblanc Shipyard completed their new build motor yacht in. After formal launch in 1941 in Weymouth Ns she was thereafter delivered on to the yacht owner following final finishing. Her core hull was built out of wooden. The motor yacht superstructure is made for the most part from wood. With a beam of 5.43 m or 17.8 feet AUDREY A has reasonable room. She has a reasonably shallow draught of 1.46m (4.8ft).
This boat subsumes twin capable HARNISCHFLEGER main engine(s) and can find a swift continuous speed of approximately 14 knots. The main engine of the AUDREY A generates 140 horse power (or 103 kilowatts). Her total HP is 280 HP and her total Kilowatts are 206. She is driven by twin screw propellers.
Main Engine(s) is two 140 Horse Power or 103 kW Harnischfleger. - Total engine power output 280 HP /206 KW. - Approximate Cruise Speed is 13 knots. - Top Speed: 14 nautical miles per hour. - Fresh water: unknown. - Yacht Beam: 5.43m/17.8ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 32.86m/107.8ft. - Draught Maximum: 1.46m/4.8ft.
AUDREY A features a wood deck.
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