BLACK SWAN OF 1899 Camper & Nicholsons
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A Summary of Sailing Yacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899
The sailing yacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899 is a 40 metre 132 (ft) ample teak/oak frames boat which was produced by Camper & Nicholsons and designed by Charles E Nicholson. Accommodating 8 passengers and 6 crew members, sailing yacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899 was known by the name 142 Brynhild; Black Swan; Changrilla which was her build project name or actual name.
Shipyard Work & Yacht Design of Luxury Yacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899
Charles E Nicholson was the naval architect involved in the technical vessel composition for BLACK SWAN OF 1899. Charles E Nicholson is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this yacht. Built at Camper & Nicholsons this vessel was constructed in the country of the United Kingdom. She was successfully launched in Gosport in 1899 before being transferred to the owner. A reasonable feeling is achieved with a widest beam (width) of 6.2 metres / 20.3 feet. With a 4.1m (13.5ft) draught (maximum depth) she is fairly deep. The material teak/oak frames was used in the building of the hull of the sailing yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned with the use of teak. Over the deck of BLACK SWAN OF 1899 she is 33.25 (109.1 ft) in length. In 2002 further refit work and modernisation was also finished.
S/Y BLACK SWAN OF 1899 Engines / Performance:
Powered by two GM diesel main engines, BLACK SWAN OF 1899 will attain a maximum speed of 11 knots. She is driven by twin screw propellers. She also has an efficient range of 700 nautical miles whilst motoring at her cruise speed of 10 knots. Her total HP is 440 HP and her total Kilowatts are 324.
The Accommodation Capacity On Aboard Superyacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899:
The ample luxury yacht S/Y BLACK SWAN OF 1899 can accommodate up to 8 passengers and has 6 professional crew.
A List of the Specifications of the BLACK SWAN OF 1899:
|Superyacht Name:||Sailing Yacht BLACK SWAN OF 1899|
|Ex:||142 Brynhild; Black Swan; Changrilla|
|Built By:||CAMPER & NICHOLSONS|
|Built in:||Gosport, United Kingdom|
|Length Overall:||40.25 metres / 132.1 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||25.63 (84.1 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||Charles E Nicholson, Charles E Nicholson|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||teak/oak frames / teak|
|Owner of BLACK SWAN OF 1899:||Unknown|
|BLACK SWAN OF 1899 available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Material Used For Deck:||teak|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||Italian|
|Home port:||Italy, Italy|
|Class society used:||LR (Lloyds Register)|
|Max yacht charter guests:||8|
|Number of Crew Members:||6|
|Main Engine(s) is two 220 Horse Power / 162 kW GM. Engine Model:||6-71 diesel.|
|Overall output:||440 HP /324 KW.|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots.|
|Her top Speed is around 11 knots.|
|Range in nautical Miles is 700 at a speed of 10 knots.|
|Bunkering capacity:||5500 L.|
|Gensets:||G&m 3 times 40kva.|
|Total Sail Size:||5382.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||25.63m/84.1ft.|
Miscellaneous Yacht Details
BLACK SWAN OF 1899 features a teak deck.
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Camper & Nicholsons became known for its fast, wooden racing sailing yachts, which included the famed J-Class sloops that competed in the America’s Cup Races of the early 20th century, including two J-Class boats commissioned by Sir Thomas Sopwith, Endeavour and Endeavour II.