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Classic Sailing Yacht CAMBRIA (ex Lilias) - a Fife Superyacht
Originally launched in 1928 as the first of a new generation of Big class cutters, the beautiful classic yacht CAMBRIA (ex Lilias) is Fife’s Masterpiece, representing grace, style and performance. With last refit by Southampton Yacht Services in 2015, the 41m (135') sailing yacht CAMBRIA has been entirely designed by William Fife & Sons team.
Superyacht CAMBRIA offers elegant and comfortable accommodation to up to 8 guests. She also carries a professional crew of 5 members.
Featuring a steel hull and wooden superstructure, the 41-metre luxury yacht CAMBRIA (ex Lilias) is run by a single Cummins NT-855 M diesel, reaching a top speed of 10 knots.
The 2015 refit of CAMRIA yacht included the reparation and replacement of almost 200 of her planks, along with substantial work to her stem. The vessel also received a new paint job, and all the tanks were inspected and hydraulics updated.
Accommodation aboard CAMBRIA superyacht is offered to up to 8 guests. There is also space for a highly trained crew of 5.
|Type/Year:||a Fife Superyacht/1928
||Max Speed:||10 knots
||Engines:||1xCummins NT-855 M diesel
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