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A Summary of Motor Yacht CONCUBINE

Hatteras Yachts launched motor yacht CONCUBINE in 2002. As such, she can be categorised as having been built country of the United States. CONCUBINE had yacht design and naval architecture compiled by Hatteras and Jack Hargrave and Hatteras. This superyacht CONCUBINE is able to accommodate overnight a capacity of 8 passengers all told aboard and 3 crewmembers.

The New Build & Naval Architecture relating to Luxury Yacht CONCUBINE

Hatteras was the naval architecture company involved in the professional superyacht design work for CONCUBINE. Also the company Hatteras and Jack Hargrave expertly worked on this venture. Created at Hatteras Yachts this yacht was constructed in the known yacht building country the United States. She was officially launched in New Bern Nc in 2002 before being delivered to the owner. The core hull was constructed with composite. The motor yacht superstructure component is fabricated for the most part from composite. With a beam of 6.9 m / 22.6 ft CONCUBINE has moderate internal space. She has a fairly shallow draught of 1.9m (6.3ft).

The Engineering And The Speed/Range The M/Y CONCUBINE :

The 16V 2000 M90 engine powering the yacht is built by MTU. For propulsion CONCUBINE has twin screw propellers. The engine of the yacht gives 1800 horse power (or 1325 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The total power for the boat is thus 3600 HP or 2650 KW. As for stabalisers she was built with Naiad. The bow thrusters are Abt.

Aboard Superyacht CONCUBINE She Caters For Passenger Accommodation For Guest:

With chambers for a limit of 8 visiting passengers overnighting, the CONCUBINE accommodates them luxuriously. She also requires approx 3 proficient crew to run.

A List of the Specifications of the CONCUBINE:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht CONCUBINE
Built By:Hatteras Yachts
Built in:New Bern Nc, United States
Launched in:2002
Length Overall:30.2 metres / 100 feet.
Waterline Length:27.64 (90.8 ft)
Naval Architecture:Hatteras and Jack Hargrave, Hatteras
Designers Involved in Yacht Design:Jack Hargrave
Displacement:113
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:composite / composite
Owner of CONCUBINE:Unknown
CONCUBINE available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:grp
Home port:The United States, USA
Max yacht charter guests:8
Number of Crew Members:3
Main Engine(s) is two 1800 Horse Power / 1325 kW MTU. Model: 16V 2000 M90 diesel.
Overall output: 3600 HP /2650 KW.
Approximate Cruise Speed is 18 knots.
Top Speed: 24 nautical miles per hour.
Fuel Capacity: 19000 L.
Fresh water: 3180.00.
Stabalisers: Naiad.
Thrusters: Abt.
Yacht Beam: 6.9m/22.6ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 27.64m/90.8ft.
Draught Maximum: 1.9m/6.3ft.

Further Information On The Yacht

This motor yacht has a grp deck.

CONCUBINE Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht CONCUBINE displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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