This sailing yacht EL BOUGHAZ I is a 53 m 175 (foot) large steel luxury yacht which was manufactured by Bath Iron Works rp and designed by Henry J Gielow and John Munford (Rebuild). A sizeable triple masted schooner EL BOUGHAZ I is a very distinctive United States built superyacht which was launched to praise in 1930. Accommodating 12 passengers and 13 crew, sailing yacht EL BOUGHAZ I was once called 131 Black Douglas; Py 45 (Usn); Te Quest Aquarius W as her shipyard project name or actual name. She could be described as a classic triple masted schooner. Ready for launch in the year of 1930 the comparatively classic interior decoration proffers the traditional atmosphere which are originating from John Munford and the owner who commissioned the yacht.
EL BOUGHAZ I (who was fist named The Black Douglas, then later called teQuest, Aquarius, Aquarius W) is a three-masted staysail auxiliary schooner commissioned for Robert C. Roebling who was the great-grandson of John A. Roebling and grand-nephew of Washington Roebling. The yacht was built at the Bath Iron Works of Bath, Maine, and launched on 9 June 1930. She is one of the largest steel-hulled schooners ever built and was designed by renowned New York naval architects H.J. Gielow & Co. The yacht was used for a variety of functions during her first three and a half decades including a private yacht, a patrol vessel in United States Navy service during World War II (as a "patrol yacht â€“ coastal"; PYc-45), and research vessel for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service crossing the Pacific from Alaska to Baja California. She was then used as a treasure hunter in the Caribbean and spent eight years treasure hunting in the Turks and Caicos. The yacht was then used as a Flint School ship until the school closed in 1981 and was refitted at the Abeking & Rasmussen shipyard in Germany, serving as a template for the first generation of super yachts.
Henry J Gielow was the naval architect firm involved in the technical nautical plans for EL BOUGHAZ I. Her interior design was conceived by John Munford. Henry J Gielow and John Munford (Rebuild) is also associated with the yacht general design work for this yacht. the United States is the country that Bath Iron Works rp built their new build sailing yacht in. After the official launch in 1930 in Bath Me she was thereafter released to the owner following sea trials. The hull was crafted from steel. The sailing yacht superstructure is fabricated mostly using aluminium. The length of the luxury yacht on deck is 48 (157.5 ft). With a width of 9.75 m / 32 feet EL BOUGHAZ I has spacious size. A fairly deep draught of 3.78m (12.4ft) limits the amount of certain harbours she can enter, contingent on their particular depth. She had refit maintenance and alteration work carried out in 2005.
Fitted with twin VOLVO PENTA diesel engines, EL BOUGHAZ I will reach a high speed of 12 knots. She is driven by twin screw propellers. She also has an economical range of 6000 nautical miles whilst sailing at her cruise speed of 10 knots. Her total HP is 720 HP and her total Kilowatts are 530.
The sizeable luxury yacht sailing yacht EL BOUGHAZ I can sleep a total of 12 passengers and has 13 professional crew.
Main Engine(s) is two 360 HP / 265 Kilowatts Volvo Penta. The Model type is TAMD120B diesel. - Giving the combined power of 720 HP /530 KW. - Cruise Speed: 10 knots. - Her top Speed is around 12 knots. - Range: 6000 at a speed of 10 knots. - Fuel Capacity: 48000 L. - Fresh water: 40000.00. - Gensets: Northern Lights. - Area of Sail: 1063 Metres Squared. - Yacht Beam: 9.75m/32ft. - Length on Deck: 48m/157.5ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 35.97m/118ft. - Draught at deepest: 3.78m/12.4ft. Yacht Type: triple masted schooner.
EL BOUGHAZ I features a teak deck.
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