This well sized luxury yacht FIFER is a motor yacht. This 32 metre (105 foot) luxury yacht was manufactured by Burrard Drydock in 1939.
The yacht's wider design collaboration came from R Allan. The technical naval architecture drawings are the products of R Allan. Canada is the country that Burrard Drydock built their new build motor yacht in. After the formal launch in 1939 in Vancouver Bc she was released to the proud new owner after sea trials and testing. A reasonable proportion is achieved with a maximum beam (width) of 6.1 metres or 20 feet. With a 2.44m (8ft) draught (maximum depth) she is reasonably shallow. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned out of steelandwood.
This ship utilises twin WAUKESHA main engine(s) and can attain a prudent top end speed of around 12 knots. The engine of the yacht generates 335 horse power (or 247 kilowatts). Her total HP is 670 HP and her total Kilowatts are 493. She is driven by twin screw propellers.
The propulsion comes from two 335 Horse Power or 247 kW Waukesha. The Model type is LRD-6 diesel. - Giving the combined power of 670 HP /493 KW. - Approximate Cruise Speed is 11 knots. - Top Speed: 12 nautical miles per hour. - Fuel tanks: 22710 L. - Water: 14005.00. - Yacht Beam: 6.1m/20ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 30.33m/99.5ft. - Draught Maximum: 2.44m/8ft.
She has a teak deck.
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