The motor yacht HALEY is a 43 m 140 (ft) capacious wooden/titanium frames vessel which was developed by Lurssen Yachts and concieved by German Navy. This balanced boat has been envisaged with a naval architect called German Navy.
German Navy was the naval architect firm involved in the professional superyacht plans for HALEY. German Navy is also associated with the yacht general design work for this yacht. Built at Lurssen Yachts the vessel was constructed within Germany. She was officially launched in Bremen in 1958 before being handed over to the owner. The main hull was crafted from wooden/titanium frames. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated extensively using aluminium. With a width of 7.1 metres or 23.3 ft HALEY has reasonable interior. A shallow draught of 2.32m (7.6ft) determines the number of harbours she can enter, depending on their individual characteristics.
Powered by quadruple MERCEDES-MAYBACH diesel main engines, HALEY can attain a high speed of 42 knots. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. Her total HP is 4800 HP and her total Kilowatts are 3532.
Main Engine(s) is four 1200 Horse Power or 883 Kilowatts Mercedes-Maybach. Engine Model: MB518 diesel. - Overall output: 4800 HP /3532 KW. - Cruising at a speed of 38 knots. - Top Speed: 42 nautical miles per hour. - Fresh water: unknown. - Yacht Beam: 7.1m/23.3ft. - Draught Maximum: 2.32m/7.6ft.
This motor yacht has a teak deck.
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