Fassmer completed the building motor yacht HANSE EXPLORER in 2006. As such, she can be categorised as having been built in Germany. This superyacht HANSE EXPLORER is able to accommodate the sum total of 12 aboard and 18 qualified crew.
Germany is the country that Fassmer completed their new build motor yacht in. Her hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht main superstructure is made largely with steel. With a width of 10.4 metres or 34.1 ft HANSE EXPLORER has spacious room. She has a deep draught of 3.52m (11.55ft).
The 8M20 engine installed in the motor yacht is built by MAK. For propulsion HANSE EXPLORER has a single screw propeller. The main engine of the yacht gives 2037 horse power (or 1520 kilowatts). She is equiped with 1 engines. The total thrust for the yacht is accordingly 2037 HP or 1520 KW.
Apportioning chambers for a limit of 12 yacht guests spending the night, the HANSE EXPLORER accommodates them in style. The boat requires around 18 expert crewmembers to maintain and sail.
The main engines are one 2037 HP / 1520 Kilowatts Mak. The Model type is 8M20 diesel. - Total engine power output 2037 HP /1520 KW. - Cruise Speed: 12 nautical miles per hour. - Top Speed: 13.2 knots. - Approximate range: 5000 at a speed of 12 knots. - Fuel tanks: 150000 L. - Potable water capacity: 34000.00. - Beam: 10.4m/34.1ft. - Draught Maximum: 3.52m/11.55ft. Yacht Type: explorer style (expedition) yacht.
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