This motor yacht HARMONY I is a 32 m 105 (ft) well sized composite ship which was crafted by Horizon Yachts and concieved by Tommaso Spadolini. This balanced superyacht was designed with the naval architecture of Tommaso Spadolini.
Tommaso Spadolini was the naval architect involved in the technical vessel design work for HARMONY I. Tommaso Spadolini is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. Taiwan is the country that Horizon Yachts completed their new build motor yacht in. After her official launch in 2001 in Kaohsiung the boat was then released to the yacht owner after final finishing. The hull was constructed with composite. The motor yacht main superstructure is made largely from composite. The total length of the luxury yacht on deck is 31 (101.7 ft). With a beam of 7.53 metres or 24.7 feet HARMONY I has reasonable internal space. A shallow draught of 2.29m (7.5ft) affects the amount of overall ports she can visit, taking into account their minimum depth.
HARMONY I is propelled by twin screw propellers.
The well proportioned luxury yacht M/Y HARMONY I can sleep as many as 8 guests in addition to 5 crew.
- Approximate Cruise Speed is 16 knots. - Her top Speed is around 19 nautical miles per hour. - Potable water capacity: unknown. - Yacht Beam: 7.53m/24.7ft. - LOD: 31m/101.7ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 27.13m/89ft. - Draught Maximum: 2.29m/7.5ft.
She has a teak deck.
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