The motor yacht HONEY is a 34 m 112 (foot) good sized GRP composite boat which was made by Westport Shipyard and her design plans were devised by Westport and Taylor Olsen. This graceful boat was brought about from the naval architecture of Westport and Taylor Olsen.
Westport was the naval architecture company involved in the professional vessel plans for HONEY. Westport and Taylor Olsen is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this yacht. Created by Westport Shipyard this vessel was built in the United States. She was successfully launched in Westport Wa in 2009 before being transferred to the owner. The core hull was constructed with GRP composite. The motor yacht main superstructure is made largely with grp. With a beam of 7.2 metres or 23.62 feet HONEY has moderate internal space. A reasonably shallow draught of 1.6m (5.25ft) selects the list of overall harbours she can enter into, depending on their specific depth.
Powered by twin MTU diesel engines, HONEY can attain a high speed of 25 knots. HONEY is propelled by twin screw propellers. Her total HP is 4000 HP and her total Kilowatts are 2982.
Her Engine(s) is two 2000 Horse Power or 1491 kW MTU. Engine Model: 16V 2000 M91 diesel. - Overall output: 4000 HP /2982 KW. - Cruise Speed: 22 knots. - Her top Speed is around 25 nautical miles per hour. - Fuel tanks: 21000 L. - Potable water capacity: 4000.00. - Yacht Beam: 7.2m/23.62ft. - Draught Maximum: 1.6m/5.25ft.
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