This sailing yacht JEANIE JOHNSTON is a 45 m 148 (ft) ample wooden luxury yacht which was created by Jeanie Johnston mpany and her design is by Fred Walker and National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Uk. A ample barque JEANIE JOHNSTON is a very distinctive Republic of Ireland built yacht which was launched to much satisfaction in 2002. She could be described as a recent barque. This gracious boat has been created from a naval architect called Fred Walker and National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Uk.
Fred Walker was the naval architect involved in the technical nautical composition for JEANIE JOHNSTON. Fred Walker and National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Uk is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this boat. Republic of Ireland is the country that Jeanie Johnston mpany completed their new build sailing yacht in. After the official launch in 2002 in Traylee Bay, Co. Kerry the boat was afterwards handed over to the proud new owner after sea trials. The hull was crafted from wooden. The sailing yacht superstructure component is fabricated largely using wood. The length of the luxury yacht on deck is 37.5 (123.03 ft). With a beam of 8 m or 26.25 ft JEANIE JOHNSTON has fairly large room. She has a deep draught of 4.2m (13.78ft).
- Potable water capacity: unknown. - Power generation: Caterpillar 2 times , 1 times Generator. - Yacht Beam: 8m/26.25ft. - Length on Deck: 37.5m/123.03ft. - Draught at deepest: 4.2m/13.78ft. Yacht Type: barque.
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