The motor yacht LA VERNE is a superyacht of well proportioned proportions. This 35 m (114 ft) luxury yacht was manufactured by Vancouver Shipyards in 1944. LA VERNE was previously called the project or yacht name La Verne; Sea Challenger; Coquitlam; Cheater Five. She could be considered a classic converted private yacht. The naval architecture office responsible for her drawings on the yacht was Canadian Navy.
The yacht's general design work came from Canadian Navy. The formal naval architecture drawings are a creation of Canadian Navy. Built at Vancouver Shipyards this yacht was constructed in the yacht producing country of Canada. She was officially launched in Vancouver Bc in 1944 before being delivered to the owner. Her hull was crafted from wooden. The motor yacht superstructure component is made for the most part from wood. With a width of 6.71 metres / 22 feet LA VERNE has reasonable internal space.
The engine of the ship produces 300 horse power (or 221 kilowatts). Her total HP is 600 HP and her total Kilowatts are 442. She is driven by twin screw propellers.
- Giving the combined power of 600 HP /442 KW. - Potable water capacity: unknown. - Yacht Beam: 6.71m/22ft. Yacht Type: converted private yacht.
This motor yacht has a wood deck.
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