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A Summary of Motor Yacht LADY CHEBUCTO

LADY CHEBUCTO used to be named project/yacht name Chebucto. This 55 metre (179 ft) luxury yacht was manufactured by Ferguson Industries in 1966. Motor Yacht LADY CHEBUCTO is a notable superyacht. She is a classic converted private yacht. The naval architect who actualised this yacht's design work with respect to this ship was Ferguson Industries. Luxury yacht LADY CHEBUCTO is a interesting yacht that is able to accommodate as many as 12 guests on board and has a total of 10 qualified crew.

The Build & Design of Luxury Yacht LADY CHEBUCTO

Ferguson Industries was the naval architect firm involved in the technical nautical composition for LADY CHEBUCTO. Also the company Ferguson Industries expertly worked on this project. In 1966 she was actually launched with accolade in Pictou Ns and following sea trials and final completion was thereafter handed over to the owner. Ferguson Industries completed their new build motor yacht in Canada. A fairly large proportion is achieved with a maximum beam (width) of 9.45 metres / 31 ft. With a 3.29m (10.8ft) draught (maximum depth) she is reasonably deep. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure over the hull is built from aluminium. In 1999 extra refit work and modernisation was also finished.

Engineering & Speed For M/Y LADY CHEBUCTO:

The 38D8 1/8 OP engine powering the yacht is made by FAIRBANKS-MORSE. She is driven by twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship produces 1250 horse power (or 920 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The combined output for the yacht is thus 2500 HP or 1840 KW.

For Superyacht LADY CHEBUCTO She has The Following Main Accommodation Format:

Offering bedding for a maximum of 12 welcome guests sleeping aboard, the LADY CHEBUCTO accommodates everyone luxuriously. The boat utilises around 10 proficient crew to maintain and sail.

A List of the Specifications of the LADY CHEBUCTO:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht LADY CHEBUCTO
Ex:Chebucto
Built By:Ferguson Industries
Built in:Pictou Ns, Canadian
Launched in:1966
Refitted in:1999
Length Overall:54.56 metres / 179 feet.
Naval Architecture:Ferguson Industries, Ferguson Industries
Gross Tonnes:751
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / aluminium
Owner of LADY CHEBUCTO:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:steel
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:Antigua
Official registry port is:St John's
Home port:Canada, Canada
Max yacht charter guests:12
Number of Crew Members:10
Her Engine(s) is two 1250 Horse Power or 920 kW Fairbanks-Morse. The Model type is 38D8 1/8 OP diesel.
Giving the combined power of 2500 HP /1840 KW.
Approximate Cruise Speed is 13 knots.
Her top Speed is around 16 nautical miles per hour.
Approximate range: 7320 at a speed of 10 knots.
Bunkering capacity: 136000 L.
Water: unknown.
Power generation: Caterpillar 3 times 215 kilowatts.
Beam: 9.45m/31ft.
Draught at deepest: 3.29m/10.8ft.
Yacht Type: converted private yacht.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

This motor yacht has a steel deck.

LADY CHEBUCTO Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht LADY CHEBUCTO displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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