This motor yacht LADY MAUREEN is a 31 m 102 (foot) well proportioned steel luxury yacht which was manufactured by Halter and concieved by Halter Marine. This gracious superyacht was brought about from the naval architecture of Halter Marine.
Halter Marine was the naval architecture company involved in the formal nautical plans for LADY MAUREEN. Halter Marine is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. the United States is the country that Halter constructed their new build motor yacht in. After formal launch in 1972 in New Orleans LA the boat was handed over to the owner after sea trials and testing. The hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated extensively from steelandaluminium. With a width of 6.55 metres or 21.5 ft LADY MAUREEN has moderate interior. A fairly shallow draught of 2.71m (8.9ft) affects the amount of overall harbours she can berth in, taking into account their specific characteristics. She had refit improvement and changes carried out in 1990.
Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. Her total HP is 2000 HP and her total Kilowatts are 1472.
Main Engine(s) is two 1000 HP or 736 kW GM. The Model type is 16V 149N diesel. - Overall output: 2000 HP /1472 KW. - Fuel tanks: 22710 L. - Fresh water: 2082.00. - Yacht Beam: 6.55m/21.5ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 28.93m/94.9ft. - Draught Maximum: 2.71m/8.9ft.
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