The sailing yacht MARY DAY is a superyacht of generous proportions. This 41 m (135 ft) luxury yacht was built at Harvey F Gamage in 1962. She could be considered a classic twin masted schooner. Superyacht MARY DAY is a beautiful yacht that is able to sleep as many as 30 guests on board and has approximately 5 professional crew. The firm of naval architecture who actualised this yacht's drawings for this ship was Havilah S. Hawkins.
The yacht's general design work came from Havilah S Hawkins. The formal naval architecture plans are the work of Havilah S Hawkins. Created by Harvey F Gamage this vessel was built in the country of the United States. She was successfully launched in South Bristol Me in 1962 before being transferred to the owner. The hull was constructed with wooden. The sailing yacht superstructure component is made mostly from wood. The total length of the luxury yacht on deck is 30 (98.4 ft). With a width of 7.19 m or 23.6 feet MARY DAY has moderate internal space. She has a shallow draught of 2.29m (7.5ft).
Having chambers for a maximum of 30 yacht guests spending the night, the MARY DAY accommodates everyone in luxury. The boat has room for circa 5 capable crew members to operate.
- Potable water capacity: unknown. - Total Sail Size: 335 Metres Squared. - Yacht Beam: 7.19m/23.6ft. - LOD: 30m/98.4ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 25.21m/82.7ft. - Draught Maximum: 2.29m/7.5ft. Yacht Type: twin masted schooner.
MARY DAY features a wood deck.
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