The well sized luxury yacht MON DESIR is a sailing yacht. This 38 m (123 foot) luxury yacht was constructed by T Van Duijvendijks Scheepswerf Nv in 1903. She could be considered a classic twin masted schooner. MON DESIR was once called Adrianna-Johanna; Berendina; Hoop; Vertrouwen.
The yacht's general design work came from T Van Duyvendijk. The professional naval architect drawings are the work of T Van Duyvendijk. Built at T Van Duijvendijks Scheepswerf Nv the vessel was completed in the yacht producing country of the Netherlands. She was successfully launched in Lekkerkerk in 1903 before being delivered to the owner. A moderate area is achieved with a total beam (width) of 5.55 metres or 18.2 feet. With a 1.19m (3.9ft) draught (maximum depth) she is reasonably shallow. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the sailing yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned with the use of steelandwood. Over the deck of MON DESIR she is 29.66 (97.3 ft) in length. In 1987 extra refitting and modernisation was in addition finished.
Coupled to the MON DESIR engines are a single screw propeller.
Engine Model: 6L3B diesel. - Water: unknown. - Sail Area: 300 Metres Squared. - Beam: 5.55m/18.2ft. - Length on Deck: 29.66m/97.3ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 27.68m/90.8ft. - Draught Maximum: 1.19m/3.9ft. Yacht Type: twin masted schooner.
Her deck material is predominantly a wood deck.
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