Info Page for Sailing Yacht MOONBEAM IV by Fife & Co

A General Description of Sailing Yacht MOONBEAM IV

Fife & Co finished building sailing yacht MOONBEAM IV in 1920. As such, she is built in the United Kingdom. MOONBEAM IV had her yacht design and naval architecture completed by William Fife and William Fife. This superyacht MOONBEAM IV can accommodate a capacity of 8 guests aboard as well as 5 professional crew.

New Build & Design of Luxury Yacht MOONBEAM IV

William Fife was the naval architect involved in the formal nautical design work for MOONBEAM IV. Also the company William Fife successfully collaborated on this undertaking. In 1920 she was actually launched with triumph in Fairlie and following sea trials and final completion was thereafter passed on to the yacht owner. Fife & completed their new build sailing yacht in the United Kingdom. Her main hull was crafted from teak/steel frames. The sailing yacht main superstructure is made extensively using teak. The length of the luxury yacht on deck is 29.05 (95.3 ft). With a width of 5.09 metres / 16.7 feet MOONBEAM IV has reasonable size. She has a fairly deep draught of 3.72m (12.2ft). She had refit maintenance and modification completed in 2001.

Engineering And The Crusie Speed That S/Y MOONBEAM IV is Capable Of:

Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. The main engine of the ship gives 185 horse power (or 136 kilowatts). She is fitted with 2 engines. The sum thrust for the boat is therefore 370 HP / 272 KW.

On board Superyacht MOONBEAM IV She Caters For The Following Guest Accommodation Format:

Bestowing chambers for a maximum of 8 yacht guests sleeping aboard, the MOONBEAM IV accommodates them comfortably. Under normal conditions she requires approx 5 professional crewmembers to operate.

A List of the Specifications of the MOONBEAM IV:

Superyacht Name: Sailing Yacht MOONBEAM IV Ex: Moonbeam; Deo Juvante; Dulsol; Moon Beam - Built By: Fife & Co. - Built in: Fairlie, United Kingdom - Launched in: 1920 - Refitted in: 2001 - Length Overall: 32 metres / 105 feet - Waterline Length: 18.29 (60 ft)

Naval Architecture: William Fife, William Fife - Designers Involved in Yacht Design: - Interior Designers: - Gross Tonnes: 66 - Nett Tonnes: 43 - Displacement: 64 - Hull / Superstructure Construction Material: teak/steel frames / teak - Owner of MOONBEAM IV: - Cost To Build: - MOONBEAM IV available for luxury yacht charters: - Is the yacht for sale: - Helicopter Landing Pad: No - Swimming Pool: - Spa: - Material Used For Deck: teak

The Country the Yacht is Flagged in: Gibraltar - The official registry port is Gibraltar and her home port is Antibes, France - Class society used: HR/LR (Lloyds Register) - Completed survey under Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Large Yacht Code: - Max yacht charter guests 8 - Guestís cabins: - Guests Cabin configuration: - Maximum Number of Guests Whilst Underway: - Number of Crew Members: 5

Main Engine(s) is two 185 HP or 136 kW Rolls Royce. - Total engine power output 370 HP /272 KW. - Cruise Speed: 10 knots. - Her top Speed is around 12 nautical miles per hour. - Fuel Capacity: 2000 L. - Fresh water: 4000.00. - Gensets: Onan 1 times 12 kilowatts, Westerbeke 1 times 6 kilowatts. - Area of Sail: 2760. - Beam: 5.09m/16.7ft. - Length on Deck: 29.05m/95.3ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 18.29m/60ft. - Draught Maximum: 3.72m/12.2ft.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

Her deck material is predominantly a teak deck.

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