Project OLDESALT an Aegean Superyacht
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Luxury motor yacht Project Oldesalt (hull 44) is a beautiful 34-metre classic vessel, built by the Turkish shipyard, Aegean Yacht. The launch of superyacht Oldesalt is in 2015.
Project OLDESALT Specifications
|Type/Year:||an Aegean Superyacht/2015|
|Max Speed:||12 knots|
|Engines:||2xYANMAR 6HYM WET600HP /|
|Locations:||Aeolian Islands, Solomon Islands, Napa Valley , Spain, Abu Dhabi, England, South of France, Croatia|
Oldesalt yacht provides elegant and comfortable accommodation in 5 magnificent cabins. These include a master stateroom forward on the main deck, as well as 2 double VIP cabins and 2 twin cabins for three guests each, on the lower deck.
Made of steel, super yacht Project Oldesalt (hull 44) is built to RINA classification. She is run by twin YANMAR 6HYM WET600HP / 2100 rpm diesels, reaching a top speed of 12 knots.
Accommodation aboard Project Oldesalt yacht is offered in 5 well appointed cabins. These include a master stateroom forward on the main deck, as well as 2 double VIP cabins and 2 twin cabins for three guests each, on the lower deck.
Amenities and Extras
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Project OLDESALT Disclaimer:
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