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A Summary of Motor Yacht NAHLIN

John Brown & Sons completed motor yacht NAHLIN in 1930. Therefore, she has the distinction of being built in the United Kingdom. NAHLIN is a yacht which had naval architecture and design finished by G.L. Watson and GL Watson. This superyacht NAHLIN is able to accommodate overnight the number of 14 guests aboard together with around 47 crewmembers. Launched for 1930 the classic interior design showcases the classical sagacity in the designing of Sir Charles Allom.

Construction & Designing for Luxury Yacht NAHLIN

GL Watson was the naval architect firm involved in the formal vessel plans for NAHLIN. Also the company GL Watson successfully worked on this venture. Interior designer Sir Charles Allom was employed for the overall interior styling. In 1930 she was actually launched with accolade in Clydebank and post sea trials and finishing touches was thereafter handed over to the yacht owner. John Brown & Sons completed their new build motor yacht in the United Kingdom. A spacious proportion is manifested with a total beam (width) of 11.03 m / 36.2 ft. With a 4.51m (14.8ft) draught (maximum depth) she is reasonably deep. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned from steelandwood. Over the deck of NAHLIN she is 90.22 (296 ft) in length. In 2008 extra refit work and modernisation was also finished.

The Main Engines And The Speed That M/Y NAHLIN Can Reach:

Connected to her Curtis-Brown engine(s) are twin screw propellers. The main engine of the yacht produces 2200 horse power (or 1619 kilowatts). She is fitted with 4 engines. The total power for the boat is therefore 8800 HP or 6475 KW.

For Superyacht NAHLIN She has Guest Accommodation Capacity For:

Offering cabins for a limit of 14 yacht guests spending the night, the NAHLIN accommodates everyone comfortably. She also requires approximately 47 professional crew to run.

A List of the Specifications of the NAHLIN:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht NAHLIN
Ex:540 Nahlin; Luceafarul; Rasaritul; Transilvania; Libertatea
Built By:John Brown & Sons Ltd.
Built in:Clydebank, United Kingdom
Launched in:1930
Refitted in:2008
Length Overall:91.44 metres / 300 feet.
Waterline Length:76.2 (250 ft)
Naval Architecture:GL Watson, GL Watson
Interior Designers:Sir Charles Allom
Gross Tonnes:1356
Nett Tonnes:556
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steelandwood
Owner of NAHLIN:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:United Kingdom
Home port:Liverpool, The United Kingdom
Class society used:LR (Lloyds Register)
Max yacht charter guests:14
Number of Crew Members:47
The propulsion comes from four 2200 HP / 1619 Kilowatts Curtis-Brown.
Overall output: 8800 HP /6475 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 15 nautical miles per hour.
Her top Speed is around 18 knots.
Water: unknown.
Gensets: 2 times 38 kilowatts.
Yacht Beam: 11.03m/36.2ft.
LOD: 90.22m/296ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 76.2m/250ft.
Draught at deepest: 4.51m/14.8ft.

Further Information On The Yacht

Her deck material is predominantly a teak deck.

NAHLIN Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht NAHLIN displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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