This sailing yacht NEXT is a 30 metre 100 (ft) good sized composite boat which was produced by Pendennis and concieved by Ron Holland Design. The gracious boat has been envisaged by the naval architecture of Ron Holland Design.
Ron Holland Design was the naval architect involved in the professional vessel composition for NEXT. Ron Holland Design is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. the United Kingdom is the country that Pendennis built their new build sailing yacht in. After official launch in 1999 in Falmouth she was then released to the proud new owner after sea trials and testing. Her hull was crafted from composite. The sailing yacht superstructure component is made predominantly from composite. With a beam of 6.25 m / 20.5 ft NEXT has reasonable interior. She has a fairly deep draught of 4.39m (14.4ft).
Fitted with one VOLVO PENTA diesel main engines, NEXT can attain a maximum speed of 10 knots. She is driven by a single screw propeller. Her total HP is 170 HP and her total Kilowatts are 125.
The propulsion comes from one 170 Horse Power or 125 kW Volvo Penta. The Model type is TAMD41M diesel. - Giving the combined power of 170 HP /125 KW. - Cruise Speed: 9 nautical miles per hour. - Her top Speed is around 10 knots. - Bunkering capacity: 2400 L. - Fresh water: 2400.00. - Yacht Beam: 6.25m/20.5ft. - Draught Maximum: 4.39m/14.4ft.
Her deck material is predominantly a grp deck.
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