PHOENIX I Lloyds Ships Holdings

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A Summary of Motor Yacht PHOENIX I

The motor yacht PHOENIX I is a superyacht of good sized proportions. This 35 m (114 foot) luxury yacht was made by Lloyds Ships Holdings in 1983. PHOENIX I was previously called the project or yacht name Marion; Lady G; Galaxy G; Galaxy I. Superyacht PHOENIX I is a superb yacht that is able to accommodate a total of 10 people on board and has around 5 crew members. The naval architecture office which delivered her drawings in respect of this ship is Lloyds and Fratelli Benetti.

The Construction & Yacht Design relating to Luxury Yacht PHOENIX I

The yacht's general design work came from Lloyds and Fratelli Benetti. The professional naval architecture plans are a products of Lloyds. In 1983 she was actually launched with triumph in Brisbane and following sea trials and final completion was afterwards handed over to the owner. Lloyds Ships Holdings completed their new build motor yacht in Australia. Her core hull was crafted from aluminium. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated mostly using aluminium. With a beam of 7 m or 23 feet PHOENIX I has moderate internal space. She has a fairly shallow draught of 2.23m (7.3ft). She had refit maintenance and alteration work carried out in 2003.

Engineering & Speeds For M/Y PHOENIX I:

PHOENIX I harnesses the power of twin agile GARDNER main engine(s) and can reach a stately top end speed of approximately 12 knots. The main engine of the PHOENIX I generates 230 horse power (or 169 kilowatts). Her total HP is 460 HP and her total Kilowatts are 338. PHOENIX I is propelled by twin screw propellers. As for the yacht’s stabalisers she uses Naiad. PHOENIX I has a/an easy cruising speed is 10 knots which produces a range of 3000.

Superyacht PHOENIX I Has Accommodations:

Offering chambers for a maximum of 10 visiting passengers overnighting, the PHOENIX I accommodates them luxuriously. Under normal conditions she carries circa 5 able qualified crew to maintain and sail.

A List of the Specifications of the PHOENIX I:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht PHOENIX I
Ex:Marion; Lady G; Galaxy G; Galaxy I
Built By:Lloyds Ships Holdings
Built in:Brisbane, Australian
Launched in:1983
Refitted in:2003
Length Overall:34.75 metres / 114 feet.
Naval Architecture:Lloyds and Fratelli Benetti, Lloyds
Designers Involved in Yacht Design:Fratelli Benetti
Gross Tonnes:211
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:aluminium / aluminium
Owner of PHOENIX I:Unknown
PHOENIX I available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:Australian
Official registry port is:Southport
Home port:Southport, Australia
Max yacht charter guests:10
Number of Crew Members:5
The propulsion comes from two 230 Horse Power / 169 Kilowatts Gardner. Model: 8L3B diesel.
Total engine power output 460 HP /338 KW.
Cruise Speed: 10 knots.
Top Speed: 12 nautical miles per hour.
Range in nautical Miles is 3000 at a speed of 10 knots.
Fuel tanks: 23000 L.
Potable water capacity: 12000.00.
Stabalisers: Naiad.
Yacht Beam: 7m/23ft.
Draught at deepest: 2.23m/7.3ft.

Further Information On The Yacht

PHOENIX I features a teak deck.

PHOENIX I Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht PHOENIX I 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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