This 30 metre (99 ft) luxury yacht was constructed at Azimut Yachts in 2004. Motor Yacht PLJ is a well sized superyacht. The naval architecture office who actualised this yacht's drawings on the yacht is Stefano Righini.
Stefano Righini was the naval architect involved in the formal vessel plans for PLJ. Also the company Stefano Righini skillfully collaborated on this venture. Created by Azimut Yachts this vessel was completed within Italy. She was successfully launched in Viareggio in 2004 before being handed over to the owner. Her main hull was crafted from GRP composite. The motor yacht superstructure component is fabricated for the most part from grp. With a beam of 7.15 metres or 23.5 ft PLJ has reasonable room. She has a fairly shallow draught of 2.1m (6.7ft).
The 16V 4000 M91 engine powering the yacht is built by MTU. PLJ is propelled by twin screw propellers. The main engine of the yacht generates 2000 horse power (or 1492 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The sum power for the yacht is thus 4000 HP or 2984 KW.
Her Engine(s) is two 2000 Horse Power or 1492 Kilowatts MTU. Model: 16V 4000 M91 diesel. - Total engine power output 4000 HP /2984 KW. - Approximate Cruise Speed is 28 knots. - Her top Speed is around 32 nautical miles per hour. - Approximate range: 400 at a speed of 28 knots. - Fuel Capacity: 10000 L. - Potable water capacity: 4000.00. - Beam: 7.15m/23.5ft. - Draught at deepest: 2.1m/6.7ft.
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