Overmarine Mangusta (Rodriguez Group) launched motor yacht SORAYA in 2001. Therefore, she is built in Italy. SORAYA had her naval architecture and design finished by Studio Bacigalupo and Stefano Righini and Studio Bacigalupo. This superyacht SORAYA is able to sleep overnight a capacity of 8 aboard and in addition to 3 operating crew.
Studio Bacigalupo was the naval architect involved in the formal nautical composition for SORAYA. Also the company Studio Bacigalupo and Stefano Righini successfully worked on this project. Built by Overmarine (Rodriguez Group) the vessel was constructed in the known yacht building country Italy. She was successfully launched in Massarosa in 2001 before being delivered to the owner. A moderate area is brought about with a widest beam (width) of 7.1 m / 23.3 feet. With a 1.74m (5.7ft) draught (maximum depth) she is shallow. The material composite was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure over the hull is created out of composite.
Her propulsion units are twin water jets (kamewa). She is fitted with 2 engines.
Having cabins for a maximum of 8 yacht guests sleeping aboard, the SORAYA accommodates everyone comfortably. She also utilises approx 3 capable qualified crew to manage.
- Fuel tanks: 14000 L. - Fresh water: 2000.00. - Yacht Beam: 7.1m/23.3ft. - Draught at deepest: 1.74m/5.7ft. Yacht Type: sports style yacht.
She has a teak deck.
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