A enormous training boat SOREN LARSEN is a very distinctive Denmark made superyacht which was launched to celebration in 1949. The yacht is a classic training boat.
The Soren Larsen was built in northern Denmark in by Soren Larsen & Sons at Nykobing Mors and is constructed entirely of oak. She traded throughout the Baltic, British and European ports until 1972. In 1978 she was restored, the funds for which came from film work she was involved in, including The Onedin Line series, The French Lieutenants Woman, Count of Monte Cristo and Shackleton - which involved sailing north to the Arctic Circle into the pack-ice of Greenland. Since then the Soren Larsen has won Transatlantic Tallship Races, undergone refits, undertaken a world voyages and is now based in New Zealand from where she explores the tropical waters of the South Pacific while she offers sail training courses.
Built at Soren Larsen & Sons the vessel was constructed in the known yacht building country Denmark. She was officially launched in Nykobing Mors in 1949 before being handed over to the owner. Her core hull was crafted from oak. The sailing yacht superstructure is fabricated for the most part using oak. The total length of the luxury yacht on deck is 32 (105 ft). With a beam of 7.8 m or 25.6 feet SOREN LARSEN has moderate size. A deep draught of 3.4m (11.3ft) determines the number of certain harbours she can berth in, taking into account their minimum characteristics. She had refit maintenance and alteration work undertaken by 2009.
For propulsion SOREN LARSEN has a single screw propeller. Her total HP is 240 HP and her total Kilowatts are 179.
The propulsion comes from one 240 HP or SOREN LARSEN Kilowatts B&w Alpha. - Total engine power output 240 HP /179 KW. - Fresh water: 8135.00. - Generators: Beta / G&m. - Sail Area: 650 Metres Squared. - Beam: 7.8m/25.6ft. - Length on Deck: 32m/105ft. - Draught at deepest: 3.4m/11.3ft. Yacht Type: training boat.
She has a iroko deck.
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