The substantial luxury yacht ZINAT AL-BIHAAR is a sailing yacht. This 53 metre (173 ft) luxury yacht was developed by Oman Royal Yacht Squadron in 1988. She could be described as a traditional dhow.
The yacht's wider design collaboration came from Colin Mudie and Burness Corlett - Three Quays. The formal naval architecture plans are the products of Colin Mudie. In 1988 she was actually launched with celebration in Port Qaboos and post sea trials and detailing was thereafter passed on to the new owner. Oman Royal Yacht Squadron completed their new build sailing yacht in Oman. The main hull was built out of wooden. The sailing yacht superstructure component is made for the most part with wood. With a width of 9.57 m / 31.4 ft ZINAT AL-BIHAAR has spacious interior. A reasonably deep draught of 3.81m (12.5ft) determines the amount of overall marinas she can visit, taking into account their particular depth at low tide.
The engine of the ship produces 710 horse power (or 522 kilowatts). Her total HP is 1420 HP and her total Kilowatts are 1045. ZINAT AL-BIHAAR is propelled by twin screw propellers.
The propulsion comes from two 710 HP or 522 kW Deutz-Mwm. - Total engine power output 1420 HP /1045 KW. - Potable water capacity: unknown. - Yacht Beam: 9.57m/31.4ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 40.1m/131.6ft. - Draught at deepest: 3.81m/12.5ft. Yacht Type: dhow.
This sailing yacht has a wood deck.
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