AURORA B Feadship
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AURORA B is a 50m/164'1" superyacht launched in 1992 and refitted in 2007 and 2017. The naval archutecture comes from De Voogt Naval Architects. John Munford designed the interiors. With a beam of 9.5m/31'2" she is capable of accommodating 10 guests across 5 staterooms.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF AURORA B: ~ Wi-fi ~ Air-conditioning ~ Stabilisers ~ Classic design
The yacht has been maintained to the highest standards and was last refitted in 2017.
AURORA B Specifications
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Engines:||2 x CAT 3516 DITA engines|
|Cruise Speed:||16 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||John Munford, Feadship / De Voogt, Feadship, De Voogt Naval Architects, De Voogt|
The interior of the yacht was styled in classic decor and has family-friendly layout.
The power comes from two CAT 3516 DITA engines, which provide a top speed of 17 knots.
Accommodation is offered for up to 10 guests.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 50.0m (164'1") yacht AURORA B, so please enquire for more information.
AURORA B Disclaimer:
The luxury yacht AURORA B 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.
"First it is necessary to listen to the client’s requirement, motor or sail, private or charter, leisure or performance, business or pleasure, approximate length, how many guests, classic or modern, cruising waters, toys, tenders, equipment, communications, pools; gyms, cinemas and so no. All relating to how many crew are required to run the vessels efficiently whilst maintaining the owners requirement. Once you have that the naval architect and designer can form the body of the yacht." - John Munford