BLUE GUITAR Camper & Nicholsons
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A General Description of Motor Yacht BLUE GUITAR
BLUE GUITAR was previously registered as project/yacht name 907; Marivon. This 31 metre (103 ft) luxury yacht was produced by Camper & Nicholsons in 1967. Motor Yacht BLUE GUITAR is a good sized superyacht. The naval architecture office responsible for her plans and general arangement for the yacht was Camper & Nicholsons. Luxury yacht BLUE GUITAR is a well crafted yacht that can accommodate a total of 7 guests on board and has around 5 professional crew.
Build & Design relating to Luxury Yacht BLUE GUITAR
Camper & Nicholsons Yacht Design was the naval architect firm involved in the professional vessel composition for BLUE GUITAR. Also the company Camper & Nicholsons expertly collaborated on this project. the United Kingdom is the country that Camper & Nicholsons built their new build motor yacht in. After her official launch in 1967 in Southampton she was thereafter passed over to the owner following sea trials. A reasonable feeling is manifested with a maximum beam (width) of 5.3 metres or 17.4 feet. With a 2.19m (7.2ft) draught (maximum depth) she is fairly shallow. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned out of aluminium.
Engines & Speed For M/Y BLUE GUITAR:
The 8L3B engine installed in the motor yacht is made by GARDNER. She is driven by twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship produces 225 horse power (or 166 kilowatts). She is fitted with 2 engines. The sum output for the boat is thus 450 HP or 332 KW. As for stabalisers she was supplied with Vosper.
On board Superyacht BLUE GUITAR She has The Following Passenger Accommodation Capacity For:
Providing cabins for a maximum of 7 visiting passengers staying on board, the BLUE GUITAR accommodates everyone in luxury. This ship utilises approximately 5 able crew members to run.
A List of the Specifications of the BLUE GUITAR:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht BLUE GUITAR|
|Built By:||CAMPER & NICHOLSONS|
|Built in:||Southampton, United Kingdom|
|Length Overall:||31.33 metres / 102.8 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||28.96 (95 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||Camper & Nicholsons, Camper & Nicholsons Yacht Design|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||steel / aluminium|
|Owner of BLUE GUITAR:||Unknown|
|BLUE GUITAR available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Material Used For Deck:||teak|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||United Kingdom|
|Home port:||Miami Fl, USA|
|Class society used:||LR (Lloyds Register)/RINA (Registro Italiano Navale)|
|Max yacht charter guests:||7|
|Number of Crew Members:||5|
|The propulsion comes from two 225 HP or 166 kW Gardner. Model:||8L3B diesel.|
|Giving the combined power of 450 HP /332 KW.|
|Cruise Speed:||10 knots.|
|Her top Speed is around 12 knots.|
|Fuel Capacity:||11500 L.|
|Potable water capacity:||9000.00.|
|Generators:||Onan 1 times 25 kilowatts, 1 times 16 kilowatts.|
|Stabaliser Stabality devices:||Vosper.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||28.96m/95ft.|
|Draught at deepest:||2.19m/7.2ft.|
Miscellaneous Yacht Details
This motor yacht has a teak deck.
BLUE GUITAR Disclaimer:
The luxury yacht BLUE GUITAR 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.
Camper & Nicholsons became known for its fast, wooden racing sailing yachts, which included the famed J-Class sloops that competed in the America’s Cup Races of the early 20th century, including two J-Class boats commissioned by Sir Thomas Sopwith, Endeavour and Endeavour II.