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A General Description of Motor Yacht BLUE JACKET

From the Nv Amsterdamsche Scheepswerf G De Vries Lentsch Jr shipyard in the Netherlands the BLUE JACKET is 34 m 110 (foot) in length. Superyacht BLUE JACKET can accommodate up to 6 guests with 6 crew members. She will attain a maximum speed of 13 knots.

Construction & Yacht Design relating to Luxury Yacht BLUE JACKET

G De Vries Lentsch Jr was the naval architect involved in the professional superyacht design work for BLUE JACKET. Also the company G De Vries Lentsch Jr expertly collaborated on this project. the Netherlands is the country that Nv Amsterdamsche Scheepswerf G De Vries Lentsch Jr completed their new build motor yacht in. After her formal launch in 1958 in Amsterdam the boat was then delivered on to the happy owner having completed sea trials and testing. The main hull was crafted from steel. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated mostly using steel. With a width of 6.49 m / 21.3 feet BLUE JACKET has moderate size. A reasonably shallow draught of 1.92m (6.3ft) affects the amount of overall harbours she can enter into, taking into account their minimum depth. She had refit maintenance and modification carried out by 1999.

Engineering And The Crusie Speed The M/Y BLUE JACKET :

The VTA-28 engine installed in the motor yacht is produced by CUMMINS. BLUE JACKET is propelled by twin screw propellers. The engine of the yacht gives 450 horse power (or 331 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The sum output for the boat is accordingly 900 HP / 662 KW. As far as stabalisers are concerned she utilises Vosper.

On board Superyacht BLUE JACKET There is The Following Passenger Accommodation Potential:

Providing space for a maximum of 6 visiting passengers overnighting, the BLUE JACKET accommodates them luxuriously. This ship uses approximately 6 expert yacht crew to operate.

A List of the Specifications of the BLUE JACKET:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht BLUE JACKET
Built By:NV Amsterdamsche Scheepswerf G. de Vries Lentsch Jr.
Built in:Amsterdam, Dutch
Launched in:1958
Refitted in:1999
Length Overall:33.53 metres / 110 feet.
Waterline Length:31.06 (101.9 ft)
Naval Architecture:G De Vries Lentsch Jr, G De Vries Lentsch Jr
Gross Tonnes:193
Nett Tonnes:131
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steel
Owner of BLUE JACKET:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:United States
Official registry port is:New York Ny
Home port:Sayerville Nj, USA
Class society used:ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)
Max yacht charter guests:6
Number of Crew Members:6
Main Engine(s) is two 450 Horse Power or 331 Kilowatts Cummins. Engine Model: VTA-28 diesel.
Giving the combined power of 900 HP /662 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 11 knots.
Her top Speed is around 13 knots.
Approximate range: 1600 at a speed of 11 knots.
Bunkering capacity: 15140 L.
Potable water capacity: 9084.00.
Stabaliser Stabality devices: Vosper.
Beam: 6.49m/21.3ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 31.06m/101.9ft.
Draught at deepest: 1.92m/6.3ft.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

Her deck material is predominantly a teak deck.

BLUE JACKET Disclaimer:

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