DEAR B Camper & Nicholsons
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A Summary of Motor Yacht DEAR B
Coming from the Camper & Nicholsons ship building company in the United Kingdom the DEAR B is 36 metre 119 (foot) in length. Superyacht DEAR B is able to accommodate up to 12 people with 5 professional crew. Her former names or project names are 397 Cacouna; Wilelka; Olnico. She will attain a high speed of 12 knots.
Motor yacht DEAR B is a Camper & Nicholson’s classic from 1932. Previously called M/Y OLNICO, she has a classy, spacious and comfortable interior plus a good deck layout.
The Shipyard Work & Naval Architecture with respect to Luxury Yacht DEAR B
Charles E Nicholson was the naval architecture company involved in the technical nautical plans for DEAR B. Also the company Charles E Nicholson skillfully collaborated on this venture. In 1932 she was actually launched with celebration in Gosport and following sea trials and finishing touches was thereafter passed on to the owner. Camper & Nicholsons completed their new build motor yacht in the United Kingdom. The core hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht superstructure is fabricated extensively from steel. With a beam of 6.25 m / 20.5 ft DEAR B has moderate interior. She has a reasonably shallow draught of 2.8m (9.2ft). She had refit improvement and changes undertaken in 2000.
The Main Engines And The Speed/Range The M/Y DEAR B is Able To Achieve:
Coupled to the DEAR B engines are twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship generates 220 horse power (or 162 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The sum power for the yacht is therefore 440 HP or 324 KW. With respect to stabalisers she uses Vosper.
For Superyacht DEAR B She Caters For Main Accommodation Layout:
Offering bedding for a limit of 12 welcome guests staying on board, the DEAR B accommodates everyone in style. Under normal conditions she carries around 5 professional crew members to maintain and sail.
A List of the Specifications of the DEAR B:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht DEAR B|
|Ex:||397 Cacouna; Wilelka; Olnico|
|Built By:||CAMPER & NICHOLSONS|
|Built in:||Gosport, United Kingdom|
|Length Overall:||36.2 metres / 118.8 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||33.07 (108.5 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||Charles E Nicholson, Charles E Nicholson|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||steel / steel|
|Owner of DEAR B:||Unknown|
|DEAR B 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:||Panama|
|Official registry port is:||Panama|
|Home port:||Gocek, Turkey|
|Class society used:||ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)|
|Max yacht charter guests:||12|
|Number of Crew Members:||5|
|The main engines are two 220 Horse Power or 162 kW MAN.|
|Total engine power output 440 HP /324 KW.|
|Approximate Cruise Speed is 10 nautical miles per hour.|
|Her top Speed is around 12 nautical miles per hour.|
|Fuel Capacity:||20000 L.|
|Potable water capacity:||12000.00.|
|Gensets:||Onan 1 times 45kva, 1 times 25kva.|
|Stabaliser Stabality devices:||Vosper.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||33.07m/108.5ft.|
Further Information On The Yacht
This motor yacht has a teak deck.
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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.