DUBAI SHADOW Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

DUBAI SHADOW was once called project/yacht name Australis Mentor, Umitaka Maru. ...

DUBAI SHADOW Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

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A Summary of Motor Yacht DUBAI SHADOW

DUBAI SHADOW was once called project/yacht name Australis Mentor, Umitaka Maru. This 79 metre (259 ft) luxury yacht was constructed at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 1973. Motor Yacht DUBAI SHADOW is a impressive superyacht. The firm of naval architecture who actualised this yacht's plans and general arangement with respect to the yacht is Mitsubishi Hi.

Motor Yacht DUBAI SHADOW is the support boat for the luxury superyacht DUBAI once known as the largest superyacht in the world. DUBAI SHADOW is strong and sturdy and is designed to carry all the extras which do not fit on DUBAI including the tenders, speed boats, toys, jet skis, equipment for fishing and diving. DUBAI SHADOW also acts as the support vessel for additional provisions and provides accommodation for the large entourage of service staff who travels with her owner.

Build & Yacht Design with respect to Luxury Yacht DUBAI SHADOW

Mitsubishi Hi was the naval architect involved in the formal superyacht design work for DUBAI SHADOW. Also the company Mitsubishi Hi successfully worked on this project. In 1973 she was actually launched with accolade in Shimonoseki and post sea trials and final completion was then handed over to the owner who commissioned her. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries completed their new build motor yacht in Japan. The hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht superstructure is made predominantly with steel. With a width of 12.4 metres or 40.7 ft DUBAI SHADOW has impressive internal space. She has a fairly deep draught of 5.35m (17.55ft). She had refit improvement and modification undertaken by 2006.

Engineering & Speed For M/Y DUBAI SHADOW:

DUBAI SHADOW is propelled by a single screw propeller. The main engine of the yacht gives 3304 horse power (or 2475 kilowatts). She is fitted with 1 engines. The combined output for the yacht is 3304 HP or 2475 KW.

On Superyacht DUBAI SHADOW She Caters For The Following Accommodation Potential:

Normally the vessel utilises circa 20 capable crew to manage.

A List of the Specifications of the DUBAI SHADOW:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht DUBAI SHADOW
Ex:Australis Mentor, Umitaka Maru
Built By:Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
Built in:Shimonoseki, Japan
Launched in:1973
Refitted in:2006
Length Overall:79 metres / 259.2 feet.
Naval Architecture:Mitsubishi Hi, Mitsubishi Hi
Gross Tonnes:1828
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steel
Owner of DUBAI SHADOW:Unknown
DUBAI SHADOW available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:United Arab Emirates
Official registry port is:Dubai
Completed survey under Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) Large Yacht Code:No
Number of Crew Members:20
The main engines are one 3304 Horse Power or 2475 Kilowatts Daihatsu.
Overall output: 3304 HP /2475 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 14 nautical miles per hour.
Her top Speed is around 15 knots.
Range: 5000 at a speed of 14 knots.
Fuel Capacity: 572000 L.
Potable water capacity: 388000.00.
Yacht Beam: 12.4m/40.7ft.
Draught at deepest: 5.35m/17.55ft.
DUBAI SHADOW Disclaimer:

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