Bremer Vulkan completed motor yacht FULK AL-SALAMAH in 1987. The yacht was ...


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A Summary of Motor Yacht FULK AL-SALAMAH

Bremer Vulkan completed motor yacht FULK AL-SALAMAH in 1987. The yacht was built country of Germany. FULK AL-SALAMAH is a yacht which had yacht design and naval architecture compiled by Bremer Vulkan and Burness Corlett - Three Quays and Bremer Vulkan.

Motor yacht FULK AL- SALAMAH which means Ship of Peace is an amphibious transport and logistics ship, assigned to the Royal Yacht Squadron of Oman. The support ship is often seen in company with the royal yacht AL SAID. The yacht is owned by Sultan Sayyed Qabus bin Said as Said of Oman (also known as Sultan Qaboos bin Said). The yachts aft helicopter deck and hangar is very similar to luxury motor yacht OCTOPUS.

The Construction & Yacht Design for Luxury Yacht FULK AL-SALAMAH

Bremer Vulkan was the naval architect involved in the professional vessel design work for FULK AL-SALAMAH. Also the company Bremer Vulkan and Burness Corlett - Three Quays skillfully worked on this venture. In 1987 she was actually launched with accolade in Vegesack and post sea trials and detailing was then delivered to the owner who commissioned her. Bremer Vulkan Ag completed their new build motor yacht in Germany. The core hull was crafted from steel. The motor yacht superstructure component is made largely with steel. With a width of 21.04 metres or 69 ft FULK AL-SALAMAH has huge internal space. She has a fairly 6.01 (19.7 ft) draught of 6.01m (19.7ft).

The Main Engines And The Crusie Speed The M/Y FULK AL-SALAMAH is Able To Achieve:

The A420-6 engine powering the yacht is built by GM. FULK AL-SALAMAH is propelled by twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship gives 4200 horse power (or FULK AL-SALAMAH kilowatts). She is equiped with 4 engines. The total power for the boat is accordingly 16800 HP / 12362 KW.

For Superyacht FULK AL-SALAMAH She Caters For The Following Passenger Accommodation Capacity For:

She also carries approx 130 expert qualified crew to maintain and sail.

A List of the Specifications of the FULK AL-SALAMAH:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht FULK AL-SALAMAH
Ex:78 Ghubat Al-Salamah
Built By:Bremer Vulkan A.G.
Built in:Vegesack, German
Launched in:1987
Length Overall:136.33 metres / 447.3 feet.
Waterline Length:125.02 (410.2 ft)
Naval Architecture:Bremer Vulkan and Burness Corlett - Three Quays, Bremer Vulkan
Designers Involved in Yacht Design:Burness Corlett - Three Quays
Gross Tonnes:10864
Nett Tonnes:5185
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steel
Owner of FULK AL-SALAMAH:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:steel
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:Oman
Official registry port is:Mina Qaboos
Home port:Mina Qaboos, Oman
Class society used:LR (Lloyds Register)
Number of Crew Members:130
The propulsion comes from four 4200 Horse Power / FULK AL-SALAMAH Kilowatts GM. Model: A420-6 diesel.
Total engine power output 16800 HP /12362 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 19 knots.
Top Speed: 21 knots.
Fresh water: unknown.
Gensets: 3 times 1260 kilowatts.
Beam: 21.04m/69ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 125.02m/410.2ft.
Draught Maximum: 6.01m/19.7ft.
Yacht Type: converted private yacht.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

FULK AL-SALAMAH features a steel deck.


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