GRAND CRU Baglietto
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A Summary of Motor Yacht GRAND CRU
Originating from the Baglietto ship building company in Italy the GRAND CRU is 50 m 164 (foot) in length. Launched to celebration for 1995 this boat’s internal styling proffers the stately ambience of Giorgio Vafiadis. Superyacht GRAND CRU is able to accommodate up to 12 people with 8 professional crew. The old, former or build project names are Richfield; Sonia. She can attain a maximum speed of 20 knots.
The Build & Designing relating to Luxury Yacht GRAND CRU
Bannenberg Designs Ltd (Hull) was the naval architect involved in the technical superyacht composition for GRAND CRU. Also the company Bannenberg Designs Ltd (Hull) and Falcone & Mantero expertly worked on this project. Interior designer Giorgio Vafiadis was charged with the overall interior ambience. Built at Cnb Yachts (Cantieri Navali Baglietto) the vessel was fabricated in the country of Italy. She was officially launched in La Spezia in 1995 before being handed over to the owner. The main hull was built out of aluminium. The motor yacht superstructure component is fabricated mostly from aluminium. With a width of 8.2 metres or 26.9 feet GRAND CRU has spacious interior. She had refit maintenance and alteration work completed by 1999.
The Main Engines And The Crusie Speed The M/Y GRAND CRU :
The 12V 396 TE84 engine powering the yacht is built by MTU. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. The engine of the yacht produces 1875 horse power (or 1380 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The combined output for the yacht is therefore 3750 HP or 2759 KW.
Aboard Superyacht GRAND CRU She Caters For The Following Main Accommodation Potential:
Having cabins for a maximum of 12 welcome guests overnighting, the GRAND CRU accommodates everyone luxuriously. Normally the vessel utilises circa 8 professional crew members to maintain and sail.
A List of the Specifications of the GRAND CRU:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht GRAND CRU|
|Built By:||Cantieri Navali Baglietto (CNB)|
|Built in:||La Spezia, Italian|
|Length Overall:||49.99 metres / 164 feet.|
|Naval Architecture:||Bannenberg Designs Ltd (Hull) and Falcone & Mantero, Bannenberg Designs (Hull)|
|Designers Involved in Yacht Design:||Falcone & Mantero|
|Interior Designers:||Giorgio Vafiadis|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||aluminium / aluminium|
|Owner of GRAND CRU:||Unknown|
|GRAND CRU 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:||Hong Kong|
|Official registry port is:||Hong Kong|
|Home port:||Hong Kong, Hong Kong|
|Max yacht charter guests:||12|
|Number of Crew Members:||8|
|Her Engine(s) is two 1875 HP or 1380 kW MTU. The Model type is 12V 396 TE84 diesel.|
|Total engine power output 3750 HP /2759 KW.|
|Approximate Cruise Speed is 17 knots.|
|Top Speed:||20 nautical miles per hour.|
|Range in nautical Miles is 4800 at a speed of 12 knots.|
|Fuel Capacity:||60000 L.|
Further Information On The Yacht
This motor yacht has a teak deck.
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.