KYMA ALPHA Mavrikos Bros Shipyard
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A Summary of Sailing Yacht KYMA ALPHA
The sailing yacht KYMA ALPHA is a 43 metre 140 (foot) capacious pine wood boat which was crafted at Mavrikos Bros Shipyard and concieved by Camper & Nicholsons. A spacious ketch motor sailer KYMA ALPHA is a particularily well designed Greek made yacht which was launched to accolade in 1960. Accommodating 12 guests and 9 professional crew, sailing yacht KYMA ALPHA was once called 827 (C&n) Kyma V. She could be considered a classic ketch motor sailer. The gracious boat was designed by a naval architect called Camper & Nicholsons.
The New Build & Yacht Design relating to Luxury Yacht KYMA ALPHA
Camper & Nicholsons was the naval architecture company involved in the professional vessel design work for KYMA ALPHA. Camper & Nicholsons is also associated with the yacht general design work for this boat. Created by Mavrikos Bros Shipyard the vessel was constructed in the yacht producing country of Greece. She was successfully launched in Syros in 1960 before being delivered to the owner. Her main hull was built out of pine wood. The sailing yacht main superstructure is made predominantly from aluminium. The measurement of the luxury yacht on deck is 36.42 (119.5 ft). With a width of 8 m or 26.2 feet KYMA ALPHA has fairly large size. She has a fairly deep draught of 3.2m (10.5ft). She had refit maintenance and alteration work undertaken by 1981.
S/Y KYMA ALPHA Engines And Range & Speed:
Powered by twin MERCEDES diesel engines, KYMA ALPHA can attain a top speed of 12 knots. For propulsion KYMA ALPHA has twin screw propellers. She also has an economical range of 2100 miles when sailing at her cruising speed of 11 knots. Her total HP is 650 HP and her total Kilowatts are 478.
The Guest Accommodation Provided by Superyacht KYMA ALPHA:
The spacious luxury yacht sailing yacht KYMA ALPHA can accommodate as many as 12 people in addition to 9 crew.
A List of the Specifications of the KYMA ALPHA:
|Superyacht Name:||Sailing Yacht KYMA ALPHA|
|Ex:||827 (C&n) Kyma V|
|Built By:||Mavrikos Bros. Shipyard|
|Built in:||Syros, Greek|
|Length Overall:||42.73 metres / 140.2 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||30.15 (98.9 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||Camper & Nicholsons, Camper & Nicholsons Yacht Design|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||pine wood / aluminium|
|Owner of KYMA ALPHA:||Unknown|
|KYMA ALPHA available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Material Used For Deck:||iroko|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||Greek|
|Official registry port is:||Piraeus|
|Home port:||Piraeus, Greece|
|Max yacht charter guests:||12|
|Number of Crew Members:||9|
|Her Engine(s) is two 325 Horse Power / 239 kW Mercedes.|
|Overall output:||650 HP /478 KW.|
|Cruising at a speed of 11 knots.|
|Her top Speed is around 12 knots.|
|Range:||2100 at a speed of 11 knots.|
|Bunkering capacity:||10000 L.|
|Gensets:||Mercedes 2 times 15 kilowatts.|
|Area of Sail:||4523.|
|Length on Deck:||36.42m/119.5ft.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||30.15m/98.9ft.|
|Yacht Type:||ketch motor sailer.|
Further Information On The Yacht
This sailing yacht has a iroko deck.
KYMA ALPHA Disclaimer:
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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.