LADY D Quality Shipbuilders

From the Quality Shipbuilders shipyard in the United States the LADY D is 56 ...

LADY D Quality Shipbuilders

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A General Description of Motor Yacht LADY D

From the Quality Shipbuilders shipyard in the United States the LADY D is 56 metre 185 (ft) in length. Superyacht LADY D is able to accommodate up to 24 people with 16 professional crew. The yacht is a older converted private yacht. Her former names or project names are 106 Salem; Tortuga; Quest; Lady J. She can attain a maximum speed of 13 knots.

The New Build & Yacht Design relating to Luxury Yacht LADY D

Quality Shipbuilders was the naval architect firm involved in the formal vessel plans for LADY D. Also the company Quality Shipbuilders and Halter Marine successfully collaborated on this undertaking. the United States is the country that Quality Shipbuilders completed their new build motor yacht in. After official launch in 1976 in Moss Point La she was afterwards released to the owner after sea trials and testing. The core hull was built out of steel. The motor yacht superstructure component is fabricated for the most part using steel. With a width of 11.95 m or 39.2 feet LADY D has fairly large interior. A fairly deep draught of 4.27m (14ft) determines the number of overall marinas she can enter into, depending on their individual characteristics. She had refit maintenance and modification completed by 1990.

Engines & Speeds On M/Y LADY D:

On board Superyacht LADY D There is Guest Accommodation Capacity For:

Providing room for a limit of 24 yacht guests staying on board, the LADY D accommodates everyone comfortably. This ship uses approximately 16 proficient crew members to manage.

A List of the Specifications of the LADY D:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht LADY D
Ex:106 Salem; Tortuga; Quest; Lady J
Built By:Quality Shipbuilders Inc.
Built in:Moss Point La, United States
Launched in:1976
Refitted in:1990
Length Overall:56.4 metres / 185 feet.
Waterline Length:49.53 (162.5 ft)
Naval Architecture:Quality Shipbuilders and Halter Marine, Quality Shipbuilders
Designers Involved in Yacht Design:Halter Marine
Gross Tonnes:1285
Nett Tonnes:385
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steel
Owner of LADY D:Unknown
LADY D available for luxury yacht charters:-
Is the yacht for sale:-
Helicopter Landing Pad:No
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:Antigua
Official registry port is:St John's
Home port:Seattle Wa, USA
Class society used:ABS (American Bureau of Shipping)
Max yacht charter guests:24
Number of Crew Members:16
Her Engine(s): Nohab Polar
Model: diesel
Overall output: 1760 HP /1295 KW.
Approximate Cruise Speed is 10 nautical miles per hour.
Her top Speed is around 13 nautical miles per hour.
Range: 13000 at a speed of 10 knots.
Bunkering capacity: 254163 L.
Water: 50431.00.
Generators: 2 x 6v71 Detroit 99kw and 1 x 471 Detroit harbor generator
Some locations the yacht has visited: Johor Bahru. Malaysia. Johor.
Stabaliser Stabality devices: Naiad.
Bow Thrusters: Sunstrand.
Beam: 11.95m/39.2ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 49.53m/162.5ft.
Draught Maximum: 4.27m/14ft.
Yacht Type: converted private yacht.

Further Information On The Yacht

In Sept 2009 LADY D visited Johor Bahru, in Malaysia. LADY D has cruised the location near Johor during the month of October 2009.

LADY D Disclaimer:

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