LADY ELISE Westport Shipyard
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A General Description of Motor Yacht LADY ELISE
Westport Shipyard completed the building motor yacht LADY ELISE in 1999. Therefore, she has the distinction of being built country of the United States.
Build & Designing relating to Luxury Yacht LADY ELISE
the United States is the country that Westport Shipyard constructed their new build motor yacht in. After her formal launch in 1999 in Port Angeles Wa she was passed over to the happy owner having completed sea trials and testing. The material GRP composite was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is fashioned with the use of grp.
Main Engines And The Speed The M/Y LADY ELISE Can Reach:
Connected to her Ddc / MTU engine(s) are twin screw propellers. She is equiped with 2 engines.
A List of the Specifications of the LADY ELISE:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht LADY ELISE|
|Built By:||Westport Shipyard|
|Built in:||Port Angeles Wa, United States|
|Length Overall:||34.13 metres / 112 feet.|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||GRP composite / grp|
|Owner of LADY ELISE:||Unknown|
|LADY ELISE available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
LADY ELISE Disclaimer:
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'Westport's exhaustive design, tooling and build engineering processes result in a range of yachts that meet known standards for speed, draft, seakeeping abilities and range. Those performance standards include exceptional cruise speeds, allowing fast crossings and more frequent daylight arrivals at destination ports.' - Westport