LADY PHOENIX Astilleros Tarrab Sa

This 30 metre (100 ft) luxury yacht was developed by Astilleros Tarrab in ...

LADY PHOENIX Astilleros Tarrab Sa

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A General Description of Motor Yacht LADY PHOENIX

This 30 metre (100 ft) luxury yacht was developed by Astilleros Tarrab in 1997. Motor Yacht LADY PHOENIX is a well proportioned superyacht. The firm of naval architecture that made this yacht's design details on the yacht was Tarrab Design. The original interior design and styling is by Tarrab Design. Luxury yacht LADY PHOENIX is a interesting yacht that is able to accommodate up to 8 people on board and has a total of 4 qualified crew.

Shipyard Work & Yacht Design relating to Luxury Yacht LADY PHOENIX

Tarrab Design was the naval architect involved in the technical nautical design work for LADY PHOENIX. Also the company Tarrab Design successfully collaborated on this undertaking. Interior designer Tarrab Design was employed for the creative internal ambience. In 1997 she was formally launched to celebration in Tigre and following sea trials and detailing was then handed over to the yacht owner. Astilleros Tarrab completed their new build motor yacht in Argentina. The hull was crafted from composite. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated largely using composite. With a width of 7.62 m / 25 ft LADY PHOENIX has moderate interior. She has a shallow draught of 1.92m (6.3ft).

Engines & Speed For M/Y LADY PHOENIX:

The 16V 92TA engine installed in the motor yacht is built by DDC. LADY PHOENIX is propelled by twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship gives 1450 horse power (or 1067 kilowatts). She is fitted with 2 engines. The sum thrust for the boat is 2900 HP / 2134 KW. With respect to stabalisers she was built with Naiad.

For Superyacht LADY PHOENIX She Caters For The Following Passenger Accommodation Format:

Bestowing bedding for a maximum of 8 welcome guests sleeping aboard, the LADY PHOENIX accommodates them comfortably. Under normal conditions she requires approximately 4 capable yacht crew to maintain and sail.

A List of the Specifications of the LADY PHOENIX:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht LADY PHOENIX
Built By:Astilleros Tarrab S.A.
Built in:Tigre, Argentina
Launched in:1997
Length Overall:30.2 metres / 100 feet.
Waterline Length:25.76 (84.5 ft)
Naval Architecture:Tarrab Design, Tarrab Design
Interior Designers:Tarrab Design
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:composite / composite
Owner of LADY PHOENIX:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:grp-teak
Home port:Fort Lauderdale, USA
Class society used:DNV (Det Norske Veritas)
Max yacht charter guests:8
Number of Crew Members:4
The propulsion comes from two 1450 HP / 1067 kW Ddc. Model: 16V 92TA diesel.
Overall output: 2900 HP /2134 KW.
Cruise Speed: 21 nautical miles per hour.
Top Speed: 24 nautical miles per hour.
Approximate range: 2000 at a speed of 12 knots.
Fuel Capacity: 14760 L.
Potable water capacity: 2000.00.
Generators: Onan 2 times 45 kilowatts.
Stabaliser Stabality devices: Naiad.
Yacht Beam: 7.62m/25ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 25.76m/84.5ft.
Draught Maximum: 1.92m/6.3ft.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

Her deck material is predominantly a grp-teak deck.

LADY PHOENIX Disclaimer:

The luxury yacht LADY PHOENIX displayed on this page is merely informational and she is not necessarily available for yacht charter or for sale, nor is she represented or marketed in anyway by CharterWorld. This web page and the superyacht information contained herein is not contractual. All yacht specifications and informations are displayed in good faith but CharterWorld does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the current accuracy, completeness, validity, or usefulness of any superyacht information and/or images displayed. All boat information is subject to change without prior notice and may not be current.

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