DRAGONFLY Hanseatic Marine
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THIS PAGE IS PURELY INFORMATIONAL
Motor Yacht DRAGONFLY (ex Silver Zwei, Fangio) is a 73 m (240ft) yacht, custom built by Australian yacht builder Hanseatic Marine based south of Perth at Cockburn Sound. Mega yacht DRAGONFLY is the world's largest conventionally powered motor yacht, as well as the longest yacht made from all-aluminium. She is well known for her high speed, long range and a low fuel consumption.
Designed by Espen Oeino Design, DRAGONFLY (ex Silver Zwei, Fangio) superyacht features beautiful and elegant design, comfortable accommodation, reliability, facilities and quality workmanship.
|L.O.A.:||73.3 m (240'5'')|
|Max Speed:||27 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 16V 4000 M71|
|Locations:||Recent New Yacht Launches, Chile, classic, Turkey, Ibiza, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND, THE MEDITERRANEAN, US Virgin Islands|
The extremely agile light weight, aluminum Superyacht DRAGONFLY can attain a top speed of 27 knots. With her very low fuel consumption of around 400 litres/h averaging 18-19 knots, she can cover over 4,500 nautical miles.
Superyacht DRAGONFLY (ex Silver Zwei, Fangio) has cabins for up to 18 people and a crew of 16.
Amenities and Extras
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