MISS SYDNEY Westport Shipyard
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A Summary of Motor Yacht MISS SYDNEY
Westport Shipyard launched motor yacht MISS SYDNEY in 2008. Accordingly, she can be categorised as having been built in the United States. MISS SYDNEY had her yacht design and naval architecture compiled by William Garden and Gregory C. Marshall and William Garden. This superyacht MISS SYDNEY is able to accommodate a capacity of 10 aboard together with around 7 professional crew. Completed by 2008 this boat’s interior design exhibits the modern expressions emanating from the boards of Pacific Custom Interiors.
The Building & Naval Architecture of Luxury Yacht MISS SYDNEY
William Garden was the naval architecture company involved in the formal nautical design work for MISS SYDNEY. Also the company William Garden and Gregory C Marshall skillfully worked on this undertaking. Interior designer Pacific Custom Interiors was selected for the creative interior styling. Built by Westport Shipyard this vessel was fabricated in the known yacht building country the United States. She was officially launched in Westport Wa in 2008 before being transferred to the owner. Her main hull was constructed with composite. The motor yacht main superstructure is fabricated extensively with composite. With a beam of 7.92 m or 26 feet MISS SYDNEY has reasonable size. A reasonably shallow draught of 1.83m (6.6ft) selects the amount of certain marinas she can visit, taking into account their individual depth.
The Engineering And The Speed/Range That M/Y MISS SYDNEY is Able To Achieve:
The 12V 4000 M90 engine powering the yacht is produced by MTU. For propulsion MISS SYDNEY has twin screw propellers (schaffran 5 blades). The main engine of the ship gives 2735 horse power (or 2013 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The total thrust for the boat is accordingly 5470 HP or 4025 KW. As far as stabalisers are concerned she utilises Naiad. The bow thrusters are Wesmar.
Aboard Superyacht MISS SYDNEY There is Guest Accommodation Layout:
With space for a limit of 10 yacht guests staying on board, the MISS SYDNEY accommodates them in style. The boat has room for approx 7 expert crew members to operate.
A List of the Specifications of the MISS SYDNEY:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht MISS SYDNEY|
|Built By:||Westport Shipyard|
|Built in:||Westport Wa, United States|
|Length Overall:||39.62 metres / 130 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||35.02 (113.8 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||William Garden and Gregory C Marshall, William Garden|
|Designers Involved in Yacht Design:||Gregory C Marshall|
|Interior Designers:||Pacific Custom Interiors|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||composite / composite|
|Owner of MISS SYDNEY:||Unknown|
|MISS SYDNEY available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Max yacht charter guests:||10|
|Number of Crew Members:||7|
|Main Engine(s) is two 2735 Horse Power / 2013 Kilowatts MTU. Model:||12V 4000 M90 diesel.|
|Giving the combined power of 5470 HP /4025 KW.|
|Approximate Cruise Speed is 24 knots.|
|Her top Speed is around 28 knots.|
|Range:||2300 at a speed of 11.5 knots.|
|Fuel tanks:||37476 L.|
|Generators:||Northern Lights 2 times 65 kilowatts.|
|Stabaliser Stabality devices:||Naiad.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||35.02m/113.8ft.|
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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