RUWAN YARU Feadship
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A Summary of Motor Yacht RUWAN YARU
RUWAN YARU used to be project/yacht name Ogina Bereton. This 50 metre (164 foot) luxury yacht was created by The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard in 1975. Motor Yacht RUWAN YARU is a substantial superyacht. The firm of naval architecture who actualised the drawings on this ship is De Voogt Naval Architects.
The Shipyard Work & Designing for Luxury Yacht RUWAN YARU
De Voogt Naval Architects was the naval architect firm involved in the professional vessel design work for RUWAN YARU. Also the company De Voogt Naval Architects successfully collaborated on this venture. Created by The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard the vessel was fabricated in the country of the Netherlands. She was officially launched in Kaag in 1975 before being transferred to the owner.
A List of the Specifications of the RUWAN YARU:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht RUWAN YARU|
|Built By:||Feadship - Royal Van Lent Shipyard|
|Built in:||Kaag, Dutch|
|Length Overall:||50 metres / 164.04 feet.|
|Naval Architecture:||De Voogt Naval Architects, De Voogt Naval Architects|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||- / -|
|Owner of RUWAN YARU:||Unknown|
|RUWAN YARU available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||Nigeria|
|Class society used:||LR (Lloyds Register)|
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“The way we design, is we design fully custom, fully unique yachts, we start with a blank piece of paper and we start asking the client how they use the boat, what they want to do on board, what kind of experience they have but we also want input on what kind of styling they like... It’s about getting to learn about the owner and how they want to use the boat.” - Ronno Schouten, Design Manager of De Voogt Naval Architects