Encore an Alloy Superyacht
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With launch in 2013, the 44-metre sailing yacht Encore, also known as Project AY45, is a magnificent sloop, built by the prestigious NZ shipyard, Alloy Yachts. Encore superyacht is designed by prominent Dubois Naval Architects, with the stylish interior design by the yard's in-house team in collaboration with the owners.
|Type/Year:||an Alloy Superyacht/2013|
|Max Speed:||18 knots|
|Engines:||Caterpillar C18 ACERT “D”|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Dubois Naval Architects, Dubois, Alloy Yachts|
Luxurious and comfortable accommodation aboard the Alloy superyacht Encore is divided in 4 beautiful cabins. There is the owner's suite, with a study and a full-beam bathroom, along with two VIP doubles and one twin cabin.
Dubois designed luxury yacht Encore is run by Caterpillar C18 ACERT “D” rated 873hp@ 2200 RPM diesel engine. Her beam is of 9,37m (30'7'') and her draft of 4,3m (14'1'').
Superyacht Encore offers lovely and comfortable accommodation in 4 cabins. These include the owner's cabin, boasting a study as well as a full-beam bathroom. There are also two doubles and one twin cabin.
Amenities and Extras
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"Alloy Yachts built large sailing superyachts and the New Zealand company has won numerous International Yachting Awards and has been placed as a finalist on many occasions."