AIZU Antibes Marine Chantier Trehard Sa

This sailing yacht AIZU is a 30 m 100 (ft) well proportioned aluminium ship ...

AIZU Antibes Marine Chantier Trehard Sa

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A General Description of Sailing Yacht AIZU ex SUSANNE AF STOCKHOLM

This sailing yacht AIZU is a 30 m 100 (ft) well proportioned aluminium ship which was constructed by Antibes Marine Chantier Trehard and devised by Gilles Vaton. Sleeping 8 passengers and 5 crew, sailing yacht AIZU was known by the name Whither as her build project name and/or actual name. Launched to celebration by 1989 her reasonably traditional interior design showcases the yachting ideals which are originating from Hubert De Givenchy/Alain Reynaud and the owner who commissioned the yacht.

The Building & Design for Luxury Yacht AIZU

Gilles Vaton was the naval architect involved in the formal vessel design work for AIZU. Her interior design was conceived by Hubert De Givenchy/Alain Reynaud. Gilles Vaton is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this yacht. France is the country that Antibes Marine Chantier Trehard constructed their new build sailing yacht in. After the official launch in 1989 in Antibes she was thereafter released to the owner having completed sea trials. Her core hull was crafted from aluminium. The sailing yacht superstructure component is fabricated extensively using aluminium. The length of the luxury yacht on deck is 28.19 (92.5 ft). With a beam of 7.16 m / 23.5 feet AIZU has moderate room. A fairly deep draught of 5.21m (17.1ft) affects the amount of marinas she can berth in, depending on their specific depth at low tide. She had refit maintenance and alteration work undertaken in 2001.

S/Y AIZU Engineering Figures & Speed:

Fitted with twin CATERPILLAR diesel main engines, AIZU is able to reach a top speed of 12 knots. She is driven by twin screw propellers. Her total HP is 500 HP and her total Kilowatts are 368.

Accommodation Aboard Superyacht AIZU:

The well proportioned luxury yacht S/Y AIZU is able to sleep as many as 8 passengers and 5 professional crew.

A List of the Specifications of the AIZU:

Superyacht Name:Sailing Yacht AIZU
Built By:Antibes Marine Chantier Trehard S.A.
Built in:Antibes, French
Launched in:1989
Refitted in:2001
Length Overall:30.2 metres / 100 feet.
Waterline Length:25.05 (82.2 ft)
Naval Architecture:Gilles Vaton, Gilles Vaton
Interior Designers:Hubert De Givenchy/Alain Reynaud
Gross Tonnes:89
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:aluminium / aluminium
Owner of AIZU:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:French
Official registry port is:Saint Martin
Home port:Saint Martin, France
Class society used:BV (Bureau Veritas)
Max yacht charter guests:8
Number of Crew Members:5
Her Engine(s) is two 250 HP / 184 kW Caterpillar.
Total engine power output 500 HP /368 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 11 knots.
Her top Speed is around 12 knots.
Bunkering capacity: 5678 L.
Fresh water: 5678.00.
Total Sail Size: 4298.
Yacht Beam: 7.16m/23.5ft.
Length on Deck: 28.19m/92.5ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 25.05m/82.2ft.
Draught at deepest: 5.21m/17.1ft.
The minimum draught is 1.71m/5.6ft.

Miscellaneous Yacht Details

AIZU features a teak deck.

AIZU Disclaimer:

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