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A General Description of Motor Yacht TATASU
TATASU is ex project/yacht name 771. This 48 m (156 foot) luxury yacht was produced by The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard in 1994. Motor Yacht TATASU is a spacious superyacht. The firm of naval architecture whom authored the drawings in respect of the yacht was De Voogt Naval Architects. This boat's interior was the talent of Larvor. Luxury yacht TATASU is a well crafted yacht that is able to accommodate a total of 12 passengers on board and has approximately 9 crew members.
The New Build & Naval Architecture for Luxury Yacht TATASU
De Voogt Naval Architects was the naval architecture company involved in the professional vessel composition for TATASU. Also the company De Voogt Naval Architects successfully worked on this undertaking. Interior designer Larvor was charged with the creative internal styling. the Netherlands is the country that The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard built their new build motor yacht in. After official launch in 1994 in Kaag she was then released to the happy owner having completed sea trials. Her main hull was constructed with steel. The motor yacht main superstructure is made extensively from aluminium. With a beam of 8.66 metres or 28.4 ft TATASU has spacious size. A reasonably shallow draught of 2.9m (9.5ft) determines the amount of marinas she can enter, depending on their minimum depth. She had refit improvement and alteration work undertaken in 2006.
Engines & Speeds On M/Y TATASU:
The 12V 149TI engine installed in the motor yacht is produced by DDC. For propulsion TATASU has twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship produces 1200 horse power (or 883 kilowatts). She is fitted with 2 engines. The combined thrust for the yacht is 2400 HP / 1766 KW. As far as stabalisers are concerned she was supplied with Vosper.
With Superyacht TATASU There is Passenger Accommodation Capacity For:
Providing room for a limit of 12 visiting passengers staying on board, the TATASU accommodates everyone in luxury. Normally the vessel uses around 9 capable crewmembers to operate.
A List of the Specifications of the TATASU:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht TATASU|
|Built By:||Feadship - Royal Van Lent Shipyard|
|Built in:||Kaag, Dutch|
|Length Overall:||47.5 metres / 155.8 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||41 (134.5 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||De Voogt Naval Architects, De Voogt Naval Architects|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||steel / aluminium|
|Owner of TATASU:||Unknown|
|TATASU available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Material Used For Deck:||teak|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||Cayman Islands|
|Official registry port is:||George Town|
|Home port:||Puerto Portals, Spain|
|Max yacht charter guests:||12|
|Number of Crew Members:||9|
|Main Engine(s) is two 1200 HP or 883 kW Ddc. Model:||12V 149TI diesel.|
|Total engine power output 2400 HP /1766 KW.|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots.|
|Top Speed:||16 nautical miles per hour.|
|Fuel tanks:||67300 L.|
|Generators:||Caterpillar 2 times 125 kilowatts.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||41m/134.5ft.|
Further Information On The Yacht
TATASU features a teak deck.
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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