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A Summary of Motor Yacht VAVA
Hailing from the The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard ship building company in the Netherlands the VAVA is 47 m 155 (foot) in length. Launched by 1996 this boat’s interior decoration illustrates the yachting ideals in the designing of Robert De Nijs. Superyacht VAVA is able to accommodate up to 12 passengers with 11 qualified crew. Her former names or project names were 773. She will attain a high speed of 16 knots.
The New Build & Naval Architecture relating to Luxury Yacht VAVA
De Voogt Naval Architects was the naval architect involved in the technical nautical composition for VAVA. Also the company De Voogt Naval Architects expertly worked on this venture. Interior designer Robert De Nijs was employed for the internal interior ambience. Created at The Feadship Royal Van Lent Shipyard this yacht was built in the yacht producing country of the Netherlands. She was officially launched in Kaag in 1996 before being transferred to the owner. A fairly large feeling is manifested with a total beam (width) of 8.69 m / 28.5 ft. With a 2.68m (8.8ft) draught (maximum depth) she is reasonably shallow. The material steel was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure over the hull is created with the use of aluminium. In 2005 further refit work and updating was in addition finished.
The Main Engines And The Crusie Speed The M/Y VAVA is Capable Of:
The 3512 DITA engine powering the yacht is made by CATERPILLAR. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. The engine of the ship creates 1200 horse power (or 883 kilowatts). She is equiped with 2 engines. The combined power for the boat is thus 2400 HP or 1766 KW. As for stabalisers she was built with Vosper.
Aboard Superyacht VAVA She has The Following Main Accommodation Format:
With bedding for a maximum of 12 welcome guests sleeping aboard, the VAVA accommodates them luxuriously. The boat requires approximately 11 proficient crew to manage.
A List of the Specifications of the VAVA:
|Superyacht Name:||Motor Yacht VAVA|
|Built By:||Feadship - Royal Van Lent Shipyard|
|Built in:||Kaag, Dutch|
|Length Overall:||47.3 metres / 155.2 feet.|
|Naval Architecture:||De Voogt Naval Architects, De Voogt Naval Architects|
|Interior Designers:||Robert De Nijs|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||steel / aluminium|
|Owner of VAVA:||Unknown|
|VAVA 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:||Golfe Juan, France|
|Max yacht charter guests:||12|
|Number of Crew Members:||11|
|Her Engine(s) is two 1200 Horse Power or 883 Kilowatts Caterpillar. The Model type is 3512 DITA diesel.|
|Giving the combined power of 2400 HP /1766 KW.|
|Approximate Cruise Speed is 15 knots.|
|Top Speed:||16 nautical miles per hour.|
|Bunkering capacity:||64500 L.|
|Has been to:||Palma. Spain. Illes Balears. Balearic Islands.|
|Stabaliser Stabality devices:||Vosper.|
|Draught at deepest:||2.68m/8.8ft.|
Further Information On The Yacht
Around October 2009 VAVA cruised Palma, in Spain. VAVA also traveled the area within Illes Balears during the month of October 2009. VAVA 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