VELSHEDA Camper & Nicholsons
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A General Description of Sailing Yacht VELSHEDA
This sailing yacht VELSHEDA is a 39 m 129 (foot) well proportioned steel ship which was developed by Camper & Nicholsons and her design is by Charles E Nicholson and Gerard Djikstra. The graceful superyacht has been envisaged from a naval architect called Charles E. Nicholson and Gerard Djikstra. John Munford acted on the interior design.
The Shipyard Work & Design for Luxury Yacht VELSHEDA
Charles E Nicholson was the naval architect firm involved in the formal nautical plans for VELSHEDA. Her interior design was conceived by John Munford. Charles E Nicholson and Gerard Djikstra is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this boat. the United Kingdom is the country that Camper & Nicholsons built their new build sailing yacht in. After the formal launch in 1933 in Gosport the boat was thereafter delivered on to the owner having completed sea trials. Her main hull was constructed with steel. The sailing yacht superstructure component is made for the most part using teak. With a beam of 6.6 metres / 21.65 ft VELSHEDA has moderate interior. A reasonably deep draught of 4.8m (15.75ft) selects the number of overall ports she can enter, depending on their specific depth at low tide. She had refit improvement and changes undertaken in 2006.
S/Y VELSHEDA Engineering Figures & Range & Speed:
Fitted with a single MTU diesel engines, VELSHEDA is able to reach a high speed of 11 knots. She is driven by a single screw propeller. Her total HP is 405 HP and her total Kilowatts are 298.
Accommodation Provided by Superyacht VELSHEDA:
The well proportioned luxury yacht sailing yacht VELSHEDA is able to sleep a total of 10 passengers and 7 qualified crew.
A List of the Specifications of the VELSHEDA:
|Superyacht Name:||Sailing Yacht VELSHEDA|
|Built By:||CAMPER & NICHOLSONS|
|Built in:||Gosport, United Kingdom|
|Length Overall:||39.4 metres / 129.27 feet.|
|Waterline Length:||27.8 (91.21 ft)|
|Naval Architecture:||Charles E Nicholson and Gerard Djikstra, Charles E Nicholson|
|Designers Involved in Yacht Design:||Gerard Djikstra|
|Interior Designers:||John Munford|
|Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:||steel / teak|
|Owner of VELSHEDA:||Unknown|
|VELSHEDA available for luxury yacht charters:||-|
|Is the yacht for sale:||-|
|Helicopter Landing Pad:||No|
|Material Used For Deck:||aluminium-teak|
|The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:||Channel Islands|
|Official registry port is:||Guernsey|
|Home port:||Portsmouth, The United Kingdom|
|Class society used:||LR (Lloyds Register)|
|Max yacht charter guests:||10|
|Number of Crew Members:||7|
|Her Engine(s) is one 405 HP or 298 kW MTU.|
|Giving the combined power of 405 HP /298 KW.|
|Cruise Speed:||10 nautical miles per hour.|
|Top Speed:||11 nautical miles per hour.|
|Fuel Capacity:||5450 L.|
|Gensets:||Northern Lights 2 times 45 kilowatts.|
|Total Sail Size:||8402.|
|Waterline Length (LWL):||27.8m/91.21ft.|
|Draught at deepest:||4.8m/15.75ft.|
Miscellaneous Yacht Details
Her deck material is predominantly a aluminium-teak deck.
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Camper & Nicholsons became known for its fast, wooden racing sailing yachts, which included the famed J-Class sloops that competed in the America’s Cup Races of the early 20th century, including two J-Class boats commissioned by Sir Thomas Sopwith, Endeavour and Endeavour II.