YANBU Bath Iron Works Corp

The important superyacht YANBU is a motor yacht. This 50 m (165 ft) luxury ...

YANBU Bath Iron Works Corp

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A Summary of Motor Yacht YANBU

The important superyacht YANBU is a motor yacht. This 50 m (165 ft) luxury yacht was built by Bath Iron Works rp in 1931. YANBU used to be named Seapine; Uss Rhodolite (Usn); Yankee; Seapine; Calypso; Corfu; Aleta Ii; Pollyanna. Superyacht YANBU is a beautiful yacht that can sleep up to 11 passengers on board and has a total of 12 crew members. The graceful motor yacht has been brought about from the naval architecture of Henry J. Gielow.

The Build & Designing for Luxury Yacht YANBU

The yacht's general design work came from Henry J Gielow. The formal naval architect plans are the creation of Henry J Gielow. In 1931 she was actually launched with triumph in Bath Me and following sea trials and final completion was then delivered to the new owner. Bath Iron Works rp completed their new build motor yacht in the United States. The hull was crafted from steel. The motor yacht superstructure component is made predominantly from steel. With a width of 7.83 m or 25.7 feet YANBU has reasonable interior. She has a reasonably deep draught of 3.35m (11ft). She had refit improvement and changes carried out in 1983.

M/Y YANBU Engineering & Speeds:

She for its propulsion uses twin efficient GM diesel engine(s) and can touch a prudent maximum continuous speed at 12 knots. The main engine of the yacht generates 800 horse power (or 589 kilowatts). Her total HP is 1600 HP and her total Kilowatts are 1177. Her propulsion units are twin screw propellers. As for the yacht’s stabalisers she was supplied with Vosper. Her efficacious cruising speed is 11 knots which makes a range of 5330.

Superyacht YANBU Has Accommodations:

Offering chambers for a maximum of 11 yacht guests sleeping aboard, the YANBU accommodates them comfortably. Normally the vessel uses approximately 12 proficient crewmembers to maintain and sail.

A List of the Specifications of the YANBU:

Superyacht Name:Motor Yacht YANBU
Ex:Seapine; Uss Rhodolite (Usn); Yankee; Seapine; Calypso; Corfu; Aleta Ii; Pollyanna
Built By:Bath Iron Works Corp.
Built in:Bath Me, United States
Launched in:1931
Refitted in:1983
Length Overall:50.23 metres / 164.8 feet.
Waterline Length:45.5 (149.3 ft)
Naval Architecture:Henry J Gielow, Henry J Gielow
Gross Tonnes:588
Nett Tonnes:302
Hull / Superstructure Construction Material:steel / steel
Owner of YANBU:Unknown
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Helicopter Landing Pad:No
Material Used For Deck:teak
The Country the Yacht is Flagged in:United Kingdom
Official registry port is:Southampton
Home port:Piraeus, Greece
Class society used:LR (Lloyds Register)
Max yacht charter guests:11
Number of Crew Members:12
The main engines are two 800 Horse Power / 589 kW GM. Engine Model: 12V 149N diesel.
Total engine power output 1600 HP /1177 KW.
Cruising at a speed of 11 nautical miles per hour.
Her top Speed is around 12 nautical miles per hour.
Range: 5330 at a speed of 12 knots.
Bunkering capacity: 90840 L.
Fresh water: 15140.00.
Stabalisers: Vosper.
Yacht Beam: 7.83m/25.7ft.
Waterline Length (LWL): 45.5m/149.3ft.
Draught Maximum: 3.35m/11ft.

Further Information On The Yacht

YANBU features a teak deck.

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