After quite some time, I’m starting again to show you some other stunning sailing yachts which were exposed at the last Monaco Yacht Show. It’s actually the fourth part of the Sailing Yachts at Monaco Yacht Show. Because of their beauty, they can be presented anytime not only when exposed on a boat show. It will not take much to the next show who will start in a few weeks, on September 27.
Four Stunning Sailing Yachts
The Four beautiful yachts are Dahlak and Sybaris from Perini Navi, Innkshuk from Baltic Yachts and Ludynosa G. from McMaster Yachts. As I said in the previous episode, they are all so beautiful, they deserve to have a post for each.
The Perini Navi 38m S/Y Dahlak, designed in collaboration with French Naval Architect Philippe Briand, is the most recent addition to the company’s fleet of 60 yachts.
[source for Perini Navi yachts]
Length overall 38 m / 125 ft
LWL full load 114 ft / 34,66 m
Beam (max) 28 ft / 8.36 m
Draught (keel up) 18 ft / 5.5 m
Draught (keel down) 12 ft / 3.5 m
Cabins 4 Cabins
Maximum power 400Kw @ 2,100 rpm
Superstructure construction Aluminium
Displacement full load 162 T
Range 1,700 NM @ 12 KT
Fuel capacity 7,000t
Fresh water 3,620 lt
Main mast height above DWL 169 ft / 51.40 m
Total sail area 1,873 m2
Class and LY2 compliance ABS
Naval Architecture Briand Yacht Design
Builder Perini Navi – Viareggio, Italy
Length overall 70 m / 229 ft
Waterline length design 62.67 m / 203 ft
Beam (max) 13.24 m / 43.4 ft
Draught (keel up) 4.54 m / 13.12 ft
Draught (keel down) 11.7 m / 36.08 ft
Crew cabins 6
Gross Tonnage 887 GT
Engines 2X1440 kW MTU
Superstructure construction Aluminium
Displacement full load 920 T
Speed at maximum power 18 kt
Cruising speed 12.5 kt
Range 5.000 Nm @ 12.5 kt
Fuel capacity 73,000 lt
Fresh water 16,000 lt
Main mast height above DWL 72 m / 236 ft
Mizzen mast height above DWL 62 m / 203 ft
Class and LY2 compilance Malta Cross A1 Commercial Yachting Service, Malta Cross AMS, ACCU
Interior Design PH Design
Naval Architecture Perini Navi with consulting from Philippe Briand
Builder Perini Navi
This yacht is designed by German Frers as a lightweight, high performance sloop intended for fast, efficient and comfortable cruising. The interior styling has been made by Adam Lay to have a modern and elegant look with limed oak used as the predominant finish.
[source for all Inukshuk pics]
L.O.A. 32.64 m
D.W.L. 29.16 m
BEAM 7.43 m
DRAFT 3.35/4.85 m
DISPLACEMENT 78,232 kg (light craft)
BALLAST 31.600 kg
I 42.50 m
J 12.25 m
P 40.50 m
E 13.00 m
FUEL TANKS 4,000 L.
WATER TANKS 1,500 L.
BLACK & GREY TANKS 1,500 L.
WATERMAKER Idromar MC2-3 DUPLEX
AIRCONDITIONING Marine Air, 108000 BTU.
MAIN ENGINE Cummins QSB5.9-355
MAST AND RIGGING Southern Spar, EC6 Carbon
BATTERIES Service batteries Mastervolt LI-ION 2000 Ah 24V.
AC SYSTEM 220 VAC 50Hz
ELECTRONICS VHF Sailor, Inmarsat mini-C, KVH TracPhone V3, Wave WiFi, Radar /plotter Furuno
MFDBB NavNet3D, GPS Furuno, AIS Furuno, Sirius weather receiver, Navtex Furuno
NAVAL ARCHITECT Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering
INTERIOR STYLING Adam Lay Studio
NUMBER OF CABINS 1x Owner, 1x VIP, 2x Guest, 1x Childrens, 2x Crew
DELIVERY YEAR 2013
LUDYNOSA.G was designed by Dubois Naval Architects and built by Fitzroy Yachts in New Zealand. She combines interior luxury and comfort with a distinctive exterior styling. An optimal sailing performance seems assured. The interior is designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon, and it’s enhanced by large hull windows providing plenty of natural light. She was launched in 2005 and is now for sale with €8.25M.
[source for Ludynosa G pics]
Length overall 37.5m (123′)
Beam 8.2m (27′)
Draft 4m (13′)
Gross 170 tonnes
1 x 700hp (522kw) Caterpillar
3406E ‘D’ rated
Speeds Under Power
Cruising: 11-12 knots
Full speed: 13-14 knots
3750nm at 10 knots
2 x 45kw Northern Lights model
Fuel – 15,700 litres
Water – 5,400 litres
1 x Full width Owner’s cabin with en-suite shower room
1 x VIP queen cabin with en-suite shower room
2 x Twin cabins with en-suite shower rooms and an additional Pullman berth in each. One twin cabin can convert to a double
3 x Crew cabins – all en-suite – accommodating up to six crew
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