Yacht: Acajou

June 21, 2009 by yachtlover
Designer: Bannenberg Designs
Base Location: GREECE
Engine: MTU
Material: mahogany
LOA: 43.3 m (142.0')
Draft: 2.19 m (7.2')
Beam: 8 m (25')
Cruise Speed: 2.19 knots
Max Speed: 30 knots
Year: 1981
Guests: 10
Crew: 8
Country Built: France
Naval Architect: Andre Mauric
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: France

Motor Yacht Acajou

Motor Yacht Acajou (if no photo above please add an image here) is a 43.28m (142 feet) luxury yacht as was finished in the year 1981 by Chantiers Navals De Lesterel in France. BANNENBERG DESIGNS LTD designed the superyachts beautiful exterior design. Andre Mauric formulated her naval architecture. Bannenberg Ltd was given the task of being the creator of the interior design work. The material mahogany was employed in building the superyacht hull. The draft depth in m is 2.19 (7.2 ft) and the yacht beam width in in metres is 7.74 (25.4 feet). Also, marine ply was utilised in the construction of the superstructure.

More Specifications + Acajou Performance
Acajou has a economical cruising speed at approximately 25 knots and her navigable range of around 1500 nm. 27500 – lt is the max bunkering storage limit providing the furthest range.

Acajou Accommodation
Acajou was designed with accommodations for up to 10 guests. The yacht is actually has the ability to be accommodating up to 8 crew to make a tranquil luxury yacht vacation experience.

More Info For The Motor Yacht
This yacht is propelled by MTU. Her flag is France.

Acajou Yacht Charter
Please contact a preferred experienced yacht charter broker firm for details on having a charter holiday on Acajou, or for queries about whether she could be able to be hired for yacht charters. If you are interested, also talk to a yacht sales broker to investigate if Acajou could be available for sale to purchase and get a listing price.

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