Philip Mein

Yacht: Black Swan Of 1899

April 15, 2009 by Philip Mein
Base Location: ITALY
Engine: GM
Material: teak and oak frames
LOA: 40.3 m (132.1')
Draft: 4.1 m (13.5')
Beam: 6 m (20')
Cruise Speed: 4.1 knots
Max Speed: 11 knots
Year: 1899
Guests: 8
Crew: 6
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: Charles E Nicholson
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: Italy

Sailing Yacht Black Swan Of 1899

Sailing Yacht Black Swan Of 1899 (if there is no photo image above are you able to add an image) is a 40.25m (132.1 feet) luxury yacht being launched in the year 1899 by Camper And Nicholson in the UK. She was once called 142 Brynhild; Black Swan; Changrilla. Charles E Nicholson was the naval architect. The material teak and oak frames was used to fabricate the superyacht hull. The draft depth in metres is 4.1 (13.5 ft) and the yacht beam width in in m is 6.2 (20.3 feet). Her super structure is teak.

Black Swan Of 1899 Performance + Other Specifications
Black Swan Of 1899 makes way with a economical cruising speed of 10 knots and her navigable range of around 700 nautical miles. 5500 – litre is the total fuel volume giving the max range.

Accommodation on Black Swan Of 1899
Black Swan Of 1899 has sleeping accommodation for a capacity of 8 guests of the owner. She is also has the ability to be carrying the max number of 6 crew aboard to ensure the luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

Related Info About The Sailing Yacht
This yacht has her main engines manufactured by GM. She is flagged in Italy.

Black Swan Of 1899 Yacht Charters
Get in touch with your independent yacht charter broker firm for details on chartering Black Swan Of 1899, and for queries about whether she could be able to be hired for yacht charters. In addition, you can request a yacht sales broker to know if Black Swan Of 1899 could be available for sale to purchase and her value.

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