Ross Tailor

Yacht: Calabuig

May 27, 2009 by Ross Tailor
Base Location: CARIBBEAN
Engine: Cummins
Material: aluminium
LOA: 30.5 m (100.2')
Draft: 4.72 m (15.5')
Beam: 7 m (22')
Cruise Speed: 4.72 knots
Max Speed: 12 knots
Year: 1979
Guests: 8
Crew: 5
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: Camper & Nicholsons
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: Cayman Islands

Sailing Yacht Calabuig

Sailing Yacht Calabuig (if there is no picture above are you able to show us one) is a 30.54m (100.2 feet) luxury yacht being finished in 1979 by Camper And Nicholson in the UK. 1273 is/are her ex name(s). The vessel architectural plans were created by Camper & Nicholsons. The material aluminium was employed in building the superyacht hull. The draft in metres is 4.72 (15.5 ft) and the yacht beam width in in meters is 6.71 (22 feet). Also, aluminium and teak was employed with the building of her superstructure.

Calabuig Performance + Other Specifications
Calabuig can steam with a economical cruising speed going just on 10 knots producing a navigable range of around 2500 nautical miles. Her full range is produced with her fully bunkered 9092 – L tank capacity.

Accommodation on Calabuig
Calabuig has accommodations for a capacity of 8 guest. This ship is has the ability to be holding the max number of 5 crewmembers onboard to help create the well managed luxury yacht vacation feel.

Related Info For The Sailing Yacht
This yacht is engineered with Cummins. She is flagged in Cayman Islands. Calabuig is known as a sloop motor sailer.

Calabuig Yacht Charters
Please contact a recommended experienced yacht charter broker firm for details on chartering Calabuig, and for queries about if she is available for yacht charters. Please also talk to a yacht sales broker to find out if Calabuig could be possibly for sale to purchase and her value.

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