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Yacht: Cambria

May 11, 2009 by Rising Sun
Builder: Fife
Base Location: AUSTRALIA
Engine: Cummins
Material: mahogany and steel frames
LOA: 41.2 m (135.0')
Draft: 4.57 m (15')
Beam: 6 m (21')
Cruise Speed: 4.57 knots
Max Speed: 10 knots
Year: 1928
Guests: 7
Crew: 4
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: W & RB Fife
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: Australia

Sailing Yacht Cambria

Sailing Yacht Cambria (if there is no photo above please add an image) was launched in at the yard of Fife in 1928 and the luxury yacht measures 41.15m (135 feet) total length. She was manufactured in the UK. Ambria; Lillias is/are her ex name(s). The ship naval architecture was made by W & RB Fife. Superyacht Cambria has a mahogany and steel frames hull. The draught in metres is 4.57 (15 ft) and the widest beam in in metres is 6.25 (20.5 feet). The structure above deck utilised is mostly mahogany.

Cambria Performance + Other Specifications
4546 – litre is the total fuel storage limit giving the maximum range.

Cambria Accommodation
Cambria has sleeping accommodations for a capacity of 7 guest. She is has the ability to be holding up to 4 crewmembers aboard to enable the tranquil luxury yacht vacation experience.

Further Information About The Sailing Yacht
This yacht is propelled by Cummins. Her flag is Australia.

Cambria Yacht Charters
Get in touch with a specialist yacht charter broker establishment for details on having a charter holiday on Cambria, or for finding out whether she could be available for yacht charters. Similarly, request a yacht sales broker to find out if Cambria could be offered for sale to purchase and the listing price.

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