Ross Tailor

Yacht: Dumb Luck

March 25, 2009 by Ross Tailor
Builder: Crescent
Base Location: THE UNITED STATES
Engine: MTU
Material: composite
LOA: 38.7 m (127.0')
Draft: 2 m (6.6')
Beam: 8 m (25')
Cruise Speed: 2 knots
Max Speed: 18 knots
Year: 2000
Guests: 8
Crew: 4
Country Built: Canada
Naval Architect: Jack Sarin
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: Cayman Islands

Motor Yacht Dumb Luck

Motor Yacht Dumb Luck (if there is no photo above are you able to show us one) is a 38.7m (127 feet) luxury yacht being finished by 2000 by Crescent in Canada. She was once called Dakota; Nectar Of The Gods; Nice And Easy; Las Americas. Jack Sarin drew up the naval architecture. The interior design theme was by Bill ScalesandBarbara Johnson. The material composite was used in building the superyacht hull. The maximum draft in metres is 2 (6.6 ft) and the widest beam in in metres is 7.62 (25 feet). Also, composite was employed for the fabrication of the superstructure.

More Specifications + Dumb Luck Performance
Dumb Luck has a cruising speed at approximately 16 knots with her range of around 1850 miles. Her full range is enabled from her 25740 – lt tank capacity.

Dumb Luck Accommodation
Dumb Luck has accommodation for a capacity of 8 guest. She is has the ability to be holding the max number of 4 crewmembers onboard to make the well managed luxury yacht vacation experience.

Related Info About The Motor Yacht
This yacht is powered by MTU. Her flag is Cayman Islands. Dumb Luck could be described as a tri deck yacht.

Dumb Luck Yacht Charters
Communicate with your reputable yacht charter broker for advice on having a charter holiday on Dumb Luck, or for ascertaining if she could be a good yacht for yacht charters. Please speak with a yacht sales broker to know if Dumb Luck could be currently for sale to purchase and the sales price.

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