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Yacht: Kyknos

June 22, 2009 by turtle
Designer: Andre Mauric
Base Location: GREECE
Engine: MTU
Material: mahogany
LOA: 36.2 m (118.8')
Draft: 2.65 m (8.8')
Beam: 8 m (26')
Cruise Speed: 2.65 knots
Max Speed: 33 knots
Year: 1984
Guests: 12
Crew: 9
Country Built: France
Naval Architect: Paolo Caliari
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: St Vincent & Grenadines

Motor Yacht Kyknos

The Motor Yacht Kyknos (if no picture above please show us one) was built in by Chantiers Navals De Lesterel by 1984 and the luxury yacht is approximately 36.2m (118.8 feet) long. The yacht was professionally made in France. She was ex Mes Amis; Frances Lady; Mes Amis; Intrigue. The interesting general shape was conceived by ANDRE MAURIC. Paolo Caliari was the naval architect. The interior design theme is the work of Paola D. Smith. The material mahogany was used in building the superyacht hull. The draft in metres is 2.65 (8.8 ft) and the yacht beam width in in metres is 7.8 (25.6 feet). Also, marine ply was used with the building of the superstructure.

Kyknos Performance + Other Specifications
Kyknos when underway has a economical cruising speed of 25 knots producing her range in fair conditions of around 800 miles. 16000 – litre is the maximum bunkering load providing the range.

Accommodation on Kyknos
Kyknos was designed with accommodations for a maximum number of 12 guests of the owner. This ship is has the ability to be carrying up to 9 yacht crew to help create her well managed luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

Related Info About The Motor Yacht
This yacht is engineered with MTU. Her flag is St Vincent & Grenadines.

Kyknos Yacht Charter
Contact a specialist certified yacht charter broker company for more regarding chartering Kyknos, or for finding out if she will be able to be hired for yacht charters. Further, you may want to contact a yacht sales broker to investigate if Kyknos could be offered for sale to purchase and get a asking price.

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