Yacht: Lynie Jane

June 3, 2009 by turtle
Engine: GM
Material: steel
LOA: 35.1 m (115.0')
Draft: 2.59 m (8.5')
Beam: 6 m (20')
Cruise Speed: 2.59 knots
Max Speed: 12 knots
Year: 1922
Guests: 8
Crew: 5
Country Built: United States
Naval Architect: Cox & Stevens
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: United States

Motor Yacht Lynie Jane

Motor Yacht Lynie Jane (if there is no photo image above can you add an image) is a 35.05m (115 feet) luxury yacht being built in 1922 by George Lawley & Son Rp in the USA. Caritas; Merdonia; Spitfire; Lockwood; Largo; Aleta; Enterprise; Elegante; La Costa Brava Ii; Ecstasy; Elegante; Rosamond is/are her previous name(s). Cox & Stevens was the naval architect. Interior design can be attributed to Harrill House. The material steel was used in building the superyacht hull. This vessel has a maximum beam in metres around 6.1 (20 feet) and her depth that in metres measures 2.59 (8.5 ft). Predominantly wood was employed for the building of the superstructure.

Lynie Jane Performance + Other Specifications
Lynie Jane can steam with a cruising speed at approximately 10 knots producing her long range in normal weather conditions of around 2000 nautical miles. 19364 – L is the max fuel load giving her max range.

Accommodation on Lynie Jane
Lynie Jane offers accommodations for up to 8 guests. This ship is actually has the ability to be accommodating up to 5 yacht crew aboard to make the well managed luxury yacht vacation experience.

More Info On This Motor Yacht
This yacht is powered by GM. Her flag is United States.

Lynie Jane Yacht Charters
Contact a specialist professional yacht charter broker establishment for advice for having a charter holiday on Lynie Jane, and for finding out if she will be a good yacht for yacht charters. Similarly, also talk to a yacht sales broker to investigate if Lynie Jane is available for sale to purchase and get a sales price.

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