Yacht: Maru-Maru

June 22, 2009 by turtle
Builder: Dorset Yacht
Base Location: VENEZUELA
Engine: MAN
Material: steel
LOA: 32.2 m (105.6')
Draft: 2.07 m (6.8')
Beam: 7 m (24')
Cruise Speed: 2.07 knots
Max Speed: 15 knots
Year: 1977
Guests: 6
Crew: 4
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: Bernard Olesinski
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: Cayman Islands

Motor Yacht Maru-Maru

Motor Yacht Maru-Maru (if there is no photo above please add) was launched in by Dorset Yacht by 1977 and the luxury yacht is approximately 32.2m (105.6 feet) length overall. This boat was built in the UK. Tamahine; Kimouli; Korallena C is/are her ex name(s). Bernard Olesinski was the naval architect. Bannenberg Ltd was given the task of being the designer for the interior design theme. The material steel was employed to fabricate the superyacht hull. This boat has a beam width in metres measuring 7.38 (24.2 feet) in length matched with her draft which in metres measures 2.07 (6.8 ft). In addition, the superstructure is aluminium.

More Specifications + Maru-Maru Performance
Maru-Maru when underway has a economical cruising speed at approximately 12 knots and a navigable range of around 1800 nautical miles. Her full range is produced from her 26821 – L fuel capacity.

Maru-Maru Accommodation
Maru-Maru provides accommodations for up to 6 guests of the owner. This ship is also has the ability to be accommodating the max number of 4 able crew to enable her relaxed luxury yacht vacation experience.

More Info About The Motor Yacht
This yacht is propelled by MAN. Her flag is Cayman Islands.

Maru-Maru Yacht Charters
Please contact a specialist experienced yacht charter broker establishment for details with respect to having a charter holiday on Maru-Maru, or for queries about whether she could be able to be hired for yacht charters. Please request a yacht sales broker to know if Maru-Maru could be offered for sale to purchase and the asking price.

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