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Yacht: Maryland Lady

March 19, 2009 by Yacht Designer
Designer: Cox & Stevens
Engine: GM
Material: steel
LOA: 36.0 m (118.0')
Draft: 1.83 m (6')
Beam: 6 m (19')
Cruise Speed: 1.83 knots
Max Speed: 15 knots
Year: 1948
Guests: 5
Crew: 9
Country Built: United States
Naval Architect: Defoe
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: United States

Motor Yacht Maryland Lady

Motor Yacht Maryland Lady (if there is no photo image above please add one) is a 35.97m (118 feet) luxury yacht as was completed for the owner in the year 1948 by Defoe Shipbuilding Rp in the USA. Elda; Sea Level; Governor Tawes is/are her old name(s). COX & STEVENS is responsible for her beautiful exterior lines. The ship naval architect design work was made by Defoe. The material steel was used in building the superyacht hull. The draft in metres is 1.83 (6 ft) and the max beam in in m is 5.64 (18.5 feet). Up top, the structure above deck is predominantly steel and aluminium.

More Specifications + Maryland Lady Performance
Maryland Lady when underway has a economical cruising speed going just on 12 knots giving a range in normal weather conditions of around 3500 miles. Her full range is produced from her full 26495 – litre tank capacity.

Maryland Lady Accommodation
Maryland Lady was designed with accommodations for up to 5 guests of the owner. She is has the ability to be accommodating up to 9 crewmembers to help create the well managed luxury yacht vacation feel.

More Info On This Motor Yacht
This yacht is engineered with GM. She flies a flag from United States.

Maryland Lady Yacht Charter
Communicate with a preferred reputable yacht charter broker firm for details with respect to chartering Maryland Lady, or for finding out if she could be offered for yacht charters. Please request a yacht sales broker to find out if Maryland Lady is currently for sale to purchase and her sales price.

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