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Yacht: Merrymaid

April 11, 2009 by turtle
Base Location: FRANCE
Material: teak and oak frames
LOA: 34.8 m (114.0')
Draft: 3.38 m (11.1')
Beam: 5 m (18')
Year: 1904
Guests: 6
Crew: 4
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: Charles E Nicholson
Yacht Class: Sailing
Flag: United Kingdom

Sailing Yacht Merrymaid

The Sailing Yacht Merrymaid (if there is no picture above can you add an image here) was launched in by Camper And Nicholson by 1904 and the luxury yacht measures 34.75m (114 feet) in length. This boat was proudly manufactured in the UK. 167 is/are her previous name(s). The vessel architectural plans were drawn up by Charles E Nicholson. Superyacht Merrymaid opted for a teak and oak frames hull. The draft in m is 3.38 (11.1 ft) and the max beam in in meters is 5.49 (18 feet). Structurally teak was used in the construction of the superstructure.

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Merrymaid Accommodation
Merrymaid provides accommodations for a capacity of 6 guests. She is capable of carrying up to 4 yacht crew onboard to make the well managed luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

Related Info For The Sailing Yacht
She is flagged in United Kingdom.

Merrymaid Yacht Charter
Communicate with your experienced yacht charter broker firm for details regarding having a charter holiday on Merrymaid, and for ascertaining if she is offered for yacht charters. In addition, you can contact a yacht sales broker to know if Merrymaid could be possibly for sale to purchase and her price.

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