Yacht: Motor Yacht BLUE BIRD

June 6, 2009 by turtle
Engine: 2 x Deutz AG V6 1015MC
LOA: 31.6 m (103.6')
Draft: 3.2 m (10.5')
Beam: 6.0 m (19.8')
Cruise Speed: 3.2 knots
Max Speed: 13.0 knots
Year: 1938
Guests: 9
Crew: 6

Motor Yacht BLUE BIRD is a beautiful 1938 Classic Yacht of 103.6 feet in length. She can cruise up to a maximum speed of 13 knots. The Motor Yacht was built out of Steel and Steel / Wood. She was built in United Kingdom. Previous names for BLUE BIRD are Blue Bird IV, Sterope, and Janick. She sails with approximately 6 crew. United Kingdom is where the yacht flagged. 9 is the total number of guests that can be accommodated aboard for sleeping. The M/Y was built by the respected Goole Shipyard yard. BLUE BIRD boasts a propulsion package which is created by two V6 1015MC Deutz AG engines. The yacht has a beam of 19.8 feet and a draft of 10.5 feet.

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