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Yacht: Northwind Ii

April 11, 2009 by Yacht Designer
Base Location: GREECE
Engine: MAN
Material: steel
LOA: 45.6 m (149.5')
Draft: 2.68 m (8.8')
Beam: 7 m (24')
Cruise Speed: 2.68 knots
Max Speed: 14 knots
Year: 1966
Guests: 10
Crew: 12
Country Built: United Kingdom
Naval Architect: Camper & Nicholsons
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: Liberia

Motor Yacht Northwind Ii

Motor Yacht Northwind Ii (if there is no picture above please add one) is a 45.57m (149.5 feet) luxury yacht which was built by 1966 by Camper And Nicholson in the UK. She was once called 914; Chambel Iv. The ship architectural plans were made by Camper & Nicholsons. Superyacht Northwind Ii is constructed with a steel hull. The maximum draft in metres is 2.68 (8.8 ft) and the yacht beam width in in metres is 7.22 (23.7 feet). The structure above deck is predominantly aluminium.

More Specifications + Northwind Ii Performance
Northwind Ii has a cruise speed going just on 13 knots with a long range in normal weather conditions of around 2275 nm. 39000 – L is the total bunkering storage limit resulting in her furthest range.

Northwind Ii Accommodation
Northwind Ii offers accommodations for a capacity of 10 guest. She is actually has the ability to be carrying the max number of 12 professional crew onboard to make the peaceful luxury yacht vacation experience.

Further Information On This Motor Yacht
This yacht is powered by MAN. She is flagged in Liberia.

Northwind Ii Yacht Charter
Call or email your reputable yacht charter broker firm for details for chartering Northwind Ii, or for queries about whether she is a good yacht for yacht charters. Follow up your interest and also talk to a yacht sales broker to investigate if Northwind Ii is available for sale to purchase and the asking price.

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