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Yacht: Uthingo

April 4, 2009 by Octopus
Base Location: SOUTH AFRICA
Engine: GM
Material: steel
LOA: 40.5 m (133.0')
Draft: 3.05 m (10')
Beam: 7 m (22')
Cruise Speed: 3.05 knots
Max Speed: 15 knots
Year: 1930
Guests: 11
Crew: 7
Country Built: United States
Naval Architect: Tams & King
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: United Kingdom

Motor Yacht Uthingo

Motor Yacht Uthingo (if no pic above are you able to add an image here) was completed for the owner in by George Lawley & Son Rp in the year 1930 and the luxury yacht is 40.54m (133 feet) length overall. The yacht was proudly made in the USA. She was once called Shogun; Naroma; Cleopatra; Hmcs Moose; Fraternite; Ottelia; Eretria; Candida A. The vessel naval architect design work was made by Tams & King. Superyacht Uthingo has a steel hull. The hull has a maximum beam in metres just on 6.74 (22.1 feet) in length together with her depth that in metres goes down 3.05 (10 ft). In addition, the material above her decks utilised is mostly steel and aluminium.

More Specifications + Uthingo Performance
Uthingo can move at a cruising speed of 13 knots producing a navigable range of around 3500 nautical miles. Her full range is produced by her fully bunkered 37000 – L fuel capacity.

Accommodation on Uthingo
Uthingo provides accommodation for up to 11 guests of the owner. The yacht is actually capable of accommodating up to 7 crewmembers onboard to make her luxury yacht vacation feel.

Further Information For The Motor Yacht
This yacht is driven with GM. She flies a flag from United Kingdom.

Uthingo Yacht Charters
Communicate with a preferred reputable yacht charter broker for more regarding having a charter holiday on Uthingo, and for finding out if she will be offered for yacht charters. Please request a yacht sales broker to see if Uthingo could be available for sale to purchase and the sales price.

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