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Yacht: Sandrita

June 12, 2009 by Rising Sun
Base Location: MOZAMBIQUE
Engine: MAN
Material: steel
LOA: 31.0 m (101.7')
Draft: 2.23 m (7.3')
Beam: 6 m (21')
Cruise Speed: 2.23 knots
Max Speed: 12 knots
Year: 1981
Guests: 10
Crew: 7
Country Built: Italy
Naval Architect: Aldo Cichero
Yacht Class: Motor
Flag: United Kingdom

Motor Yacht Sandrita

Motor Yacht Sandrita (if there is no photography above are you able to show us one) is a 31m (101.7 feet) luxury yacht being finished in the year 1981 by Cantiere Navale Di Pesaro (Cnp) in Italy. She was formerly Colette I; Elamira; Harmony Bay; Skamania. The vessel naval architect design work was made by Aldo Cichero. John Munford was given the task of being the designer for the interior design work. The material steel was employed in building the superyacht hull. This boat has a maximum beam in metres at 6.4 (21 feet) in width matched with the draught in metres measures 2.23 (7.3 ft). Structurally aluminium was utilised for the construction of her superstructure.

Sandrita Performance + Other Specifications
Sandrita can move at a cruising speed touching 10 knots with a long range in fair conditions of around 5000 nautical miles. Her full range is produced from her fully bunkered 36000 – litre tank capacity.

Sandrita Accommodation
Sandrita has sleeping accommodation for up to 10 guest. She is also has the ability to be carrying the max number of 7 yacht crew aboard to make her luxury yacht vacation atmosphere.

More Info For The Motor Yacht
This yacht is propelled by MAN. She flies a flag from United Kingdom.

Sandrita Yacht Charter
Communicate with your professional yacht charter broker for details with respect to having a charter holiday on Sandrita, and for queries about whether she will be able to be hired for yacht charters. Please speak with a yacht sales broker to investigate if Sandrita is offered for sale to purchase and her price.

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