Specifications

DESCRIPTION

SPECIFICATION/TYPE/MODEL/QTY

GENERAL INFORMATION

FLAG

New Zealand

CLASSIFICATION

BUREAU VERITAS - ICE CLASS

DESIGNERS

P & B NAVAL ARCHITECTS - FRANCE

OPERATING REGION DESIGN

POLAR / TROPICAL / WORLDWIDE

COMPLIANCE

IMO / SOLAS / BV / MNZ

MAIN DIMENSIONS

LENGTH OVERALL

62.0 metres

LBP

54.0 metres

BEAM OVERALL

15.5 metres

BEAM DWL

11.8 metres

DESIGN DRAFT

2.0 metres

CENTREBOARD DRAFT

9.7 metres

LIGHT DISPLACEMENT

460 tonnes

MID LOAD DISPLACEMENT (DWL)

515 tonnes

FULL DISPLACEMENT

570 tonnes

HULL MATERIAL

Aluminium

MASTS

3

MAST HEIGHT ABOVE DWL

43.8 metres

MAST MATERIAL

Aluminium

SAIL AREA UPWIND

995 sq. metres

SAIL AREA PER MAIN SAIL

258 sq. metres

GENOA AREA

221 sq. metres

STAYSAIL AREA

124 sq. metres

CAPACITIES

CREW/PASSENGERS

44 persons

PAYLOAD/CARGO

21 tonnes

FUEL

53,500 litres

LUBE OIL

1350 litres

USED OIL

810 litres

SLUDGE/SLOP

810 litres

FRESH WATER

15,500 litres

PURIFIED BLACK WATER

5,200 litres

PURIFIED GREY WATER

17,100 litres

MACHINERY

MAIN PROPULSION

1000 kw

AUXILIARY PROPULSION

220 kw

SYSTEMS & DOMESTIC POWER

100 kw

MAIN POWER SOURCE/PLANT & MACHINERY

T.B.A

AUXILIARY POWER SOURCE

T.B.A

EMERGENCY POWER SOURCE

T.B.A

SOLAR PANELS

90 sq. metres

WIND GENERATORS

4

BATTERY AND INVERTER SYSTEMS

T.B.A

WATER DESALIONATION / PURIFICATION/RECYCLING

AUXILIARY PLANT & MACHINERY

T.B.A

T.B.A

PERFORMANCE

MOTORING

CRUISING SPEED

12 knots

MAX SPEED

16 knots

SAILING (Indicative) 16 knots True Wind

UPWIND

10 knots

REACHING

15 knots

DOWNWIND (no Spinnaker)

7 knots





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