Taka Yacht Design - Tanju Kalaycıoğlu

M/Y 40 m Classic

Overview

40m Classic Tri-deck Motor Yacht - There is a lot of hype about ‘green boats’. For me the most ‘green’ parameter is a long waterline length because the vessel achieves her cruising speed easily with low power. The genes of this classically styled mini ship are coming from our 24 meter wooden beauty Larimar created hand in hand with one of our design office’s repeat clients. Wherever she goes, she draws the attention of salty sailors and connoisseurs of finer things in life, often owners of much bigger boats.

The plumb and fine bow, canoe stern, raked mast, big cowls and classic windows with the balanced use of varnished timber all around define the character of this beauty. Hull is of shipbuilding steel with a round bilge and molded skeg. Main deckhouse is planned to be light and stiff constructed of sandwich epoxy composite.

Technical Specifications

Overview           
Name: 40 m Classic   Construction : Stell Hull, Composite Superstructure
Type: Motor Yacht   Engine(s) :  Volvo 600 hp @1800-1950 rpm, 448 kW
Builder: Sarp Yacht    Quantity : 2
Naval Architect: Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu   Max Speed : 13,5 knots
Exterior Designer : Osman Tanju Kalaycıoğlu   Cruising Speed : 11 knots
Interior Designer : Stephen Huish    
Class : RINA C-HULL-MACH, Y-Unrestricted Navigation    
       
Dimensions   Equipment  
Length Overall :  40,00  m   Generator : 2 x 65 kW Cummins Onan, Kohler or equivalent
Length of Hull :  - m   Gearbox : 1:4 - 4,55 Yanmar
Length at Waterline :  38,00 m   Thrusters : 1 x 50 kW
Beam :    8,00 m   Tank Capacity    
Draft :    2,30 m   Fuel : 32,000 l
Gross Tonnage :  330 t   Fresh Water :  8,000 l
Displacement :  290 t (%70 full)   Gray Water :  7,000 l
Ballast :       Black Water :  3,000 l
   
Accommodation  
Cabins : 1 x Double Owner's Cabin   Crews: 1 x Double Captain's Cabin
Guests : 1 x Twin & 2 Double Cabins     3 x Double Crew Bunks

 

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