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Yacht name:

44.10 m - Seashaw (P673)

Designer: Mulder Design, Holland
Interior Designer: In Design, Hong Kong
Naval Architect: Mulder Design, Holland
Shipyard: Cheoy Lee Shipyachts, China
LOA: 44.10 m / 144'8
LWL: 34.40 m / 122'8
Engine: 2x MTU 12V396TE84, each 1980 hp at 2000 rpm
Video:
Max Speed: 21 knots
Cruise Speed: 20 knots
Range: 10,000 n.m. at 9 knots
Classification: ABS +A1
Hull superstructure: GRP
Launched: 1996, March
Summary:

SeaShaw is a rather unusual design. The Singaporean Owner made it quite clear what he was looking for. The main reason for him to have this boat was to explore remote areas such as the Great Barrier Reef or the waters of Alaska. The boat should therefore be very seaworthy and have a long range. A large swimming platform gives plenty space for diving and fishing activities, his great passion. Of course the quality of life on board is very important to him. Family and friends should stay in comfort on board and the food has to be good. The Chinese chef has a large galley.

Technically interesting is the fact that hull and superstructure are of sandwich FRP construction with special reinforcements to be able to withstand light ice conditions. The lightweight construction enables the combination of long range (>10,000NM) at 9 knots and a relative high top speed of 21 knots