From one of the most well known yacht builders in all of Asia, Kingship located in the Pearl River Delta district not far from Hong Kong, comes the second Magellan 110, or project KS005. While her predecessor was debuted back in 2007 by Kingship the new model won’t be delivered until the summer of 2010 although she has already been in the water for a series of preliminary trials.
Because of the great success of the original Magellan 110 the same team of designers and engineers was assembled again beginning in 2008 to create the new yacht, identical except for an extra meter and a half of space within the sky lounge, giving owners even more room to enjoy the beautiful yacht and all of its amenities.
The new Magellan 110 is a collaborative effort of experienced professionals including the exterior design by Pieter Beeldsnijder of PB Design, the interior design done by Luiz de Basto, and the naval architecture by Vripack International of Holland.
Designed to explore the open ocean waters with ease, the Magellan 110 features a steel hull and aluminum superstructure to allow for traveling long distances safely and also in style. With a rather spacious master suite located on the main deck and four other cabins for guests the yacht is able to accommodate up to 10 people at a time along with seven crew members within the four crew cabins.
Powered by dual 3406E DITA Caterpillar engines each capable of 475 horsepower, the second Magellan 110 is able to cruise at top speeds of up to 14 knots at 5,000 nautical miles making her an impressive as well as luxurious ship for the most discerning yacht owner.
Magellan Specifications at a Glance:
Length overall: 33.56 m/110’5″
Length on waterline: 29.57 m/97′
Beam: 7.9 m/25’11″
Draft: 2.2 m/7.3′
Hull material: Steel
Superstructure material: Aluminum
Speed: 12.5 knots Max
Range: 4,500 nm at 10 knots
Main engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3406E DITA, Each 354 kw/475 hp
Fresh water capacity: 10,960 L
Fuel capacity: 44,556 L
Accomodation: Owner/Guests: 5 Cabins for 10
Crew: 4 cabins for 7
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