Benetti Sail Division Teamed Up With P.B. Behage For BSD131 World Traveller

By on July 13, 2010
BSD 131 World Traveller

Benetti Sail Division in cooperation with P.B. Behage created a concept of the BSD 131 World Traveller. This is the second joint project from Benetti and P.B. Behage.

BSD 131 World Traveller

The BSD 131 is a large version of the Grand Cru III, the first project of Benetti Sail Devision and P.B. Behage.

BSD 131 World Traveller

The 40m vessel has three decks. The owner’s cabin is located on the main deck. Four large guest cabins (two doubles and two twin cabins) are located on the lower deck. The upper deck features the bridge, as well as a skylounge.

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Powered by twin Caterpillar 3412 engines, BSD 131 is able to cruise at a speed of 10 knots with a range of 4700 nm.

Specification of the BSD 131 World Traveller:

Overall length: 40,00 m
Length at water line: 36,56 m
Max beam: 8,20 m
Height from main deck: 3,45 m
Design draft: 2,45 m
Inside height at main deck: 2,15 m
Light ship displacement: 260,00 tons
Fuel tank capacity: 58,50 m3
Fresh water tanks capacity: 7,50 m3
Black water tanks capacity: 3.50 m3
Guests: 10+2
Crew: 8+1
Max speed: 14,00 kn

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Related links:
Benetti Sail Division

P.B. Behage

Photo: benettisaildivision.com