The 26-metre motor yacht CaryAli will attend the Antigua Yacht Charter Show for the first time next month (5-10 December 2011).
Explorer motor yacht CaryAli was the first hull in Nordhavn’s 86 series built by Pacific Asian Enterprise in 2007. The exterior lines of the vessel were designed by Jeff Leishman; Dee Robinson created interior layout.
The 24-foot beam and a full load displacement of over 325,000 pounds allow her to compare with many vessels over 100 feet. CaryAli has been designed in an aft wheelhouse configuration. Taking advantage of the enormous volume of the hull, she offers accommodations that are nothing short of remarkable.
The saloon and galley measures 36 feet in length, the master cabin and head are full width consuming the whole forward/upper section of the vessel and the combination of wheelhouse, captain’s cabin and sky lounge measure almost 30 feet in length. In addition to the master stateroom and captain’s cabin, the vessel includes three guest staterooms with ensuite heads and an additional crew cabin and head aft with an interior and exterior entrance. CaryAli is able to accommodate up to 8 charter guests with an ideal configuration of 6 adults and 2 children.
Twin MTU Series 60 engines rated at 600 hp each spinning 48-inch propellers through 4.59 to 1 reduction gears allow a transatlantic cruising speed of 10 knots. With over 7,000 gallons of fuel aboard and throttled back to the 9 knot range, CaryAli can run roughly 4,000 miles before refueling.
CaryAli is available for charters from $49,000 per week.
And now let’s see the small promotional video of CaryAli Nordhavn 86 motor yacht:
Specification of the CaryAli:
Displacement: 181.44 MT/400,000 lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 26,497.9/7,000 gal
Water Capacity: 3,406.9 l/900 gal
Holding Tank Capacity: 946.4 l/250 gal
Gray Water Tank Capacity: 794.9 l/210 gal
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