Length Overall (m/ft): 41m (134.51ft)
Beam: 8.5m (27.89ft)
Draught Max: 1.9m (6.23ft)
Draught Min: 0m (0ft)
Gross Tonnage: 293 Tonnes
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Hull #: AY33
Country of Build: New zealand
Date of Completion: 2006
Hull Material: Aluminium
Superstructure Material: Aluminium
Naval Architecture: Dubois Naval Architects Ltd.
Exterior Design: Dubois Naval Architects Ltd.
Interior Design: Redman Whiteley Dixon Ltd.
Class: Lloyds Register
Number of engines: 2
Manufacturer/ Type: Caterpillar Inc - C30
Total HP: 3100
Total KW: 2311
Max Speed: 17.5kn
Cruise Speed: 16kn
Range: 4000 nautical miles
Fuel Capacity: 36000 (L) - 9510 (G)
Water Capacity: 10000 (L) - 2641 (G)
The Dubois designed Como is the largest motoryacht built at Alloy Yachts. She has an 8.5m (27.9ft) beam, draft of 1.9m (6.2ft) and displaces 214 tonnes. The interior design is by Redman Whiteley Dixon.
The main accommodation on the lower deck has two double guest cabins and two twin cabins, all with ensuites. The crew quarters have a double Captains cabin and two twin cabins all with ensuites. This area also includes the galley, crew mess and separate laundry.
The engine room houses two Caterpillar C30 1550hp engines. Two Caterpillar 55kw generators are built-in together with one 55kw Mastervolt shore power converter. The 6.0m tender is stored in the lazarette and is launched through a watertight door on the port side. The 4.3m crew tender is stored on the foredeck with a davit for launching. A docking station is fitted on the starboard side of the aft cockpit.
Como carries 36000 litres of fuel with a cruising speed of 16 knots and a sprint speed of 17.5 knots. Her range at 10 knots is 4000nm. There are two water makers each producing 4500 litres per day.
The main deck has an aft cockpit and an alfresco dining area with a sliding sunscreen. Forward is the main saloon with bar aft and separate dining area with seating for up to 10 guests. Large wrap around windows provide expansive views.
Ahead of the dining area and on a half level above the main deck is the bridge. A stairway leads from here up to the flybridge which can also be accessed from the aft cockpit. This expansive area includes a bar, barbecue and dining for up to twelve guests under a fixed sun awning. There is also extensive built in seating and a large sunpad.
Forward of the guest lobby on the starboard side of the main deck is the owner’s lobby leading to the master cabin with large walk in wardrobe and two ensuites with central shower. On the port side of the master suite is a lounge area and owner’s study.
The yacht has a Naiad stabiliser system plus bow and stern thrusters and the latest Alloy Yachts designed and built passerelle.
Como is built to Lloyds classification and complies with the Large Yacht Code. She is flagged in the Cayman Islands.
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