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Attessa IV Yacht

The 100.0m Attessa IV yacht (ex: Evergreen) was built in 1999 by Evergreen Shipyard. She features an exterior design by Felix Buytendijk, Glade Johnson, and Diana Yacht Design and an interior by Felix Buytendijk and Glade Johnson. She cruises at 21.6 kn and reaches a top speed of 22.6 kn. She can sleep up to 28 guests taken care of by a crew of 21.

Previous names

From To Name
Evergreen

Dimensions

Overall length 100.0m (328'1")
Length at waterline 82.0m (269'0")
Original length overall 92.0m (301'10")
Beam 12.84m (42'2")
Draught max. 4.2m (13'9")
Gross tonnage 2621

Build

Port Nagasaki
Country Japan
Year 1999

Materials

Hull
Steel
Superstructure
Aluminium

Vessel details

Type Motor
Class Lloyd's Register
Hull type Mono hull yacht
Hull configuration Displacement
For charter No

Accommodation

Number of guests 28
Number of crew 21

Performance & capabilities

Max. speed 22.6 kn
Cruise speed 21.6 kn
Speed/range /6369 n/M
Fuel capacity 597,600L (157,869.187g)
Water capacity 32,248L (8,519.019g)

Propulsion

Type Count Manufacturer
Propellors 2

Engines

Manufacturer Model Type Year RPM KW HP Count
Wärtsilä 12V32E Diesel 4922 6601 2
Total 9845 13202

Sales info

The 100.0m Evergreen Shipyard motor yacht Attessa IV is currently not listed for sale. Visit our yachts for sale section to find similar superyachts on the market.

Attessa IV yacht owner, captain or broker, if your yacht is available for sale, please contact us and we will update the photos and details.

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Sales info

The 100.0m Evergreen Shipyard motor yacht Attessa IV is currently not listed for sale. Visit our yachts for sale section to find similar superyachts on the market.

Attessa IV yacht owner, captain or broker, if your yacht is available for sale, please contact us and we will update the photos and details.

List this yacht for sale
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Photos

Attessa IV cruising off Port Cervo
Attessa and Attessa IV in Vancouver