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Sensei Yacht

The 39m Sensei yacht (ex: Devil Queller) was built in 1991 by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.. She features an exterior design by Jonathan Quinn Barnett and Glade Johnson and an interior by Jonathan Quinn Barnett. She cruises at 13 knots and reaches a top speed of 13.5 kn. She can sleep up to 10 guests taken care of by a crew of 7.

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Previous names

From To Name
Devil Queller

Dimensions

Overall length 39.0m (127'11")
Beam 8.1m (26'7")
Draught max. 2.18m (7'2")
Gross tonnage 289
Full load displacement 231

Build

Port Shimonseki
Country Japan
Year 1991

Materials

Hull
GRP
Superstructure
GRP

Vessel details

Type Motor
Class RINA
Hull type Mono hull yacht
Hull configuration Displacement
Number of decks 3

Accommodation

Number of guests 10
Guest cabins 1 Master cabin, 2 double staterooms, 2 twin staterooms
Number of crew 7

Performance & capabilities

Max. speed 13.5 kn
Cruise speed 12.5 kn
Speed/range /2000 n/M
Fuel capacity 0L (0.0g)
Water capacity 0L (0.0g)

Propulsion

Type Count Manufacturer
Propellors 2

Engines

Manufacturer Model Type Year RPM KW HP Count
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries S1 2A2-MTK Diesel 746 1000 2
Total 1491 2000

Sales info

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Sensei yacht anchored in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
Sensei yacht anchored in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat

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