Full technical details and the layout of Emmaline is outlined below.
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|Draft||2.6m / 4.4m||8’6’’ / 14’5’’|
|TONNAGE||Displacement||86 T||187,392 lbs|
|NAVAL ARCHITECT||Gerard Dijkstra|
|ACCOMMODATION||3 Staterooms and crew cabin|
|CONSTRUCTION||Aluminium hull and decks with varnished teak deckhouse, varnished teak trim and teak decks. Extra thick aluminium was used at the waterline to enhance the yacht’s ability to withstand light ice and other impacts.|
|CLASSIFICATION||Lloyds Register +100A1 SSC, Yacht Mono G6, LMC, MCA LYC Compliant, RORC Cat 0|
A clean sweep of teak planking runs forward from the broad aft deck, past two Bimini covered cockpits tucked behind a shelter giving deckhouse, towards the bow. The aft cockpit is dedicated to the owner’s use, edged with seating and sunk low into the deck, while the square sectioned teak built deckhouse just forward provides access to the owner’s stateroom. Beyond this, the main cockpit is both a sociable working space and an outdoor dining venue, with the helm station and controls located aft, and the sides edged with cushioned seating that serves the drop leaf dining table.
Forward of the main deckhouse is a traditional skylight above the main saloon. Then the wide uncluttered deck sweeps past the mast to the bow, broken only by two service winches and the foredeck hatch to the crew’s quarters. A hydraulically operated platform opens from the port side amidships to allow easy access from the water or from a dinghy via a ladder up to the main deck level. Sailing Emmaline is very straightforward. All systems are hydraulically powered, and tacking upwind with staysail and main is simply a matter of turning the wheel. With swept back spreaders, running backstays are not necessary below 25 knots of wind, and the staysail sheet passes through a track mounted block running athwartships forward of the mast, then lead aft to the cockpit coaming. The plumb bow and fine entry provide speed, little spray, and a comfortable motion, while the modern, hydraulically operated lifting keel with a narrow fin and 23 ton bulb provides a quick and nimble response to the helm, and allows entry to even shallow anchorage.
|GUEST AND CREW CABINS||
|TENDER||2015 Williams Turbojet 445 ‘S’ (120 HP) capable of 85 kph, complete with LED deck lights, freshwater shower, VHF Garmin 300 with AIS, depth sounder, swim ladder and ski pole|
Our new 2015 model Williams 445 jet tender is used for wakeboarding, waterskiing and towing inflatables. Our equipment consists of 2015 Jobe slalom combo waterskis, 2015 Jobe kids trainer skis, 2015 Jobe wakeboard and bindings, as well as full snorkeling gear for adults and children.
For more fun on the water, guests are able to choose from 2 inflatable paddle boards, a ‘2 adult’ inflatable kayak, a Seadoo Sea Scooter and a Jobe ‘3 adult’ inflatable towable. Along with these items is an inflatable swim platform made out of robust hypalon, and this adds another dimension to being at anchor, as it is able to be streamed off the stern, or towed to the beach to be used as a separate platform for entertaining.
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