Lovely 24m Classic Trawler with modern features
24 m MY Base Information
This 24m Yacht is a wonderful piece of traditional looking yacht in combination with the latest technologies and built with the experience of over 350 projects from our shipyard.
The yacht has a lot of features coming from the super yachts done by NEDSHIP, which gives a much more volume and functionality to the yacht than on comparable yachts this size on the market.
Beside the full beam master cabin on the guest deck, there are 3 more guest cabins each with its own bathroom, so that the yacht can accommodate up to 8 guests.
The traditional design offers more space as it looks. The beam of 6.5m is much more than on comparable yachts and also the sun deck shows much more space for sun bathing, dining and relaxing.
The crew is located on the bow section and accommodates 2 crew members.
Two Caterpillar C 18 are bringing an economical cruising speed of 15kn and a top speed of 19 kn.
The yacht is built in high class epoxy composite with Carbon reinforcements. This material has some of the following advantages compare to GRP or steel:
- Better noise protection
- More lightweight, means better economy
- Better half-life, means the hull and structure keeps its quality, so also less maintenance
NEDSHIP is worldwide leader in manufacturing with epoxy and carbon fiber materials.
Some technical details
Type of vessel Twin screw motor yacht
Type of hull Displacement hull
Hull material E-glass & epoxy composite sandwich
Main power 2 x CAT C 18 marine diesels (2x 725 hp@2100 rpm)
1. Dimensions / Displacement
Length overall 23,80 meters 78,0 feet
Length on waterline 20,70 meters 67,9 feet
Beam 6,50 meters 21,3 feet
Design Draught 1,60 meters 5.24 feet
Design displacement 57.t
2. Tank Capacities*
Fuel oil 4,000 litres 1.057 US gallons
Fresh water 1,850 litres 489 US gallons
Grey water 1,700 litres 449 US gallons
*All can be increased or altered as per client’s request.
Top speed at light weight 19 Knots
Economical cruising speed 15 Knots
Range at economical cruising speed + 1000 Nautical Miles
* Actual GT for any vessel can only be determined by tonnage surveyor.