Alloy Yachts launch 47-meter "Loretta Anne"
The new "Loretta Anne" has been launched from the facilities of Alloy Yachts. If the name sounds familiar it is because it bears same name as another Alloy motoryacht, the "Loretta Anne IV" (built as the "Allogante" in 2009). The new vessel is of similar design but seven-meters larger. She was built under hull number AY43.
features a slim draft of 2.55-meters (inclusive of the stabilisers) according to Alloy Yachts. The owner is expected to keep her in The Bahamas, hence the shallow draft. The design of Loretta Anne
is by Dubois Naval Architects while the interior has been the work of Donald Starkey Designs.
Some quick features include a large flybridge/sundeck where it is partially enclosed by automatic window glass screens. There is a large hard top to help provide shade. Additionally there is a jacuzzi pool and a gym. Accommodation onboard Loretta Anne
is in an Owner's stateroom and four guest cabins.
LOA : 47 M
LWL: 41.73 M
Beam: 9.19 M
Draft: 2.2 M (DWL)
Displacement: 330 tonnes (DWL)
Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar C32 'D' rated 1600hp
Bow/Stern Thrusters: Alloy Yachts / ABT TRAC II 140hp
Generators: 2 x Caterpillar C6.6 100kw
Stabilisers: ABT TRAC 4 fin with at rest stabilisation
Fuel: 54,000 litres (approx)
Water: 12,000 litres (approx)
Designer: Dubois Naval Architects
Interior Designer: Donald Starkey Designs
Classification: Lloyds Register of Shipping, *100 A1 SSC, Yacht Mono, G6, MCH, & LY2 Builder: Alloy Yachts
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