Richmond Yachts launch 150-foot "Status Quo"
Hull number 6 was recently launched at the Richmond Yacht facility in British Columbia. The new yacht is the new 150-foot "Status Quo", successor to the 2003-launched 138-foot yacht of the same name. The new yacht also represents the largest FRP-constructed yacht to be built in Canada. Status Quo
is 150-feet long, 28-feet wide and draws a minimum draught of just over 6.5-feet. Twin MTUs with 2,000 HP each will give her an expected speed of around 18 knots. She is expected to also have a range of 3,500 NM with just over 49,000 LT of fuel.
The 312 tonne Status Quo
has been designed by Ward Setzer of Setzer Design and the interior was a joint effort between Pavlik and Richmond Yachts. She sleeps 12 guests in 6 staterooms and 10 crew to serve the guests and the yacht's functions. Status Quo
is is currently for sale and asking 30-Million dollars. Specifications:
Displacement: 312 tonnes
Materials: Fiberglass Sandwich
Engines: 2 X MTU V16 2000
Speed: 18 knots
Range: 3,500 NM
Fuel: 49,205 LT
Water: 6,435 LT
Design: Ward Setzer
Interior: Pavlik/Richmond Yachts
Builder: Richmond Yachts
Year: 2010 For more information:
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