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Haida, Rosenkavalier Friedrich Krupp Shipyard in Kiel, Germany 1929 successor HDW

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  1. archnav.de

    archnav.de Senior Member

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  2. Braveheart

    Braveheart New Member

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    The current owner comes from Germany (source: German Magazine"Boote Exklusiv", May 2004).
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  3. archnav.de

    archnav.de Senior Member

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    Specification:

    Lenght over all: 71.10 m
    Lenght WL: 54.95 m
    Beam moulded:9.14 m
    Draft: 3.99 m
    Hull:Steel
    Main Engine: 2 x Krupp 6L40/67M
    Generators: 2 x Caterpillar 3306, 1 x Caterpillar 3054
    Fuel consumption:approx. 250 Liter/hours
    Range:7’500 nm
    Cruising Speed: 11 kn
    Max. Speed:14 kn
    Gross Tonnage:700 GT
    Net Tonnage: 216 NT

    Flag: Cayman Island
    Port of Registery: George Town

    Tender & Toys:

    1 Custom-Build Classic Wooden Tender 240 PS , 1 x Artigiana Battelli 115 PS plus more Toys
    Big sundeck with Jacuzzi, partly covered with a Bimini. Exterior Dining Area on main deck, Liabary, Owners- and VIP Cabin equipped with TV, HiFi und WiFi. All Guest Cabins dispose of WiFi.


    Interieur Designer: J.G. Verges
  4. archnav.de

    archnav.de Senior Member

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  5. D'ARTOIS

    D'ARTOIS New Member

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    I remember to have had a splendid evening on "Rosenkavalier" then it belonged to a group of Greec who were extremely hospitable and I saw the yacht when she was currently restored.
    There was a big party going on (it was during the Nice Superyacht) and I was showing the 2nd design of Titania. A night not to forget!

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