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News: Conrad Yachts Launches 40M "Viatoris"

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  1. 40-meter "Viatoris" launched By Conrad Yachts
    The largest yacht to leave the build facilities of Conrad Yachts has been splashed. The 40-meter "Viatoris" preciously known as the C133 while under construction is now in the water and represents a remarkable achievement for this yard. Based on the renderings, the interior will look stellar as well with Makassar Ebony contrasting nicely with Santos Rosewood.
  2. On the interior, Conrad's in-house interior specialist went to work to create a sumptuous affair. With all the heavy wood veneering and cabinetry onboard, the high-gloss dark woods are contrasted with a blue hue that echoes the hull paint job on the outside. For guests and owner there will be accommodation in five cabins. The master suite is in the forward main deck position while the guest cabins are on he lower deck.
  3. Performance wise, Viatoris will be a laid back cruising yacht with the ability to stretch her full tank of fuel to 4,000 nautical miles at 10-knots. She is a full displacement yacht with bulbous bow. Top speed is only a stately 13-knots with her pair of CAT C18 ACERT diesels. Lloyds and MCA standards were met for this build and construction took in the use of steel for the hull and aluminium for the superstructure.
  4. The Naval Architecture on the builder was undertaken by Diana Yacht Design (DYD) while the exterior styling of Viatoris was the work of Reymond Langton Designs and as mentioned before the interior was done in-house. Viatoris is not only the largest build so far for Conrad Yachts but it is also the largest yacht built in Poland.

    For more information:

    Conrad Yachts
    Ul. Sienna 45
    80 - 605 GdaƄsk |
    Poland
    www.conradshipyard.com

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