May 7, 2011

New Model: Italian Yachts 92 Jaguar

Italian Yachts presented its new flagship the 92 Jaguar at a private party in Monaco on the month of April.  The new 92 Jaguar flagship from Italian yachts follows latest trends of having an invisible flybridge second helm on top of the hardtop.  For the 92 Jaguar, long time famous Italian designer Paolo Caliari followed more traditional Italian open hard top looks similar to those of the 80, and now stopped in production 76.  But Italian Yachts also used innovation by testing the design in a wind tunnel which resulted in producing a lower to the usual height for this size of Super Sport Yacht.  The lines of the 92 are not as revolutionary and aggressive as the 72 Jaguar which was launched in the middle of last year, but the idea of the fore peak deck with a settee and sunpad follows the inspiration of the smaller model. The 92 Jaguar surprises for its amount of accommodation  inside with a main living deck area which can nearly compete with those of a traditional full flybridge motor yacht.  Sleeping accommodation for guests is for four double cabins, with owners stateroom to midship, a VIP room to fore, and two double guest cabins in between.  Having a separate entrance and located to mid ship is a galley, crew lobby, and two crew cabins.  Power is for twin MTU 1920hp engines with surface which give a top speed of 35 knots, and 27 at cruise.   
Technical Data:
LOA - 28.00 m (91.8ft)
Waterline Length - 22.7 m
Beam - 6.50 m
Draft - 1.10 m
Displacement - 56 t dry, 68 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 8500 l
Water Capacity - 1300 l 
Max Persons - 20
Accommodation - 8 guest berths in 4 cabins, 2 crew cabins sleeping 4
Engines - 2 x MTU 12v2000 M94 1920hp
Propulsion - ZF Searex surface drives, line shaft
Speed - 35 knots max, 27 knots cruise with surface drives
Hull Shape - Vee with medium ten degrees aft, 28 degrees to midship deadrise
Project - Paolo Caliari hull, Roberto Angel and Jaguar Yachts interior
Certification - CE A, modules B+F+Aa Sound Emissions RINA