August 28, 2009

New Model: Tarquin Trader 75 Superyacht

Featuring many new design innovations to allow both crew and guests to live comfortably on board, the Tarquin Trader 75 Superyacht will be the largest Trader on the water and has been designed to provide the ultimate in luxury. Designers have worked cleverly on the new 75 Superyacht to ensure that guests and crew can be accommodated separately. Eight guests can be accommodated in four magnificent en-suite cabins, and two to three crew accommodated in a self contained crew suite, which has direct access to the galley, exterior decks and engine room, allowing complete separation from the guest party when required. Inside, the Trader 75 is light and airy having been fitted throughout with Anigre, a light tan hardwood, and a range of luxurious contemporary furnishings and fabrics. The main deck of the interior is a full 44ft from aft deck doors to windscreen and includes a full beam saloon, galley and dining area as well as a separate day head, wheelhouse with viewing seats and internal stairs to the flybridge. As with all Trader Motoryachts, below decks owners and guests have their own stairwells for greater privacy. The owners’ suite is aft and is a spacious 28ft. Featuring the signature Trader transom bay view window offering magnificent views as well as privacy, the 75 Superyacht is designed around the owner’s individual requirements. The comprehensive system design of the Trader 75 Superyacht utilises the finest components available and full collaboration with the suppliers has helped to ensure full integration. Designed with comfortable and independent passage making in mind, the systems required for this type of cruising are supplied as standard. Engine options Caterpillars from the smaller C15 at 850hp to the bigger C32 s at 1550hp. Performance figures with the middle option of C18 1000hp Cats is a max of 17 knots, with an 11 knots cruise, and economic long 1800 nautical miles long range of 9 knots. The first Trader 75 Superyacht was bought off-plan and launched in the UK last July, before going to its berth on the Italian Riviera.
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.7 m (77.9ft)
Waterline Length - 21.3 m
Beam - 5.8 m
Draft - 1.9 m
Displacement - 79000 kg full load
Fuel Capacity - 9000 l
Water Capacity - 2000 l
Accommodation - 8 guest berths in 4 cabins, 2 crew in 1 cabin
Engines - 2 x Cats C15 850hp, C18 1000hp, C32 1550hp
Speed - 17 knots max, 11 knots cruising with Cats C18
Range - 890 nm at 11 knots, 1800 nm at 9 knots
Certification - CE A

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