July 28, 2012

New Model: Vicem 46m Vulcan Tri-Deck

It was two years ago, when the Turkish Vicem announced the Vulcan line of three decked yachts, further expanding its range into larger eighty feet plus super sizes.  Designed by Frank Mulder outside, and built with Core Cell fiberglass this also represented a new step for the Turkish builder, who is more known for going into classic lines, and building in cold molding epoxy wood method.  Of the three presented projects Vicem started up by launching the biggest 46m Tri-Deck model put into the water in late Spring.  Interior designers Art-Line for Vicem 46m Vulcan Tri-Deck choose an open atrium layout for the main deck, with guest accommodation in six cabins.  The owners stateroom is located on the forward wide body part of the main deck.  A captains cabin is located on the top deck to port side of the pilot house.  Power is from twin 3650hp MTU with twin 3650hp engines which give a 25 knots max speed, 22 cruise. Range is 1000 nautical miles at 22 knots, or 4000 at a 12 knots maximum efficiency cruise. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 46.08 m (151ft)
Hull Length - 44.6 m
Waterline Length - 39.45 m
Beam - 9.07 m
Draft - 2.30 m
Displacement - 196.8 t dry
Fuel Capacity - 48000 l
Water Capacity - 7500 l 
Accommodation - 12 berths in 6 guest cabins
Max Persons - 18
Engines - 2 x MTU 16v4000 M90 3650hp
Propulsion - line shafts
Speed - 25 knots max, 22 knots cruise, 12 knots economic
Range - 1000 nm at 22 knots, 4000 nm at 12 knots
Hull Type - hard chine Vee planning
Project - Frank Mulder hull, Art-Line Studio interior
Certification - RINA Class Hull and machinery, MCA LY-2 unrestricted navigation

1 comment:

  1. Those people who are die hard of those yachts must be really jealous indeed. Well, that can keep them going. Encouraged and earn enough to have theirs too. This yacht is indeed beautiful.