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About Basrah Breeze

Allegedly built for Saddam Hussein and named after a military victory,Qadissayat Saddam, the Danish-built yacht had never been delivered. Saudi Arabia took over the yacht in 1988, renaming it to Al Yamanah. She was then named Ocean Breeze and is now believed to have been overtaken by the Iraqi state, under the name, Basrah Breeze. Ocean Breeze is a 82.00m (269.03 ft) luxury motor yacht. She was built by Helsingor Vaerft in 1981. With a beam of 13.00m and a draft of 4.00m, she has a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 2282 tones. She is classified by Lloyds. She is powered by MTU 12V 1163 TB82 engines of 3000hp each, capable of reaching a maximum speed of 19 knots and cruise at 16 knots.

She can accommodate 28 guests in 14 cabins with an interior design by Helsingor Vaerft and an exterior design by Helsingor Vaerft.
Not available for sale or charter on Yacht Harbour.
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Specifications

Structural

Yard : Helsingor Vaerft
Type : Motor yacht
Guests : 28
Crew : 35
Cabins : 14
Length : 82 m / 269′1″
Beam : 13 m / 42′8″
Draft : 4 m / 13′2″
Year of build : 1981
Classification : Lloyds
Displacement : Full displacement

Mechanical

Model : 12V 1163 TB82
Engine power : 3000 hp
Total power : 6000 hp
Maximum speed : 19 knots
Cruising speed : 16 knots

Design

Gross tonage : 2282
Hull : Steel
Superstructure : Aluminium
Decking : Teak
Interior designer : Helsingor Vaerft
Exterior designer : Helsingor Vaerft

Equipment

Generator : Vickers
Propulsion : Twin Screw

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