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About Grand Mariana

Grand Mariana is a 44.2 m / 145′1″ luxury motor yacht. She was built by Benetti in 2006. With a beam of 9.26 m and a draft of 2.68 m, she has a GRP hull and GRP superstructure. This adds up to a gross tonnage of 444 tons. She is powered by engines of 1300 hp each giving her a maximum speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 14 knots. The motor yacht can accommodate 10 guests in 5 cabins with an interior design by Lewis Granaiola and an exterior design by Stefano Righini.
Not available for sale or charter on Yacht Harbour.
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Specifications

Structural

Yard : Benetti
Type : Motor yacht
Guests : 10
Crew : 10
Cabins : 5
Length : 44.2 m / 145′1″
Beam : 9.26 m / 30′5″
Draft : 2.68 m / 8′10″
Year of build : 2006
Displacement : Semi-displacement

Mechanical

Engine power : 1300 hp
Total power : 2600 hp
Maximum speed : 15 knots
Cruising speed : 14 knots

Design

Gross tonage : 444
Hull : GRP
Superstructure : GRP
Decking : Teak
Decks : 4
Interior designer : Lewis Granaiola
Exterior designer : Stefano Righini

Equipment

Propulsion : Twin screw
Water capacity : 11,200
Extras : Jacuzzi

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