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Conrad Shipyard releases video of 40m motor yacht Project C133

Polish shipyard Conrad has released a video showing the exteriors and interiors of the motor yacht Project C133, currently under construction and scheduled to be launched in April.

Conrad Shipyard - 40m motor yacht Project C133 - Viatoris

Designed by Reymond Langton Design in collaboration with Diana Yacht Design, which was responsible for the naval architecture, this steel and aluminium yacht has a length overall of 40m, a maximum beam of 8.30m and a draught of 2.50m.

Thanks to an internal volume of 388 GT, Project C133 will be able to accommodate up to 10 guests in five cabins: a large owner’s suite with private office, his-and-hers bathrooms and two fold-down balconies situated forward on the main deck, and four staterooms on the lower deck.

Conrad Shipyard - 40m motor yacht Project C133 -Viatoris - Main saloon

Located in the bow, the crew quarters will include three cabins with bunk beds and en-suite heads, a mess and a laundry; whilst the captain’s stateroom will be on the bridge deck, adjacent to the wheelhouse.

Conrad Shipyard - 40m motor yacht Project C133 -Viatoris - Main saloon

Among her amenities, Project C133 will boast: a Jacuzzi, a sauna with glass walls, a fitness area and large sunpads on the sundeck; a skylounge, an outdoor lounge area, a wet bar and an alfresco dining area on the upper deck; an elegant saloon and dining area on the main deck; and a spacious tender garage and a swim platform on the lower deck.

Conrad Shipyard - 40m motor yacht Project C133 -Viatoris - Main saloon

Powered by two Cat C18 ACERT 500kW diesel engines, this full-displacement vessel will have a maximum speed of 13 knots, a cruising speed of 12 knots and, thanks to a fuel capacity of 48,600 litres, a range of 4,000nm at 10.5 knots.

 

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