"Ocean Runner" (In Chinese 'Da Run Fa') is a 34 meter (112') sloop designed by Italian naval architect Massimo Paeperini.
Custom built in 2009 for an experienced yachtsman to excel in both ocean racing and family cruising
She never raced and has been only lightly used for day sailing and short hops to Japan and China. Her engine hours reflect this at only 800 hours! (Gensets approx 1,000 hrs)
She was designed and built to be both fast and stable in all sea conditions with her powerful sail plan and carbon reinforced composite hull. Her sleek underwater body is complemented by a bulb keel and efficient blade rudder.
Her flush decks are teak laid and very spacious to offer great entertainment areas when at anchor. The interior is purposeful and pratical.
If required, with little effort, the interior could be made more luxurious and reflect to moods found on the Baltic and Swan yachts of her size.
Build & Design
- Name:Ocean Runner
- Construction Codename:OCEAN RUNNER
- Yacht Type:Sail Yacht
- Yacht Subtype:Monohull
- Length Overall:34.0m (111' 6")
- Beam:6.45m (21' 1")
- Max Draught:4.75m (15' 7")
- Gross Tonnage:99.00
- Builder:Ta Chiao Chu Yachts
- Year of Build:2009
Performance & Capacities
- Max Speed:12.00kn
- Cruising Speed:9.00kn
- Range (nm):1250.00nm @ 9.00kn
- Fuel Capacity:5000.00L / 1320.86USG
- Water Capacity:4500.00L / 1188.77USG
- Total Power:430.00hp
- Passenger Rooms:3
- Master Rooms:1
- Double Rooms:2
**Approximate price conversion.