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Work in progress on the Kingship Green Voyager motor yacht

With her keel laid in April 2011, the 43.9m Kingship motor yacht Green Voyager was tested in the water for the first time last week.

Built to RINA/MCA in steel and aluminium, this 43.9m superyacht is designed by Axis Group Yacht Design with an interior by the shipyard’s in-house team. Green Voyager is one of the first hybrid ‘green’ superyachts under 50m. Respecting multiple rules and regulations, she has a low impact on the environment, without compromising on luxury and comfort.

Her interior accommodates up to 12 guests in five cabins: a master suite on the main deck, two doubles and two twins plus two Pullmans on the lower deck. Crew quarters are for 10 members.

Powered by twin C32 ACERT Caterpillar engines, she will have a top speed of 16 knots and a cruising speed of 13.5 knots. Using an innovative power management system, the requirement for generators is only 2x 65kW versus the standard 100kW used on a yacht of her size, resulting in even further fuel savings.

Currently for sale with Camper & Nicholsons, Green Voyager is ready to be inspected by future owners. She is scheduled to be delivered within another 12-15 months.

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