DAYDREAM

LENGTH
42.67 m
TOP SPEED
18 kn
GT
255
CREW
7
DELIVERED
1991
BEAM
8.23 m
GUESTS
10

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DAYDREAM

Christensen ·  2020-01-09T15:29:37.984Z, 42.67 m ·  10 guests ·  €3,990,000

DAYDREAM is a 42.67 m Motor Yacht, built in the United States of America by Christensen and delivered in 1991.

Her top speed is 18.0 kn, her cruising speed is 14.0 kn, and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 3000.0 nm at 10.0 kn, with power coming from two Detroit Diesel diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms, with 7 crew members waiting on their every need. She has a gross tonnage of 255.0 GT and a 8.23 m beam.

She was designed by Kevin M. Kerwin.

The naval architecture was developed by Howard Apollonio, who has architected 21 other superyachts in the BOAT Pro database, and the interior of the yacht was designed by Anita Unger (10 other superyacht interiors designed), Carlo Pagani (3 other superyacht interiors designed) and Design Cabinet Builders - she is built with a Teak deck, a GRP hull, and GRP superstructure.

DAYDREAM is in the top 30% by LOA in the world. She is one of 541 motor yachts in the 40-45m size range.

DAYDREAM is currently sailing under the Jamaica flag, the 9th most popular flag state for superyachts with a total of 170 yachts registered. She is known to be an active superyacht and has most recently been spotted cruising near Sweden. For more information regarding DAYDREAM's movements, find out more about BOAT Pro AIS.

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