MILO

LENGTH
45.72 m
TOP SPEED
18 kn
GT
194
CREW
7
DELIVERED
1994
BEAM
7.62 m
GUESTS
10

MILO is a 45.72 m Sail Yacht, built in the United States of America by Angus Robertson and delivered in 1994.

Her top speed is 18.0 kn and she boasts a maximum range of 2000.0 nm when navigating at cruising speed, with power coming from two MAN 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 194.0 GT and a 7.62 m beam.

She was designed by Angus Robertson.

The naval architecture was developed by David Pedrick (5 other superyachts architected) and Jay Benford, and the interior of the yacht was designed by Christina Thompson - she is built with a Teak deck, a GRP and Mahogany hull, and Aluminium superstructure.

MILO is in the top 30% by LOA in the world. She is one of 84 sailing yachts in the 45-50m size range, and, compared to similarly sized sailing yachts, her cruising speed is 2.9 kn above the average, and her top speed 4.69 kn above the average.

MILO is currently sailing under the Jamaica flag, the 8th most popular flag state for superyachts with a total of 225 yachts registered. She is known to be an active superyacht and has most recently been spotted cruising near Turkey. For more information regarding MILO's movements, find out more about BOAT Pro AIS.

Specifications

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