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Yachting Developments to Build 109-Foot Sportfish

The New Zealand shipyard Yachting Developments inks a contract for a 109-foot sportfish yacht.

February 2, 2018
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This 109-foot sportfisherman will be an all-carbon build. Yachting Developments

Yachting Developments in New Zealand has signed a contract to build a 109-foot sportfish yacht. Construction is scheduled to start early this year.

The yacht, currently known as Hull 1017, will be an all-carbon build with naval architecture and design by New Zealand’s Warwick Yacht Design.

Yachting Developments previously worked with Warwick Yacht Design on five projects, including the 100-foot sailing catamaran Quintessential.

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Power comes from twin 2,000 hp MTU diesels. Yachting Developments

You may recognize: Hull 1015, which Yachting Developments launched this past November. It is reportedly the world’s largest all-carbon sportfish yacht.

Where to learn more: visit Yachting Developments

Quick Specs:

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LOA: 109′

Beam: 24’8″

Draft: 5’11”

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Hull material: Carbon

Engines: 2/ 2,000 hp MTU 16V 2000 M96L diesels

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The super-sized sportfisherman will be built at Yachting Development’s yard in Auckland. Yachting Developments
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