Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Keldi - Modified Burger Motoryacht


This design is a result of a client who wanted to design and build a custom motoryacht of around 90'. After completing a preliminary design package the boat was bid at a number of shipyards. When the resultant pricing came in the client decided that the cost of the new build was beyond his budget. Here is a profile rendering of that design.

We then focused on finding, obtaining and modifying an existing Burger motoryacht. The result is motoryacht Keldi. The boat was widened aft by cutting the frames and associated plating at the chine and by shimming the frames out. The boat was also lengthened and repowered. Modifications were made to the general arrangement and a couple of transom garages were added for jet skis. Here's an image that shows the transom garages. If you look carefully you can see the widened hull. Note the side decks growing from about amidships outside of the bulwarks.


Here's the general arrangement plan.

Principal Dimensions
LOA 91'-2"
Beam 18'-6"
Draft 6'-2"
Engines 2 x Detroit 12V-92TA DDEC 1,100hp each
Top Speed 22 knots

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