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The Highlander

The Highlander

About The Highlander

There have been five The Highlander's over the past 50 years, four of which have been Feadships. The initial The Highlander was a 23.78m converted Canadian corvette. The second 30.49m The Highlander was launched in 1957. The next Highlander (35.41m), launched in March 1967, had every conceivable innovation then available. The fourth Highlander was the in 1980 refitted 38.40m Claybeth (1978).

The Highlander - now Highlander - is available for charter.

Specifications


General info
  • Launch name The Highlander
  • Current name Highlander
  • Build year 1986
  • Hull number 632
  • Yard Koninklijke de Vries
  • Length 46.00 / 150'11"
  • Beam 8.60m / 28'3"
  • Draught 2.75m / 9'0"

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 74,560 litres / 19,697 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 20,060 litres / 5,299 US gallons

Design
  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design Jon Bannenberg

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2x General Motors diesel 16V-149N, 900 bhp at 1800 rpm each

Accommodation
  • Staterooms 7
  • Crew 10
  • Guests 12

Tenders
  • 1x 6.70m / 22' Original Classic Donzi: complete refit
  • 1x 5.80m / 19' Original Classic Cigarette: complete refit
  • 1x 3.70m / 12' AB Mares 12 VSX Inflatable

Toys
  • 1x Transformer: retractable extension platform on swim platform
  • 2x Yamaha VX Cruiser Waverunners
  • 2x Sea Bob
  • 2x Double person sea kayak

Miscellaneous
  • Jacuzzi, water skis, wakeboards & kneeboards, inflatable paddle board, diving, snorkelling and fishing equipment, various inflatable toys & towables


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