Verhaaren-designed ‘Project Das’...

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Verhaaren-designed ‘Project Das’...

Design

This 37m 50-knot sportscruiser is for day trips in the Persian Gulf.

MARCH 2011

Gacey, near Besneville, France-based Verhaaren Naval Architects recently finished this high-performance 37m (121ft) ‘Das’ commission for the Middle East. She has been specifically designed for day trips in the Persian Gulf. Waterjet propulsion ensures safe shallow-water navigation and good manoeuvrability.
The superstructure is designed as one single open space with two large side-windows that allowing light to penetrate the large saloon. When anchored or moored, these windows can be opened for even better panoramic views and access to fresh air.

Basic Spec – Verhaaren’s ‘Project Das’...
LOA: 37m (121ft)
Max Beam: 7.9m (26ft)
Displacement: 85 tonnes (187,000lbs)
Speed (Full-Light Load): 47-51 knots
Engines: 2 x 2,720kW (3,600hp) MTU 16V4000 M90
Waterjets: 2 x KMW 63 S3 (or equivalent)
Generators: 2 x 100 kVA
Guests: 6
Crew: 5
Construction: Carbon/Epoxy Composite

For more, www.tvan-france.fr

© Phil Draper