Anastasia (yacht)

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Career Cayman Islands
Name: Anastasia
Operator: Abram Reznikov
Builder: OceAnco
Launched: 2008
General characteristics
Class and type: Yacht Charter
Length: 75.50 m (247.7 ft)
Beam: 13.40 m (44.0 ft)
Draft: 3.80 m (12.5 ft)
Propulsion: 2 x MTU 4000 Series V16 engines
2 x 3,648 hp
Speed: 16.1 knots (30 km/h) (maximum)
15 knots (28 km/h) (cruising)
Capacity: 12 passengers
Crew: 20 crew members

Anastasia ia a newly built super-yacht, the property of Russian industrialist Abram Reznikov, owner of one of Spain's largest recycling companies, Alamak Espana Trade SL. The yacht was built in May 2008 at the shipyard Oceanco. The exterior and interior designer of Anastasia was by Sam Sorgiovanni. The looking of the luxury yacht is really amazing and shows power and speed. The yacht is equipped with statisc Stabilizers - Quantum zero speed, which decrease rolling on board.


The twin power motor yacht Anastasia is large and spaceful. The length of motor yacht is 75.50 m (247.7 ft) and the beam is 13.40 m (44.0 ft). The draft of the yacht Anastasia is 3.80 m (12.5 ft). The materials of the hull is Steel, which the superstructure is Aluminium with teak laid decks. the classification of the yacht, according to Lloyds Register is 100AI SSC Yacht (P) MONO G6 LMC UMS MCA Certification, issued by Cayman Islands.


The main engines are two MTU 4000 Series V16 with power of 2720 KW (3648hp) at 2100rpm. The yacht Anastasia can reach maximum speed of 21 knots, while the cruising speed is 15.0 knots. The aggressive design helps for improving high speed of this beautiful yacht.

Communications on Board

The yacht is equipped with most modern technology for communications. The Satcom Fleet 77 Telephone, Telex, Fax, Email and Internet are possible on the bridge and through wireless are transmitted around the whole yacht. Also the improved communication of V-Sat Voice and V-Sat fax, Cellular Telephone Worldwide are also possible way to communicate to the shore from the yacht Anastasia.


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