The well-known displacement hull, offers the best of both worlds, boasting economical and comfortable sailing at around 9 knots.
Sailing with several guests is possible due to the different cabins that are located in the front and back of the ship. At the time of design, two layouts were available to the shipyard. The first being a two huts layout, with a Galley-down and the second being a three huts layout with a Gally-up.
The layout of the White T uses the Gally-up approach, with two cabins in the front and a large owner's cabin in the back of the boat. For added comfort on the colder days, central heating can be found in various locations throughout the ship.
The Grand Banks is powered by 2x 210hp Caterpillar engines, with which the ship can achieve a maximum speed of 13 knots.
White T, a ship that can be enjoyed comfortably all year round.
|Name :||White T|
|Length waterline (m):||12.53|
|Air draft (m):||7.9|
|Fuel tank (Litre and material):||2 x 1100L|
|Freshwater Tank (Liter and material):||1100L|
|Black water tank (Litre and material):||85L, staal|
|Maximum speed (Kn):||13|
|Cruising speed (Kn):||9|
|Port engine (Brand, type, hp, gearbox):||Caterpillar 3208, 210 pk|
|Drive (Shaft, IPS, Jet):||Drive shaft|
|Prop (Number of blades, material):||4|
|Star engine (Brand, type, hp, gearbox):||Caterpillar 3208, 210 pk|
|Generator (Brand, type, Kw):||Onan 6.5 MDKD-P|
|Bowthruster (Brand, type, elec/hyd):||Rheinstrom Koblenz|
|Electrical bilge pump:||2|
|Manual bilge pump:||1|
|Hot water system:||Maritime booster|
|Heating system (brand, model, type):||Maritime booster|
|Engine hours engine 1:||2500|
|Engine hours engine 2:||2500|