KAORI & ATHENA - IMO 1007237
|Photographer:||Clyde Dickens [View profile]||Title:||KAORI & ATHENA||Added:||Dec 30, 2010|
|Captured:||December 30, 2010||IMO:||1007237||Hits:||2,008|
||Modern rig sailing ships / sailing yachts over 65' (20m) LOA|
|Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay, The Rocks. 30 December 2010
Luxury Sailing yacht ATHENA is a remarkable superyacht and at 295 feet overall (90 meters), ATHENA is the largest private sailing yacht of the modern era and the largest all-aluminum yacht built to date. She is built entirely of high tensile Alustar and she is a giant which displaces a staggering 1,177 tons.
type/year: Modern Classic Sailing Yacht/2004
beam: 12.20m l.o.a.: 90.00m
crew:18 max speed: 18.9 knots+
engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3516B
cruise speed: 18.9 knots
\"The brainchild of software developer Jim Clark\"
Length Overall (m): 38.10
Length Waterline (m): 32.76
Beam (m): 8.58
Draught Max (m): 3.05
Shipyard: Palmer Johnson Yachts Year: 1991
Port: Sturgeon Bay Country: United States
Naval Architect: C. W. Paine Yacht Design, Inc.
Exterior Designer: C. W. Paine Yacht Design, Inc.
Interior Designer: Jane Plachter
|Vessel type:||Sailing Vessel|
|Gross tonnage:||1,103 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°11’15.16” N, 5°25’48.32” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 349° (192°)|
|Arrival:||30th Nov -0001|
|23 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 August 7th, 17:00:26 UTC||Harlingen Nl|
|2018 July 19th, 18:00:56 UTC||Cannes|
|2018 July 14th, 11:00:56 UTC||Positano|
|2018 July 8th, 21:30:06 UTC||Capri|
|2018 June 25th, 12:00:56 UTC||Venice|
|2018 June 20th, 07:00:53 UTC||Trieste|
|2018 April 28th, 15:00:16 UTC||Palma De Mallorca|
|2018 April 17th, 18:00:36 UTC||Gib|
|2018 March 22nd, 18:00:40 UTC||Antigua|
|2018 March 14th, 16:00:52 UTC||St Maarten||
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Photo Comments (3)
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Brillaint shot Clyde, We just had Kaori down here for a week and I thought she was big, but compared to the Athena. Both very impressive vesels. |
Thanks David. Even close up, the 38m Kaori looks small beside the huge Athena.
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Great photo Clyde and good to see a posting with so much information about the vessels. Thanks. David |
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