CMN Yacht Antarctica

118’ / 36m Antarctica - Tara

Naval Architects Bouvet and Petit created a highly specialised 36m exploration yacht destined for polar regions where her strengthened aluminium hull and rounded sections made her perfectly fitted to deal with subzero temperatures and pack ice.
 
Sometimes described in the yachting press as ‘the world’s first icebreaking sailboat’ Antarctica was a support vessel for the ‘Transantarctica Expedition’ and the ‘EREBUS Expedition’
 
Under the name of Seamaster, Sir Peter Blake made the ship his prime instrument in his environmental protection program, with the support of UNEP (United Nations Environment Program).
 
In November of 2003, Etienne Bourgeois managed to convince Sir Peter Blake's heirs to use it in respecting Sir Peter Blake's commitment to the environment. The ship was renamed Tara, the name his grandfather had chosen for his ship, which means "Celestial Path" in Maori

Main Characteristics


 LOA36,00m 
 BOA10,00m 
 DRAUGHT3,00m 
 ENGINES2x 350hp/Ch MWM 
 GENERATORS 
 HULLALUMINIUM
 SUPERSTRUCTURE 
 MAX SPEED13 knots/Nds 


 CRUISING SPEED 
 SAIL AREA600m² 
 CLASSIFICATION 
 NAVAL ARCHITECTSFCN (CMN Group) 
 EXT/INT DESIGNBouvet/Petit 
 CABINS7 (crew) 
 TENDERS 
 YEAR1989 


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