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J.K. Smits’ SeawolfeBy Diane M. Byrne — August 2003

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Length overall: 192'9"
Beam: 36'8"
Construction: Steel hull, aluminum superstructure
Classification: ABS Yacht A1 AMS; MCA certificate
Fuel Capacity: 220 tons
Water Capacity: 30 tons
Engines: 2/1,500-hp Smit-Man RB666 diesel engines
Generators: 2/165-kW and 1/85-kW Caterpillars
Watermakers: HEM
Stabilizers: Koopnautic
Windlass: Cramm
Air Conditioning: Heinen & Hopman
Electronics: 3/Furuno radars, 2/Furuno GPSs, Furuno depthsounder, Anschutz autopilot, Anschutz gyrocompass, Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra system, 2/Furuno VHFs and 1/Furuno DSC-VHF, Furuno SSB
Interior Design: owner
Naval Architecture: Dhr Huisman (1957), Astilleros Palma (refit)
Builder: J.K. Smits, Holland (1957)
Refit: Astilleros Palma and Izar, Spain (2002)

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This article originally appeared in the July 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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