Azteca

Azteca

About Azteca

A number of yachts, notably Impetuous in 1977, and Azteca and Paraiso four years on, boasted an all-aluminum hull construction. As the owners' primary consideration was speed, aluminum was chosen because of its lighter properties, and Feadship was able to respond to this latest requirement. As well as being lighter, aluminum's intrinsic flexibility in terms of shaping and molding resulted in it eventually being used for the superstructures of all Feadships.

Specifications


General info
  • Launch name Azteca
  • Current name Lionwind
  • Previous names Azteca, Mi Alicia
  • Year 1983
  • Length 44.80m / 147'0''
  • Beam 8.40m / 27'7''
  • Draught 2.50m / 8'2''
  • Speed 22 knots

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 50,000 litres / 13,200 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 12,000 litres / 3,175 US gallons

Design
  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design Jon Bannenberg

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2x MTU 16V538 TB82, of 2950 hp each at 1760 rpm

Accommodation
  • Guests 10