Gallant Lady II

Gallant Lady II

About Gallant Lady II

The second of two yachts to be built in a series of eight Feadship Gallant Lady's for the same owner were identical 26.62m (87'4") Sports Fisherman, constructed in aluminum. Launched in 1984, they were inspired by the Rybovich look: a specific style for Sports Fisherman that were normally built up to 18.3m (60'). Feadship was asked to make two larger versions while retaining the harmony of the lines and the relative heights.

Specifications


General info
  • Launch name Gallant Lady II
  • Current name Comanche
  • Previous names Gallant Lady II
  • Year 1984
  • Length 26.62m / 87'4"
  • Beam 6.30m / 20'8"
  • Draught 1.68m / 5'6"
  • Speed 22 to 24 knots

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 12,000 litres / 3,200 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 4,150 litres / 1,100 US gallons

Design
  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2x MTU Marine Diesel engines, 1320 bhp at 2250 rpm each

Accommodation
  • Guests 6