Rubato

Rubato

About Rubato

In the 1950s the De Vries yard investigated new production techniques, such as series construction, and new materials, such as polyester. But for the time being, it was decided to stick to current skill set and continue to build vessels to specific customers' requirements. The 19.00m Rubato, launched in 1952, is an example of that period.

Specifications


General info
  • Launch name Rubato
  • Current name Rubato
  • Previous names RubatoBoulinier
  • Year 1952
  • Length 19.00m / 62'5"
  • Beam 4.97m / 16'4"
  • Draught 1.40m / 4'8"

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 1,000 US Gall
  • Water Capacity 630 US Gall

Design
  • Naval Architect H.W. De Voogt

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2x 4-cycle Russell Newbery diesel engines type EM4R 66hp each at 1000 rpm with reduction gear