Impromptu

Impromptu

About Impromptu

The mid-1980s saw fascinating developments in terms of styling, with buyers showing a wide range of distinctive preferences. In 1988, the launch of the 43.43m Impromptu introduced a 'hard-edged' exterior style; a trend already seen in the car design world, and was later replicated on yachts such as Alfa Alfa III and Sea Sedan.

Specifications


General info
  • Launch name Impromptu
  • Current name Mysorah
  • Previous names Impromptu, Attessa II, Floridian, Indefensible, Major Wager
  • Year 1988
  • Length 43.43m / 142'6"
  • Beam 8.18m / 26'10"
  • Draught 2.62m / 8'7"
  • Speed 13.8 knots

Capacity
  • Fuel Capacity 56,000 litres / 14,800 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 18,000 litres / 4,750 US gallons

Design
  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Exterior Design De Voogt Naval Architects
  • Interior Design Steve Chase

Propulsion
  • Main Engines 2x GM Marine diesel engines, model 16V 92TA, 730 bhp at 1800 rpm each

Accommodation
  • Guests 10