Sailing Yacht Southern Cross

Summary of Sailing Yacht Southern Cross

The sailing yacht SOUTHERN CROSS is a steel superyacht of well sized proportions. Described as a classic ketch motor sailer with  33 m (110 foot) created at Shipyard Yarrow & Co. in 1962 and designed by the firm of naval architecture W. Mcpherson Campbell. Superyacht SOUTHERN CROSS is able to accommodate 10 passengers on board and has 6 crew members.

The boat was launch in 1962  on Glasgow and deliver to the first owner in United Kingdom. Beam of the yacht is 7.1 metres. Draught  4.33 m. Whole boat is made of steel but superstructure is built out of aluminium. In 1998 extra refitting and modernisation was additionally performed.

Diferent names on the live of Southern Cross

Few times in the last 49 years the sailing yacht has changed her name.

  • Southern Cross
  • Schierensee
  • Patrilla
  • Lola-Min
  • Amstel
  • Southern Cross

 

Machinery For S/Y Southern Cross:

The yacht has got 2  GARDNER diesel engines of 230 H.P. and is able to keept  a prudent max continuous speed of  11 knots, however, cruising speed is 10 knots, moved by 2 town screw propellers.  SOUTHERN CROSS is propelled by twin screw propellers.

 

dry dock of the boat. Sailing Yacht Southern Cross
On dry dock
 on maintenance. Sailing Yacht Southern Cross
yearly maintenance of the yacht