main engines: 2 x MTU 12V 1163 TB62 KW 2,237 @ 1,100 rpm
engine hours: PME: 16,546 as @ 19th August 2013; SME: 16,562 as @ 19th August 2013. Mains are due a W6 by April 2014.
generators: 3 x Mercedes Benz OM404 200 KVA-380v – 3 phase – 50hz + 1 emergency generator
generators hours: Port DG: 29,982 as @ 19th August 2013; Centre DG: 29,364 as @ 19th August 2013; Stbd DG: 27,174 as @ 19th August 2013. Have had a big overhaul in June 2012 (W5). Over 100,000 EUR spent
propellers: Otto Piening 5 blades, Diameter 1610 mm, Pitch 1382 mm
speed: Max. 14 knots – Cruising 13 knots
generating sets: 3 x Mercedes OM404
electrical power: 380V, 3 Ph 50Hz (160 KW max) each
shore power converter: Atlas 170 to 520V, 3Ph 50/60Hz, (200A @ 380V)
diving equipment : BAUER Compressor Mariner 200 E, 5 sets of dive gear
wakeboards, skis, kneeboards: 4 x Wakeboards
windsurf and paddleboard: 3 x Paddle boards
guest cabins: 5 (1 x master, 1 x VIP, 3 x Twin) for 10
children’s cabins: 2
staff cabins: 2 (1 x Pilot, 1 x Nanny), or 4 if children not using their cabins
crew cabins: 9 for 16/17 (if Captain cabin is a couple)
WHITE CLOUD (formerly New Horizon L) is a 67.30m (220.80ft) superyacht, custom built in 1983 by Feadship (Van Lent) in Kaag, the Netherlands. She was built for Dutch millionaire Bram van Leeuwen, also known as Prince de Lignac.
The yacht was Bram van Leeuwen’s fulltime residence. After his death she was purchased by her current owner, who sent her for a refit in 2004 to Peters Schiffbau in Germany. She was lengthened and had a new deckhouse added. The interior was re-decorated with the Studio of Terence Disdale Design, a large jetted spa was added on the aft deck, and Zero Speed stabilizers were also added. This extensive refit ended in July 2005.
In 2010, WHITE CLOUD underwent the 25-year marine survey to maintain her in Lloyd's Classification. Her engine control, machinery and monitoring systems were then upgraded and the exterior was completely refinished.
These particulars have been prepared by Y.CO from information provided by the seller’s and are intended as a general guide to the vessel. Y.CO cannot, however, be liable for any inaccuracy. It is up to the purchaser to confirm details of concern to him by survey, inspection and/or enquiry of the seller and to ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects his concern and specific details upon which he may rely. Y.CO always advises an independent survey.