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General Information

Listing# 114425

Price
$45,000.00
Location
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Manufacturer
Fairmile
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1943
Category
Cruise Ship
Model
GulfStream II
Status
Used
Length
112 (ft.)
LOA
114
Hull Material
Wood
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
6-71
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

The Fairmile's were built during World War II as a fully armed submarine chaser. Consequently their hulls are built to last. Needless to say once the war ended, these Fairmiles went through a number of conversions and have a wonderful history. Gulfstream II is no exception.

This 34 m (112 foot) yacht was manufactured at Star Shipyard (Mercers ) in 1943. GULFSTREAM II has had a number of yacht names Malibu Tilikum; Yorkeen; Campana; Jormholm.

As the Yacht Campana, she was owned by George Maxwell "Max" Bell (October 13, 1912 – July 19, 1972). He was a Canadian newspaper publisher, race horse owner and philanthropist. He was best known as the co-founder of FP Publications, Canada's largest newspaper syndicate in the 1960s. He frequently sailed his yacht, Campana, throughout the area around Vancouver Island and used it to ferry politicians and businessmen to a special forum on Canadian-American relations which he organized in 1959.

She continues in service to this day, and most recently was a day charter, excursion vessel in Vancouver.

Construction & Yacht Design with respect to M/V Yacht GULFSTREAM II

The hull was crafted from Wood (Double Diagnonal Burmese Mahogany) with the decks covered with Fiberglass. The motor yacht superstructure is made largely from wood. With a beam of 5.46 m / 17.9 feet GULFSTREAM II has a moderate interior that is now designed for day and evening harbour cruises. A reasonably shallow draught of 1.37m (4.5ft) affects the number of harbours she can visit, contingent on their minimum depth at low tide. She had refit maintenance and changes undertaken in 1995.

Engines & Speeds For M/V GULFSTREAM II:

The vessel is powered with twin GRAY main engine(s) and can drive at a stately maximum speed underway of approximately 11 knots. The engines create 165 horse power. Her total HP is 330 HP. Coupled to the GULFSTREAM II engines are twin screw propellers. The boat has a sedate cruising speed of 10 knots which provides a range of 900 nautical miles.

GULFSTREAM II Accommodation:

There are 4 cabins aboard, each of which sleeps 2 on the lower deck. The upper deck has been laid out for entertaining guests during a harbour cruise. As a charter vessel, she can be used for day or hourly charters, as well as business functions, weddings, or dinner cruises, and she could always be converted back into a private yacht if the new owners so desire.

This is your opportunity to own a piece of history and for an extremely attractive price. Check other Fairmile prices for comparison.

Specifications

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The Fairmile's were built during World War II as a fully armed submarine chaser. Consequently their hulls are built to last. Needless to say once the war ended, these Fairmiles went through a number of conversions and have a wonderful history. Gulfstream II is no exception. This 34 m (112 foot) yacht was manufactured at Star Shipyard (Mercers ) in 1943. GULFSTREAM II has had a number of yacht names Malibu Tilikum; Yorkeen; Campana; Jormholm. As the Yacht Campana, she was owned by George Maxwell "Max" Bell (October 13, 1912 – July 19, 1972). He was a Canadian newspaper publisher, race horse owner and philanthropist. He was best known as the co-founder of FP Publications, Canada's largest newspaper syndicate in the 1960s. He frequently sailed his yacht, Campana , throughout the area around Vancouver Island and used it to ferry politicians and businessmen to a special forum on Canadian-American relations which he organized in 1959. She continues in service to this day, and most recently was a day charter, excursion vessel in Vancouver. Construction & Yacht Design with respect to M/V Yacht GULFSTREAM II The hull was crafted from wood (Double Diagnonal Burmese Mahogany) with the decks covered with Fiberglass. The motor yacht superstructure is made largely from wood. With a beam of 5.46 m / 17.9 feet GULFSTREAM II has a moderate interior that is now designed for day and evening harbour cruises. A reasonably shallow draught of 1.37m (4.5ft) affects the number of harbours she can visit, contingent on their minimum depth at low tide. She had refit maintenance and changes undertaken in 1995. Engines & Speeds For M/V GULFSTREAM II: The vessel is powered with twin GRAY main engine(s) and can drive at a stately maximum speed underway of approximately 11 knots. The engines create 165 horse power. Her total HP is 330 HP. Coupled to the GULFSTREAM II engines are twin screw propellers. The boat has a sedate cruising speed of 10 knots which provides a range of 900 nautical miles. GULFSTREAM II Accommodation: There are 4 cabins aboard, each of which sleeps 2 on the lower deck. The upper deck has been laid out for entertaining guests during a harbour cruise. As a charter vessel, she can be used for day or hourly charters, as well as business functions, weddings, or dinner cruises, and she could always be converted back into a private yacht if the new owners so desire. A List of the Specifications of the GULFSTREAM II: Motor Yacht GULFSTREAM II Ex: Malibu Tilikum; Yorkeen; Campana; Jormholm - Built By: Star Shipyard (Mercers Ltd.) - Built in: New Westminster Bc, Canadian - Launched in: 1943 - Refitted in: 1995 - Length Overall: 34.14 metres / 112 feet - Waterline Length: 32.6 (107 ft) Naval Architecture: Admiralty, Admiralty - Designers Involved in Yacht Design: - Interior Designers: - Gross Tonnes: 163 - Nett Tonnes: 91 - Displacement: 168 - Hull / Superstructure Construction Material: wooden / fiberglass covered wood - GULFSTREAM II available for yacht charters: -   The main engines are two 165 Horse Power or Gray Marine 6.71. - Overall output: 330 HP. - Approximate Cruise Speed is 10 nautical miles per hour. - Her top Speed is around 11 knots. - Approximate range: 900 at a speed of 10 knots. - Yacht Beam: 5.46m/17.9ft. - Waterline Length (LWL): 32.6m/107ft. - Draught at deepest: 1.37m/4.5ft.   This is your opportunity to own a piece of history and for an extremely attractive price. Check other Fairmile prices for comparison.
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