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Brazilian yard MCP Yachts has announced that its MCP 92.5 RPH yacht has now been launched – and christened Ragnar.
The 27.74-metre (91-foot) in-house design has been constructed entirely from aluminium with a 7.15-metre beam and maximum draught of 1.85 metres.
New images show the exterior styling of the 92.5 RPH possesses a bold colour scheme, while it also features a fold-out owner’s balcony.
Accommodation on board is for up to 12 guests across six cabins, which consist of a main-deck master suite, two doubles and three twin cabins. The crew quarters allow for a staff of four across two cabins.
MCP Yachts has said that it will be offering a four-cabin and a five-cabin alternative on any future models.
On the exterior of the vessel, there is a spacious sundeck which features a hardtop bimini, a barbecue and a bar area. Tender storage aft is accessed via a built-in davit crane.
Power comes from twin 1,295hp Caterpillar diesel engines for a top speed of 27 knots and a fast cruising speed of 23 knots – just one of a number of different engine installations MCP Yachts offers with the 92.5 RPH.
When cruising at 10 knots, the yacht will boast a maximum cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles courtesy of a total fuel capacity of 8,796 litres.
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