Storebro Royal Cruiser 38
Storebro Royal Cruiser 38 Baltic
Storebro Royal Cruiser 38 Baltic w. Decksalon/Flybridge
|Year of production||1974-1980|
|Height above waterline [m]||3.82 - incl. flying bridge or mast|
2.97 - excl. flying bridge or mast
|Freeboard front [m]||1.50|
|Freeboard aft [m]||1.25|
|Displacement [t]||10.50 - 13.00|
|Fuel [l]||2 x 800|
|Number of boats||28|
|Designer||John H. V. Lindblom|
|The Royal Cruiser 38 is the larger sister of the Royal Cruiser 34. The development task was to develop a larger ship, which took over the design of the successful Royal Cruiser 34. The hull was designed by John H.V. Lindblom, who at this time worked as a staff engineer at Storebro. The superstructure was designed by Winfried H. Wilke, who developed the previously known design of the Storebro Royal Cruiser 34 or Storebro Royal Cruiser III and gave the ship a classic, but much more modern appearance. The new design was then used a year later for the Storebro Royal Cruiser 34.
The boat was offered in four different variants:
|No. of cylinders||6||6||6||6|
|Engine output||[kw/(HP)]||114 - 184/|
(155 - 250)
|135 - 206/|
(184 - 280)
|89 - 147/|
(121 - 200)
|130 - 206/|
(177 - 280)
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