|Year of production||1970-1974|
|Height above waterline (m)||3.70 - w/o flybridge|
|Freeboard front (m)||2.00|
|Freeboard aft (m)||1.64|
|Fuel (l)||2 x 800|
|Water (l)||2 x 800|
|Number of boats||3|
A luxury yacht that combines safety and comfort. The solid construction of the yacht allowed all kinds of excursions to any waters. The boat was built entirely in mahogany - even the great hull. Besides the prototype all ships were equipped with a flybrige.
The Royal Cruiser 47 was the first ship to be built in the new shipyards in Västervik. The hull of the first ship was still built in Storebro and then half done transported in winter on icy roads to Västervik.
The ship was originally presented as Royal Cruiser V. With the release of the smaller Royal Cruiser 43 then the Roman nomenclature was changed to the length specification in foot.
For these boats the hull numbers 1621, 1812 and 2131 were used.
|No. of cylinders||8||6||6|
|Engine output (kw/(HP))||208/(283)||115 - 147/|
(157 - 200)
|114 - 184/|
(155 - 250)
Volvo-data was taken from the Volvo Penta engine-database