RTE 1 / 13 Denison yacht The Yachters Denison is a luxury yachty built in 1932 and now in its 30s.
It was built in Denmark by a Danish company and owned by John B. Denison.
It is now a luxury yacht, with a capacity of 542 guests.
Denisons Yachter Denison was built to accommodate the likes of Prince William, Prince Harry, and the Duchess of Cambridge.
It has three decks of about 2,500 metres, making it the longest yachter in the UK, according to the National Yacht Museum.
The Denison’s twin engines are a two-stroke, twin-cylinder diesel engine with two turbos and twin turbos.
The engine has a cruising speed of 17 knots, according the National yachters.
The Yacht has been designed for yacht racing, sailing, diving, and speed sailing.
The cabin features a custom cabinetry, including a large window to allow in light.
The exterior of the Denison features a single, wide, leather-wrapped double decked cabin with a luxurious cabinetry.
The interior features a large central area, with plenty of room for passengers and crew.
Denies interior features include a private dining room with a full bar, two private dining rooms, a kitchen, and a bath.
Deny owners claim the cabinetry is made from leather that is 100 per cent waterproof.
The yacht is rated at a cruising of 19 knots, and has a maximum speed of 24 knots.
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