--Modified Bruce Roberts 45 steel & ketch rigged, finely crafted round chined hull
--Built 2000 in Estonia and Riga, Sweden
--Length 53', beam 16', full keel draft 5.5', height above water-line 67', weight 30 tons
--Engine: Perkins Saber M90 diesel & Aqua-Drive, using 3/4 to 1 gallon per hour at 6 knots, range 1200 nautical miles
--StainlessTankage: Diesel 250 gallons, Water 350 gallons with rain collection
--Sails:  4 Heavy Dimension Polyant Storm sails, Spare Genoa & Staysail, Staysail Storm sail, Universal Power Sail
--12v & 110v service, Heartface power management, high amp alternator, Honda generator
--Ground Tackle:  Manson Supreme 70lb, CQR, Fortress, Chain & Nylon Rhode, 18' Sea Anchor & bridle
--Comnav Auto Pilot, Dual hydraulic Steering stations, Dual Cockpits, 4kw Radar, Coastal Explorer, GPS, AIS,   
  depth, wind, sea temperature sensors
--Communication:  SSB with Pactor Modem, Dual VHF, handheld VHF's, Irridium Satelight phone
--13' First Responder dive tender with 20hp Tohatsu
--Dive kits for 5, 6 tanks, compressor
--Viking Resc You Offshore 8 man liferaft, full complement of safety equipement, EMT kit, EPIRB, harness's, tethers 
  and jacklines, 3/4" storm glass in cockpit windows,
--4 bilge pump options
--Heavy structural davits, numerous overbuilt features in rigging & chainplates, winches,drivetrain & hydraulic
--Three private cabins, 9 berths
--Forward sunlit cabins with desks
--2 generous heads with showers & sinks
--walk in engine room
--refrigeration, butane 3 burner with stove
--7 skylights, sunny bright baltic birch & teak trim
--Spacious high ceilings, 9' clearance in salon area, roomy beam
--Insulated hull keeps interior cool & quiet
--12v & 110V service, audio & video resources
-- Large outside cockpit with Bimini
--Interior cockpit part of salon with generous navigation station
--Extensive storage room for gear
--Broad rugged decks can carry heavy materials & equipement

    Research Vessel Llyr
CG Documentation #1090100, Salem, MA.
Current 2013-2014 berth, Vuda Point, Fiji
          (Llyr: Welsh "Of the Sea")