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GAME CHANGER is a 70 метр (227 фут) support vessel built in 2017 by the Dutch shipbuilder DAMEN. She is the fourth hull in Damen’s 70-metre segment and can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 luxurious cabins.

NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Fully certified Helideck and hangar ~250m² of open deck space ~Dive centre with decompression chamber ~Lift system ~Offices ~Stabilizers ~Deck crane ~Long range cruising capabilities

GAME CHANGER is an impressive support vessel that provides the ultimate experience for guests who wish to have fun off the beaten track while significantly reducing the usual cost of ownership for a yacht this size.

She has a huge storage and guest capacity and really offers the ultimate yachting solution for professional helicopter operations. With her 227 ft LOA and 820 square feet of deck space, she is the ideal yacht for those who want to do more with more equipment, toys and staff. She is perfectly equipped to support wide-ranging operations with the benefits of flexible operations and privacy. Her interior is bright, with use of neutral fabrics and light wooden panels.

With an additional interior 110 m2 of indoor space, needless to say, she offers guests plenty of room for any activity on board as well as storage for large water toys.

Her certified helipad on the aft deck allows a large helicopter to be lowered below deck into the safety of an enclosed hangar. She has onboard refueling capabilities also.

Another great feature of this yacht is the dive centre below deck, complete with decompression chamber.

Built on speculation and launched in February 2017, Game Changer is capable of carrying an 11.3 metre Wajer tender, a 10.5 metre Damen RIB and a U-Boat Worx submersible on the main deck. She is based on the same patented Damen Sea Axe hull as 6711 and Garcon, but with a 2.04 metre stern extension to allow for a helicopter hangar.

Damen Yacht Support Vessel Game Changer Sold
Dutch shipbuilder DAMEN is delighted to announce the sale of 70-metre GAME CHANGER (227 ft) from the Yacht Support range
Mark Vermeulen, product director at Damen, said: “The strength of Damen’s global business means we can build these large and sophisticated vessels on speculation, and we also have the breadth of experience and facilities to offer fast customisation with the same team that built her. So owners get a brand new Damen Yacht Support vessel that meets their unique requirements, but within a matter of months — not years.”

Game Changer’s key features include 250 square metres of open deck space for storing tenders and water toys via the large deck crane with a lifting capacity of 15 тонн. A further 110 square metres of air conditioned storage space below decks creates the perfect spot for a dive centre.

What’s more, Game Changer boasts a fully certified superyacht helipad, which means that owners can travel with a larger helicopter and land in a wider range of weather conditions.

Commercial director Rose Damen added: “It’s exciting to see how these clients are using Damen vessels to realise their vision of yachting. It’s not only about the capability to do more, see more and enjoy their yachts more, but we also see that our clients enjoy spending time on their Yacht Support vessels. So it’s very important that our vessels go far beyond commercial ship standards and that’s exactly where our experience and yachting know-how sets us apart.”

With deep provision storage and quarters for 22 crew and staff, Game Changer is described by the yard as a “crew paradise”. She is ideal for recuperation between shifts on the mothership, with a spacious mess area and a superyacht gym on board.

Power comes from four 3,000hp MTU 16V4000 M63L diesel engines for a top speed of 20 knots and a maximum cruising range of 4,500 nautical miles at 16 knots.

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GAME CHANGER 70m Support vessel by DAMEN visit Puerto Banus 13 Ноябрь 2018