The clans of the Highlands were known for their rebellious spirit and this trait lives on in the youngest of the Jacobite family. With a top speed of 12 knots and a passenger capacity of 200, Jacobite Rebel can give our very own Jacobite Warrior a run for her money.
Like Warrior, Rebel is also a catamaran of Gallic birth, designed by Phillipe Suberero and built by Chantier naval de Rovere near Toulon in France. Originally named Jules Verne IV, the vessel didn't quite make it "around the world in 80 days", but she did sail proudly between Cannes, Nice and St Tropez, before saying "au revoir" to the Mediterranean in 2014 and setting sail for Loch Ness.
After a long and arduous journey north, Jacobite Rebel arrived polished and preened by MacDuff Shipbuilders at Buckie and has now joined Jacobite's proud fleet of impressive vessels.
Length: 20.65m Beam: 7.64m Draught Laden: 1.2m Gross Tonnage: 118.5 MCA Passenger Vessel Certificate: Class V Service Speed: 12 knots Maximum Passengers: 200 Minimum Crew: two
Registered at Inverness No 920778, Call Sign: 2IOI8 (Two India Oscar India Eight), MMSI Number: 235111446: Main Engines: 2 x Baudouin 6SR123SR 397 HP: Generators 1 x Beta Marine 15kVa, 1 x Beta Marine 26kVa: Simrad NSO Multi function GPS, Radar and Echo Sounder, Olex 3D Plotting System, 2 x Sailor RT6215 VHF Radios, 3 Icom M73 Hand held VHF radios.
2 x 100 person Zodiac and 1 x 65person RFD Liferaft. Adult, children and large person lifejackets.
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