Citadel Yachts completes 102-foot vessel

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Tacoma, Wash.-based Citadel Yachts announced the launch of its latest build, a 102-foot expedition yacht named Polar Bear, for an experienced U.S. yachtsman.

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This long-range vessel features a steel displacement hull with a bulbous bow, active quad-fin stabilizers, bow and stern thrusters and fully protected propellers and rudders. Powered by twin 685-hp Caterpillar C-18B diesel engines, she has a range in excess of 5,000 nautical miles.

The boat deck accommodates a 24-foot sportfishing boat and two RIB tenders.

Polar Bear will spend her first season in Alaska.

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