The Uri is a true blue-water motorsailer, uniquely designed to be operated and enjoyed by a wheelchair-bound paraplegic. Built in 1992 at Damstra shipyards in Holland, she is spacious and comfortable for 4-6 people, with two bedrooms below, a large enclosed galley and lounge abovedecks, and ample fore and aft sundecks. Maintained with love and care, the Uri's hull is 100% aluminum for longevity and durability. A true one-of-a-kind yacht, the Uri is uniquely comfortable and capable vessel for all aboard.
The Uri was architected by Itay Simhony of Raffles Yacht Shipyard
|Displacement||38 metric tonnes|
|Engine||Perkins M165T, 150hp|
|Generator||Kohler 16 KW|
|Fuel Capacity||2000 liters|
|Freshwater Capacity||1600 liters|
|Sail Area||128.5 m2|
The Uri is no superficial makeover of an existing yacht—she was designed for full accessibilty above and belowdecks. Galley, shower, head, and engine room are all wheelchair-friendly, enabling usage and maintenance by the owner. Thought was given to getting on and off the boat as well; the Uri boasts an aft Hydraulic crane and wide gangways for easy embarkation and disembarkation from any pier. Important controls have been placed within reach of a seated person, from lightswitches to winches. Accessibility is evident in many thoughtful details throughout the boat; she is a truly accessible motorsailer.