Super sailing Yachts
By Maarten Janssen
1) The 93 metre Eos
At 93 metre, the 1500 GRT three-masted schooner is the world’s biggest cruising yacht. She premiered by Lürssen in 2006. EOS is a really exclusive boat, which means you wont get a hold of many photographs of the lady. However, this new Lürssen website has several excellent shots of her, well worth looking at. You Can Also get a glimpse of the woman stunning inside, created by François Catroux.
2) The 90 metre Royal Huisman Athena
The 90 metre extremely sailing yacht Athena ended up being built because of the Dutch Royal Huisman shipyard in 2004. The superyacht’s exterior lines were designed by Pieter Beeldsnijder Design, with naval design by Dykstra & Partners and an inside by Rebecca Bradley home design. Athena is amongst the biggest sailing yachts established since the 1930’s, and reaching boosts to 19 knots, Athena can outrun most other sailing superyachts.
3) The 88 metre Maltese Falcon
Perhaps one of the most iconic of all of the yachts, and certainly the absolute most photographed in modern times, the newest 88 metre Maltese Falcon is famed on her behalf advanced automated square-rigged DynaRig sail program. Three towering free-standing rotating carbon-fibre masts hold 25, 800 sq. ft. of fabric on 15 square sails delivering exemplary overall performance, rate and manoeuvrability. The yacht, built by Perini Navi, was offered in August of 2009 to the woman present owner, just who actively participates superyacht regatta's, revealing the yachts abilities.
4) The 75 metre Ron Holland Designed M5
The superyacht ended up being built-in the uk by Vosper Thornycroft to a design of Ron Holland Design. The boat is undergoing a refit at Pendennis Plus right now. M5’s stop by at Pendennis will dsicover the stern redesigned and extended by 3m. Alongside this various other outside restyling work will include installing a side boarding system. The inner areas of the refit might find the key and lower decks go through a total restyle. M5’s main deck specifically will be entirely transformed when all joinery is replaced to check RWD’s brand-new design.
5) The 75 metre Phocea
Sailing yacht Phocea was built as a single-handed competition yacht, built to participate within the Observer Single-Handed Trans-Atlantic Race. After racing the Atlantic in 1976, she had been changed into a cruise ship by the French shipyard DCAN. In 1999/2000 this lady owner, a well known lady, after whom the 105 metre Lady Moura was known as, ordered an important interior and outside refit at the Lürssen shipyard in Germany. The yacht had been once again sold in 2010 to the woman current proprietors. Phocea accommodates 12 guests in 1 Master, 1 VIP, 2 Double and 2 Twin cabins, and she sleeps 23 crew users.