A 220 foot sailing yacht from Alloy Yachts, the AY41 Vertigo Superyacht was designed by Naval Architect Philippe Briand with sophisticated and luxurious interior decor by Christian Liaigre. Built in New Zealand, the client requested an "urban feel' for the interior and Liaigre gave them that in spades. With custom designed furnishings, glossy woods, stainless steel kitchen appliances, chromed fixtures, modern lighting, sumptuous leather accents, tinted walnut and black sandblasted wood floorboards and the latest in technology, the yacht feels more like a Manhattan penthouse than say, a Manhattan penthouse.
above: At 67.2 meters (220 feet) long, the Vertigo is the largest largest luxury sailing yacht built in the Southern Hemisphere (so far).
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Specifications of Sailing yacht Vertigo (AY41) by Alloy Yachts
LOA 67.2m (220ft)
LWL 61.0m (200ft)
Beam 12.53m (41.1ft)
Draft 5.05m (16.5ft)
Sails North Sails
Sail Area 5330m²
Mast/Boom/Rigging Southern Spars New Zealand & EC6+
Winches Alloy Yachts Custom
Main Engines 2 x Caterpillar C32 DI-TTA V12, 1400
BHP each @ 2300 RPM (1044 bkW)
Bow/Stern thrusters Alloy Yachts Vertical Hyd and American
Bow Thrusters 200HP Trac 28
Generators 2 x Caterpillar C9 200kW
Fuel 64,000 litres approx
Water 13,900 litres approx
BUILDER Alloy Yachts
DESIGNER Phillipe Briand Yacht Design
INTERIOR DESIGN Christian Liaigre Interior Design
CLASSIFICATION Lloyds Register
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