Vitters announced their new project at the recent Monaco Yacht Show…
Vitters shares an update of its fleet
Vitters announced their new project, a 44-meter fast cruising sloop at the recent Monaco Yacht Show. Delivery of project 3093 is scheduled for spring 2024.
The project evolved from a concept originally created by Reichel Pugh Yacht Design, with naval architecture and interior design by Design Unlimited. After close collaboration between the design team and the Vitters shipyard, the parties reached an agreement whereby Ezio Dal Maso, of Stephensen Harwood, acted on behalf of the owners.
The yacht benefits from modern and dynamic exterior lines – with comfortable double helm seats with excellent visibility – combined with an exceptional level of comfort and a timeless contemporary interior styling.
The main features of the yacht are the modern superstructure with a large glass and a panoramic view from all positions. The large glass roof gives a feeling of space and offers interaction with navigation from the saloon. Two outdoor seating areas and a sundeck provide plenty of choice for alfresco dining as well as for lounging in multiple locations.
Bas Peute de Vitters notes that “the project team worked intensively together to meet the owner’s requirements to build a safe and comfortable superyacht that performs equally well in all weather conditions.”
The clean-lined sloop has ample deck space for guests to venture out onto, while the large covered cockpit provides ample room to relax and dine, sheltered from the elements.
The transom area can easily be converted into a lavish beach club, near sea level.
The spacious interior exudes a luxurious and modern feel with intricately carved wood panels and upscale fixtures and fittings. A full-length deckhouse skylight allows natural light to enter.
When complete, the superyacht will include a host of innovative solutions and onboard equipment such as twin V-drums – developed by in-house engineers at Vitters – in the forepeak, for easy changes and stowage of the boat. headsail, two “submarine” anchoring systems and a “peak shaving” battery system for efficient energy management.
Yacht design by Reichel Pugh
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