Monaco 2012: Alloy - Vertigo - Yachts International

Monaco 2012: Alloy - Vertigo

Vertigo (Hull No. AY41) is the largest sailing yacht to date from New Zealand builder Alloy Yachts. Designed with modern lines by Philippe Briand, she has a stunningly elegant interior by Christian Liagre Interior Design, whose brief was to render her “Urban at Sea.”
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Vertigo (Hull No. AY41) is the largest sailing yacht to date from New Zealand builder Alloy Yachts. Designed with modern lines by Philippe Briand, she has a stunningly elegant interior by Christian Liagre Interior Design, whose brief was to render her “Urban at Sea.” Mast and rigging is by Southern Spars, and she has a full suite of North Sails. She has all the bells, whistles and amenities of a mega motoryacht, yet she remains a sailing yacht at heart, with vast teak decks, a low profile and high-performance capabilities.

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LOA: 220ft. 6in. (67.2m)
Beam: 41ft. 2in. (12.53m)
Draft: 16ft. 6in. (5.05m)
Engines: 2 x 1,400bhp Caterpillar C32 DI-TTA V12, @ 2,300 rpm
Sail area: 57,372 sq. ft. (5,330 sq. m)

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