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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.”

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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