Not only is this the latest yacht to emerge from the British Columbia-based
yard, but she’s also the first to incorporate a new hull
design. We’ll describe it in more detail in our upcoming
feature article this fall, but suffice it to say that when Diane
Byrne watched the yacht in action, the resulting bow wake was
quite clean. As you can tell by the photos here, the exterior
styling is sleek, and the interior features the expertly matched
wood that the yard has become famous for. Also note the stained
glass in the interior photo above, taken in the galley.
The idea of combining volume and performance is about as old as boatbuilding itself. But sometimes the execution just brings the mix to a precise level that will stop you in your tracks. Check out the 26-knot Sunseeker 95, and see how she came about.
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