Alloy Yachts

Alloy Yachts is a New Zealand based custom builder of luxury sailing yachts and motor yachts from 30m (100ft) to 68m (220ft).  Alloy yachts is recognised as one of the leading superyacht builders in the world and particularly specialises in high quality luxury sailing yachts.

Boats built by Alloy have an international reputation for reliable operation and world class quality. The quality, innovation and reliability of Alloy Yachts has been acknowledged in many International awards (see below).

The company is helmed by Managing Director Tony Hambrook (ONZM) and enjoys great confidence from leading naval architects, interior designers, project managers, captains and a growing worldwide community of repeat and new satisfied owners.

Here is a full list of Alloy Yachts currently available for charter.  Please contact us here if you would like to find out more about chartering one of these beautiful yachts.

New Zealand is a maritime nation with a long history of ancestors traveling by sea to settle and Alloy Yachts is a product of this heritage.  Alloy's staff of over 300 have sailed well over 500,000 sea miles combined. This passion for the sea and yachting means that Alloy trully understands yachts.

Alloy Yachts has won numerous International Yachting Awards and has been placed as a finalist on many occasions. Below is a growing list of luxury superyachts by Alloy Yachts that have received various international awards:  

Loretta Anne 47m (154ft) motoryacht - 2013

Winner - World Superyacht Award

- Motor Yacht of the Year

- Raised Pilothouse Semi-displacement MY

 

Vertigo 67.2m (220ft) ketch - 2012

Winner - International Superyacht Society Award

- Best Sailing Yacht over 40 Metres

Monaco Yacht Show Prix du Design Award

Winner - World Superyacht Award

- Sailing Yacht of the Year

- Best Sailing Yacht 40m and over

Winner - ShowBoats Design Award

- Exterior Design and Styling

- Interior Layout

- Recreational Space designed for Guest Use

 

Imagine 44.18m (144.9ft) sloop - 2011

Winner - World Superyacht Award

- Best Sailing Yacht 30-44.99m

 

Kokomo 58.4m (191.6ft) sloop - 2010/11

Winner - ISS Award - Best Sailing Yacht 40m+

Winner - World Superyacht Award - Technical Achievement

Winner - ShowBoats Design Award - Technical Achievement in a Sailing Yacht

 

Allogante 40m (131.2ft) motoryacht - 2009

Finalist – World Superyacht Award

October 2009

Winner - ISS Award Best Motoryacht 24m - 40m

 

Mondango 51.7m (170ft) ketch – October 2009

Winner - ISS Award - Best Sailing Yacht 40m+

September 2008

Finalist – Boat International World Superyacht Award

 

Red Dragon 51.7m (170ft) sloop - January 2008

Finalist – Boat International World Superyacht Award

 

VvS1 34m (112ft) motoryacht - April 2007

Winner – Boat International World Superyacht Award

Winner – World Yachts Trophy

Finalist – ShowBoats International Award

 

Como 41m (134ft) motoryacht - December 2006

Winner - Boat International World Superyacht Award

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

Finalist - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - 2007 World Yachts Trophies

 

Kokomo 52m (170ft) sloop - July 2006

Finalist - Boat International World Superyacht Award

Finalist - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Ad Lib 40m (131ft) motoryacht - September 2005

Winner - Boat International World Superyacht Award

Winner – International Superyacht Design Award

Finalist – ShowBoats International Award

 

Janice of Wyoming 40m (131ft) sloop - April 2005

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - Boat International World Superyacht Award

 

Paraiso 33m (108ft) sloop - September 2004

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Tiara 54m (178ft) sloop - February 2004

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Destination Fox Harb’r 41m (134ft) sloop - October 2002

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Chimera 31m (102ft) sloop - April 2002

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Salperton 53m (174ft) ketch - January 2002

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Victoria of Strathearn 40m (130ft) ketch - March 2001

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Kokomo 41m (132ft) sloop - February 2000

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Georgia 49m (159ft) sloop - January 2000

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Savannah 31m (101ft) sloop - February 1998

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Happy Four 32m (105ft) sloop - October 1996

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Atlanta 37m (121ft) sloop - January 1996

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Sovereign 36m (118ft) sloop - July 1995

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Catalyst 28m (92ft) ketch - March 1995

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Corinthian 35m (114ft) sloop - January 1994

Winner - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Imagine 34m (110ft) sloop - April 1993

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Espada 33m (108ft) sloop - July 1992

Winner - ShowBoats International Award

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

 

Esprit 33m (106ft) sloop - January 1991

Finalist - International Superyacht Design Award

A list of yachts Alloy has built over the years can be found  here and includes:

Loretta Anne, Vertigo, Imagine, Allogante, Mondango, Kokomo III, Red Dragon, VvS1,Como, Kokomo, Ad Lib, Janice of Wyoming, Paraiso, Tiara, S.Q.N, Destination Fox Harb'r, Salperton (now Drumbeat), Chimera, Victoria of Strathearn, Freya, Georgia, Kokomo, Charlatan, Savannah, A Khaliq (now Fortune Elephant), Atlanta, Happy Four 1, Catalyst, Sovereign, Corinthian, A Khaliq (now L'Affaire), Imagine, Espada (now Sea Quell), Esprit (now Eclipse), Dove II (now Pacific Eagle), Laissez Faire, Questar (now Freedom), Countach. NZ America's Cup Tender, Chanel (now La Mer Sereine).

Please, follow the links below to explore the outstanding Alloy Yachts-built luxury vessels available for charter. As this is not the complete list of their charter yachts, we invite you to contact us for more information.  

 

Further below, you will also find the latest Alloy Yachts news.

Alloy Yachts News

The Next Generation of Massive Sailing Yachts
Superyacht Dream Symphony by night - Image courtesy of Dykstra & Partners
Naval architects, yacht designers and builders are continuously challenged by the new generation of Owners as well as the latest technologies on the market to create some of the world's most amazing and massive luxury sailing yachts.
Palma Superyacht Show 2015 – An experience not to be missed
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Organized in partnership with MYBA The Worldwide Yachting Association, this year's Palma Superyacht Show will run in the lovely Spain yacht holiday location - Palma de Mallorca from April 30 to May 4. The event will feature such beautiful vessels as the 52m Alloy superyacht Mondango 2.
New ISS Representative for Australasian Superyacht Industry
MUIR’s Matthew Johnston
MUIR’s Matthew Johnston has been elected to the International Superyacht Society (ISS) board. A southern hemisphere presence on the important industry board indicates the growth of the region and potential it offers the wider superyacht industry.
Three Dubois superyacht designs among World Superyacht Awards 2015 Finalists
46m motor yacht COMO by Feadship
Three Dubois designs have been announced as the World Superyacht Awards 2015 Finalists: Feadship luxury yacht Como, Alloy super yacht Mondango 3, as well as Fitzroy sailing yacht Escapade.
Sailing yacht SILENCIO becomes the overall winner of NZ Millennium Cup 2015
Sassafras, winners of day three – credit Jeff Brown
Today, January 23, in the lovely New Zealand yacht charter location - the Bay of Islands was marked by the final day of racing. Line honours for the day went to the Royal Huisman super yacht Sassafras, but the overall Cup went to the 50m sailing yacht Silencio, following her victories on day one and two.
Sailing yacht SILENCIO wins NZ Millennium Cup 2015 on Day One
Sailing yacht Silencio - Winner of Day 1 at the NZ Millennium Cup 2015 - Photo by Jeff Brown
Super yacht Silencio has become the winner of the Millennium Cup division on Day 1 of the currently running NZ Millennium Cup 2015, while sailing yacht Antaeus has won in the Pacific Cup division.