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Dubois Naval Architects was founded in 1977 and has since then, under head architect Ed Dubois, designed many beautiful and functional luxury yachts.  With a focus on modern and technologically advanced sailing yachts, Dubois Yachts have created many of the significant yachts on the water today.  Their yacht designs “marry seaworthiness with grace and this union spawns concepts which perform well at every level.” Their aim “is to produce yachts which perform their function perfectly."

Earlier some of Duboi's yachts were built in Europe, although more recently Alloy Yachts has been the yard of choice as well as Fitzroy Yachts, both in New Zealand.

Here are some of the luxury yachts that may be chartered which have been designed by Dubois Yachts.  Please contact us should you wish to enquire about a Dubois designed yacht.Dubois Naval Architects Ltd: Offering the Best Superyachts from Day One.

Dubois Naval Architects Ltd. is a world renowned leader in designing first class racing yachts, sailing and motor yachts today. This could be due to the fact that Dubois’ first design, the Borsalino Trois, won the Three Quarter Ton Cup in the British Trials, the RORC Class IV overall prize, and the Solent Points Championship. Not only did the Borsalino Trois win all of these major races, but she won them all in her first year in the water. From that point forward Dubois Naval Architects Ltd. was a household name among yachting enthusiasts.

More recently, Dubois launched the Como, a 134’ motoryacht with a stylish, contemporary design inside and out using marble to embellish the interior and a sleek silver exterior. The Como launched in November of 2006. The Red Dragon is a 169’ sloop sailing yacht that launched in 2001 and is the half-sister (hull designs are alike) to the 2007 Kokomo. The Kokomo boasts of a master stateroom plus four guest cabins, along with a captain’s suite and four crew cabins. The crew is a happy one with separate quarters including their own laundry, pantry and large galley. Kokomo is a fast cruising sloop style sailing superyacht.

After the winning designs of the Borsalino Trois and later the Police Car, Dubois Naval Architects Ltd. was sought after by shipyards to design a series of production boats. In 1985 a yacht owner came to Dubois with some ideas of his own that he wanted turned into a super performing superyacht. They worked together and came up with one of the most innovative and technologically advanced vessels of the time. The Aquel II was the talk of every port she visited and it wasn’t long before private owners were seeking out Dubois to put their ideas into design.

Today Dubois Naval Architects Ltd. is dedicated to designing innovative custom luxury yachts that are fast and perform better than any of the competition. They achieve this by communicating with not only the client but with every person commissioned to build the boat at all points of the process until delivery. They strive to have the best understanding of what the client wants as well as what the yacht needs to perform at its very best in the water.

There are currently 13 yachts in build at Dubois. The smallest of these is the Alcanara, a mere 95.5 foot sloop fast cruising sailing yacht being built for an Australian client. The owner wanted a luxurious and fast sailing superyacht styling that was just under 100 feet long. The largest of the yachts in build is the 191.59 foot Kokomo, due to launch in 2010. This massive sloop sailing yacht is slated to be a significant advancement in the entire yacht design industry because it will not only be one of the largest sailing yachts, but also the best performing of all regardless of their size. Dubois Naval Architects Ltd. has certainly outdone itself, and the others, with this luxury superyacht.

Here are some of the Dubois designed superyachts currently available for luxury yacht charters:

Dubois Yacht News

NZ Millennium Cup 2015 to feature Dubois Race Day
NZ Millennium Cup 2015 to be hosted by the beautiful Bay of Islands yacht holiday destination, nestled in New Zealand
The picturesque waters of the lovely Bay of Islands yacht rental location, nestled in New Zealand, will host the 2015 NZ Millennium Cup from January 21 to 23. In 2015, the South Pacific's premier superyacht regatta will feature the Dubois Race Day for the first time.
Asia Superyacht Rendezvous to celebrate its 14th anniversary this month
The idyllic Kata Rocks resort will host the 2014 Asia Superyacht Rendezvous
Asia Superyacht Rendezvous will celebrate its 14th anniversary this month. The prominent event will once again host the world's finest yachts, including the 72m custom charter yacht Titania, which underwent a major refit in 2012.
Yachting Developments announces new yard site
Superyacht Hull 1012 under construction at Yachting Developments' new site yard
Yachting Developments has relocated to a new, larger yard site. This is currently hosting the 33,5m Frers-designed superyacht Hull 1012, due to be delivered in 2016.
Feadship Superyachts – a Leading Brand for Luxury Yacht Charters
Feadship superyacht Madame Gu at 2014 MYS - Photo by
Feadship is undoubtedly, one of the top luxury yacht builders in the world, constructing truly custom made Feadship superyachts. The company was once again amongst the main highlights of the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show with such fantastic Feadship charter yachts and private yachts moored in and around the Monaco harbour, as the 46m Dubois motor...
Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2014: Final preparations to welcome Superyachts
The Asia Superyacht Rendezvous 2014 is currently preparing for the arrival of Superyachts. From December 16 to 18, the event will officially start with the welcoming cocktail party aboard the legendary charter yacht Silolona.
ISS Design Awards 2014 for Dubois-designed Superyachts COMO and MONDANGO 3
Dubois-designed superyacht COMO
The striking 46m Feadship motor yacht COMO, as well as the 56,4m Alloy sailing yacht MONDANGO 3 have been honoured with the ISS Design Award 2014 in their categories. Both vessels have been superbly penned by Dubois Naval Architects.