Ghost Yachts, an innovative design company based in the Netherlands, is currently applying final details to their latest design and the first sailing yacht design – the 130ft sailing sloop G130SS. Just like their motor yachts, the new superyacht G130SS is created to push the boundaries of performance and style.
The G130SS yacht is specifically created as a High Performance sailing yacht and boasts a naval architecture that is highly influenced by modern ocean racing yachts. Dual rudders, lifting keel, flat top mainsail and a carbon sandwich hull with high form stability are just a number of details that emphasise the yacht’s intentions to compete with the best in superyacht racing. The concept of the G130SS merges the sailing characteristics of an ocean racer without compromising luxury and onboard amenities.
The exterior styling of the sailing yacht Ghost 130SS has been created by Stefano Carugno of the Italian design firm Gloss Design. Naval Architecture and engineering is developed by Schickler Tagliapietra who combine a vast experience in both sailing superyachts and racing yachts. The technical consultancy and project supervision is in the trusted hands of Philip Demler of Demler Marine Projects.
Beam Max 8.9m
Draft keel down 6.2m
Draft keel up 4.1m
Sail Area Main 567 m2
Sail Area Genoa 397 m2
Sail Area Spinnaker 1,240 m2