The most recent launch of the respected Dutch builder Vitters Shipyard, the 42.6m charter yacht Sarissa, has recently received a prominent ShowBoats Design Award. Naval architect Stephane Leveel from Tripp Design, a well known US studio responsible for the naval architecture of the beautiful carbon performance sailing yacht Sarissa, proudly took over the golden Neptune on Friday 22 June at the Monaco Opera House.
Vitters superyacht Sarissa impressed the independent jury being a fast cruising globetrotter with her carbon hull, fully modern sail plan and foils, and her distinctive profile with a mainsheet arch and paired vertical port lights.
Below is a video of the spectacular high-performance superyacht Sarissa made by Tom Nitsch Images.
Length hull overall 42.6 m (138 ft)
Beam (max) 8.6 m (28 ft)
Draft 4.0 m (13 ft) keel up / 6.2 m (20 ft) keel down
Delivery August 2011
Naval Architect Tripp Design Naval Architecture LLC
Interior Designer Rhoades Young Design Ltd.
Owner’s Representative Jens Cornelsen Yacht Consultant GmbH.
Hull & superstructure Carbon composite by Green Marine Ltd.
Yacht Management Hill Robinson
Sailing Yacht Sarissa
|Year:||2011 (Refit n/a)||L.O.A.:||42.60 m (139'76'')||Beam:||8.60 m (28'22'')|
|Max Speed:||enquire||Cruise Speed:||11 knots||Engines:||Caterpillar C-12 490 hp|