RED DRAGON Alloy Yachts | From EUR€ 245,000 /wk
RED DRAGON is 52m (170’) and was constructed by Alloy Yachts in New Zealand and was handed over to her owner in March 2008. The design from Dubois Naval Architects was for a high performance aluminium sloop superyacht. The requirement was a world class luxury cruising yacht with the ability to stay operational for long periods at sea without outside assistance. The yacht provides accommodation for 8 guests, in 1 owner’s suite and three guest suites as well as a single cabin.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Unique interior ~Exceptionally engineered and maintained ~Gymnasium ~Impressive assortment of water toys
Once again the partnership between Dubois and Alloy has successfully produced one of the most significant sailing yachts afloat today.
Wilmotte & Associates designed RED DRAGON’s contemporary and relaxing interior, an interior which boasts a large saloon with formal dining area for up to 10 guests. The styling features a light contemporary timber interior.
Also included is a separate gymnasium with Pullman berth and en-suite. Her ample flybridge above is accessed from the cockpit.
RED DRAGON is very striking with topsides finished in anthracite grey and a white superstructure. Her excellent sailing performance and clean decks will without doubt turn heads wherever she goes. She is fitted with a huge 62.5m (205ft) carbon fibre mast with a fully battened in-boom furling mainsail. Sails are handled by 11 captive and six vertical winches.
RED DRAGON Specifications
|10.20m (33' 6")
|51.70m (169' 7")
|CAT C32 "C" rated @1400 h
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The yacht’s main engine is a C32 1400hp caterpillar and she is fitted with two 90kW Northern Lights generators. Two water makers each supply up to 16,000 litres per day. Bow and stern thrusters assist manoeuvring in confined space and her range under power is approx. 5900nm at 10 knots.
RED DRAGON’s crew have worked together as a team for many years on the owner’s previous yachts. The Captain, runs a very professional and happy ship and is highly regarded in the Superyacht industry.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
The luxury sailing yacht’s guest accommodation provides for an owner’s suite and three guest suites. (3 Double, 1 Twin cabin) Also included is a separate gymnasium with Pullman berth and en-suite.
Charter Amenities and Extras
Tenders & Toys: -Water Skis including -Wake boards -Towables -2 x Seabobs -4 x inflatable SUPs -1 x 2 pax inflatable kayak -1 x windsurfer -Beach Volley ball setup and other sports balls
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"Alloy Yachts built large sailing superyachts and the New Zealand company has won numerous International Yachting Awards and has been placed as a finalist on many occasions."