CYGNUS MONTANUS by Yachting Developments
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CYGNUS MONTANUS Specifications
|Type/Year:||by Yachting Developments/2016|
|Builder/Designer:||Yachting Developments, Frers, Adam Lay Studio, Adam Lay|
|Locations:||Pula, ANTARCTICA, Egypt, Tuscany, British Columbia, Japan, Corsica, THE SOUTH PACIFIC|
Sailing yacht CYGNUS MONTANUS is a striking 33,83-metre performance ocean cruising sloop, built by the prestigious New Zealand shipyard Yachting Developments. Built under Hull n° 1012 CYGNUS MONTANUS has been superbly penned by Frers Naval Architecture, with interior design by Adam Lay Studio. She was launched in May 2016.
Easily handled by a small crew, Yachting Developments's CYGNUS MONTANUS is built in composite and features a lifting keel for better access to anchorages even the more remote areas.
CYGNUS MONTANUS offers accommodation in one spacious full beam master suite and three guests cabins, for a total of eight guests on board. All suites have en-suite bathroom facilities and luxury amenities.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 33.83m (110'9'') yacht CYGNUS MONTANUS, so please enquire for more information.
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"What I try to achieve when designing any kind of boat is to do something which is fast and good looking. That is to say, the whole thing is well proportioned and has grace regardless of the size and type. A boat that is responsive, gracious and has character." - German Frers