Dykstra Naval Architects are delighted to report that five of their luxury vessels have been named as Finalists for the World Superyacht Awards 2013: J Class sailing yacht Rainbow, J Class charter yacht Endeavour, 36 m Classic Sloop Pumula, 51 m Ketch Kamaxitha as well as 64 m superyacht Mikhail S Vorontsov.
Luxury yacht Rainbow is a noteworthy 40 m J-Class vessel, based on the original sailboat by William Starling Burgess from 1934. Launched by Holland Jachtbouw in 2012, Rainbow provides beautiful and comfortable accommodation for up to 10 guests.
Luxury charter yacht Endeavour is another beautiful J-Class vessel. She is a spectacular 130-foot classic sloop, featuring elegant and comfortable accommodation for 8 guests in total. Endeavour is available for luxury yacht charter in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, as well as Europe.
Sailing yacht Pumula (Project Bugamena) is an elegant 36 m classic sloop, constructed by the prestigious Turkish builder, Royal Huisman. She accommodates her guests in luxurious interiors, designed by bespoke Rhoades Young Design.
Royal Huisman-built 2012 superyacht Kamaxitha (Project Spirit of Tradition) is a spectacular long ketch. She bears unique interior design by Rhoades Young, just like Pumula yacht.
Mikhail S. Vorontsov
The breathtaking 2012 Dream Ship Victory sailing yacht Mikhail S. Vorontsov is a voluminous 64-metre three-masted classic vessel, boasting magnificent interior design by Ken Freivokh. Mikhail S. Vorontsov has been outfitted and completed by Balk Shipyard in the Netherlands.
On May 4th 2013 the World Superyacht Award ceremony will be held in Istanbul, hosted by the Boat International Media Group.