The all-new 62m performance sloop project by Tony Castro Yachts is a fast, sleek and sexy vessel, first introduced by the world class UK-based design studio at the London Yacht, Jet and Prestige Car Show. Also known as Project 441, this impressive 62m design was developed in order to reach the 500GRT limit with the largest possible sailing yacht. Above this limit the rules become more onerous and the vessel is more expensive to build and operate.
Boasting an amazing layout and deck space to be enjoyed at anchor, the 62m sloop features the main deck saloon and outside space all in one level, with great visibility incorporating a shaded, well protected area for seating and eating that can be even air conditioned.
The interior layout is composed of 6 large and comfortable cabins, sleeping up to 12 guests. There are incredibly generous Owner’s quarters and five guest cabins, as well as accommodation for a crew of 10. Moreover, the vessel offers everything needed for enjoyment on board, including two large tenders, and splash pool, to name but a few.
Thanks to her retractable keel, the yacht boasts power and stability she needs to become a serious performance vessel under sail. Furthermore, she can easily enter ports and can anchor close to the shore.
Principal Dimensions of the new 62m performance sloop concept by Tony Castro Yachts:
Draft 4.5m / 7.7m
Sail Area Upwind 1880.0 m2
Sail Area Downwind 2800.0 m2
Speed under Engine 18.0 Knots