The 93m/305ft ketch performance sailing yacht RIPPLE has been unveiled by Van Geest Design and Rob Doyle naval architects. Nineteen years after their collaboration on the 77.6m sailing yacht Mirabella V (now M5) the team of expert naval architects have gathered again for another stunning superyacht project, based on the owner’s feedback and recent market trends.
In order to create more outdoor living areas for relaxation and activities, the new superyacht concept features safe distance from the decks for guests. The swing keel system provides more directional stability and does not take any space away from the interior.
The 360-degree panoramic views are offered on the sky deck, which has been designed without winches, blocs and sheer handling on sight. The built-in automated process with the sailing yacht’s structure has been added to free up space on forwarding and aft decks. Van Geest Design added another feature to the design, which is the integrated lighting. Image how amazing the yacht would look at night.
Direct access to the beach club is provided via open transom, which one of the recreation space features. Sailing yacht RIPPLE also has a seawater pool and a hot tub. There is also space to carry two ten-metre guest tenders.