The Dubois-designed, 150ft performance cruiser accelerates like a race yacht, yet provides the utmost in luxury and comfort.
Ganesha is as at home with competitive sailing as she is with cruising the world’s oceans.
Key features include pop-up bollards, an under deck staysail furler and a winch pit forward of the mast to hide halyards and sheets.
The interior, designed by Newcruise, accommodates guests in four cabins in a full-beam master suite and three doubles.
Ganesha also boasts a fixed carbon bimini with vertical sliding windows.
“WITHIN SEVEN MINUTES FROM FAMILY RELAXING TO SAILING MODE…
BECAUSE THATS HOW LONG THE DISHWASHER RUNS.”
OWNERS OF GANESHA
DESIGNER STATEMENT: NEWCRUISE
The owners request on their sailing yacht interior was that it should be lightweight to give great performance
in regattas but luxurious, comfortable and cozy for family holidays.
Every interior piece was carefully selected and discussed at great length for its impact on weight and performance.
Features were evaluated against each other and the pros and cons on functionality, look or comfort were balanced off.
A spacious guest area with four cabins and a convertible additional TV lounge as well as a sizeable crew area
found its place in the lower deck while the saloon is flooded with sunlight through the surrounding windows and overhead hatches.
All cabins provide remarkable headroom for the sleek hull and superstructure.
“THE NAME OF THE SAILING YACHT GANESHA
CONTAINS THE DESIGN BRIEFING WHICH WAS GIVEN
FOR THE INTERIOR STYLING.”
Ganesha is a sloop rigged 46m performance cruiser designed by Dubois Naval Architects and interior architect Newcruise.
A specific technical feature is the cockpit with a fixed carbon bimini.
The vertically sliding curved glass windows can be moved up to enclose the cockpit area from the elements.
When sailing warmer seas, the deckhouse with the main companionway opened will be beautifully connected to the cockpit,
creating an unexpectedly spacious living area. Also the Vitters’ developed rudder feed-back system is a functional improvement.
It offers the feeling of the real helm, without the need for “sports club muscles”.
Type: Performance Cruiser.
Owner’s Representative: Klaus Allebrodt
Length hull overall: 46 m | Length waterline: 40.6 m.
Full specifications can be found in Ganesha PDF.