LADY B (2009)
A Dubois designed 147ft performance sailing sloop,
Lady B combines fast sailing with contemporary style and comfort.
Lady B’s slim profile features a single-level superstructure, which keeps weight low and reduces windage.
Constructed in aluminium, Lady B has a high aspect ratio rig with carbon mast and furling boom,
and is equipped with PBO standing rigging to enhance performance.
Her compact lifting keel system generates a variable draught from a minimum depth of four metres
to a maximum depth of six.
With a clean and modern interior by Rhoades Young, Marie’s interior includes walnut woodwork,
rich colours, light fabrics and stainless steel accents.
CINDERELLA IV (2009)
A 128ft sloop, CInderellla IV was designed by Tripp Design to enable long sailing passages to unseen places.
Sailing performance is at the heart of her design and Cinderella IV is fitted with a generous sail plan,
lifting keel and a rational approach to weight control in systems design and construction.
Green Marine manufactured the hull out of pre-preg carbon fibre sandwich.
Cinderella IV offers a modern interpretation of classic deckhouses,
with a strong emphasis on panoramic views and sheltered areas.
To enhance the enjoyment of life at anchor, an overnight silent mode is available thanks to a bank of batteries.
The interior was designed by Donald Starkey Designs and combines wood grain, natural patterns and neutral fabrics.
Mystère, is a Tripp Designed 143ft sloop, which offers fast and comfortable world cruising.
With 190 tonnes of displacement, Mystère provides speed and ease of handling.
A preference for volume in length, rather than beam, offers space and storage for globetrotting.
A low centre of gravity provides seaworthiness and power.
Mystère sails well in the light air of the Mediterranean, as well as in more lengthy passage making.
Rhoades Young Design achieved an elegant and sophisticated interior, with a modern feel,
in keeping with Mystère’s exterior profile.
Nirvana is a 145ft Dubois designed aluminium cruising ketch with a large fly bridge for entertaining and relaxing.
Nirvana has a total draft of no more than 9 feet (3 m).
This has been achieved by developing a full-bodied hull form with generous beam,
high ballast ratio and a pivoting centreboard to take the draft to 10m when fully deployed.
This high aspect ratio foil gives efficient upwind performance,
while the combination of generous beam and high ballast ratio gives excellent stability.
Interior Designer Josep Juanpere Miret of GCA in Barcelona, created a contemporary and elegant style,
using premium materials and a strong attention to detail.
That’s Y delivers fast cruising with graceful and elegant lines.
She offers 100ft of pure joy, from the spacious interior to her twin helm, every inch of
That’s Y was designed by Dixon Yacht Design to bring luxury, speed and enjoyment together.
That’s Y performs in light winds and excels in Mediterranean conditions, thanks to her ability
to be sheeted up to 60 degrees off the wind.
Her retractable daggerboard keel allows entry to the most exclusive anchorages and bays,
whilst her clean and open deck offers perfect visibility.
That’s Y combines comfort, style and the excitement of fast sailing.
Timoneer offers complete comfort, whether bluewater cruising or open ocean voyaging.
A powerful 147ft ketch-rigged yacht, designed by Dubois Naval Architects, Timoneer provides adventure and luxury.
Timoneer has a classic profile with balanced overhangs and a deckhouse that is in proportion with the freeboard.
A beautifully designed and finished interior by John Munford Design with panelling in hand-polished cherry wood,
offers an ideal environment for the owner’s art collection.