Yachting Developments has announced the recent delivery of 33m sailing superyacht Cysgnus Montanus.
Now due to head to Tahiti on her maiden voyage, the vessel is a carbon fibre sloop built for experienced owners. Measuring 33.8m, she is the fourth largest model to date for Yachting Developments. Her exterior design was completed by German Frers of Frers Naval Architecture, and her interior design is the result of a partnership between the yard’s in-house design team and the Adam Lay Studio.
Her layout on board features a main deck saloon stretching across her entire eight metre beam, with large skylights and a spacious dining area. Her accommodation features four guest cabins and two crew cabins, as well as a full-beam owner’s suite. The interior décor is inspired by previous trips by the owner.
According to reports, Cygnus Montanus is designed to travel the world, sailed by the owners and a small crew, and features a lifting keel to make remote anchorages. Ian Cook managing director of Yachting Developments, commented, “This fast, light, carbon-fibre, family-oriented boat is exactly the kind of project that our team likes to build. The beautiful end result is a real testament to the vision of her owners.
It is a pleasure to welcome Cygnus Montanus to the Yachting Developments fleet. We wish her many happy years of sailing.”