The 33m Vitters sailing superyacht Missy, has been delivered to her owner.
Constructed of carbon fibre, Missy was developed in collaboration with Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design and took two years to build, with construction beginning at Green Marine, a subsidiary of Vitters. Her owner is said to enjoy performance cruising, which influenced her slim 7.5m beam, lifting keel and sail plan.
Malcolm McKeon himself said of his first cruise on board, “Missy has exceeded all my expectations and is a delight to sail; she is perfectly balanced with plenty of stability to carry her generous sail plan.
“It’s been a particularly exciting experience to design this superyacht for a new client, helping him transition from his knowledge of production boats to a fully-customised superyacht.”
Missy’s interior was completed by Design Unlimited, and features contemporary oak joinery, finished in a light grey. The layout on board is said to be family-friendly, with an open-plan saloon and galley offering a large space to socialise. Accommodation is available for nine guests across four cabins, with an additional two cabins for four crew members.
Standout exterior design features include glass in the saloon which contains heat-reflective interlayers, keeping the interior cool when cruising in warmer climates. There is also storage on board for a 4m tender, dinghy and other water sports equipment.
Louis Hamming, the CEO at Vitters commented, “Missy has a spacious, comfortable interior in which a lot of attention was devoted to the efficient use of available space on board. The compact engine room is fitted with a great amount of equipment and state-of-the-art technology, while no compromise has been made on comfort or the use of advanced technologies.”
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