Vitters has announced the launch of its 33m carbon-fibre sailing superyacht, Missy, at its shipyard in the Netherlands.
Taking two years to build, the yacht was developed in collaboration with Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design. Her interiors were completed by Design Unlimited, and are designed to cater for families, with notable features including an open-plan saloon. Accommodation is designed for up to nine guests across four cabins, with two additional cabins to fit up to four crew members. Missy is now due to undergo her final commissioning and sea trials in Harlingen.
Exterior standout features on board Missy include a high proportion of glass in her saloon, including heat-reflective interlayers and a fully automated bimini and dodger system. Louis Hamming, CEO of 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.”
Malcolm McKeon also added, “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 fullt-customised superyacht.”
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