Combining luxury and adventure, Alloy Yachts built Vertigo, a 67.19m (220ft) super sailing yacht. Officially launched in 2011, she features exterior styling by Philippe Briand, while its interior has been designed by Christian Liaigre. Alloy Yachts’ largest vessel to date, Vertigo is also the largest luxury sailing charter vessel to be built in the Southern Hemisphere with its weight of 837 tonnes. It took 29 months to build as large, but still sleek and sensitive to sail.
Intended for guests to feel “Urban at Sea”, this superyacht has powerful sail plan, modern lines and an almost vertical bow result in greater waterline length, allowing her to travel at speeds of up to 20 knots under sail – all the while maintaining the comfort of any first class hotel.
The design of the exterior areas allows guests to be outside, yet sheltered from the elements. The aft cockpit is especially well protected by a large hard-top featuring lateral sliding windows. The flybridge is open as well, but can be protected by a removable bimini top. The sun pads at the rear of the cockpit conceal a swimming pool.
The luxury yacht’s interior design is minimalistic with a natural palette of tones: walnuts, and expanses of white surfaces with darkened sand blasted woods. This background allows for the custom designed furniture to blend seamlessly with the yacht owner’s considerations and preferences, and light to flood in from all angles.
This stunning yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests in six opulent stateroom layout. Spacious cabins are sleek and uncluttered: a sea of brushed oak, leather and stainless steel.
Vertigo sailing yacht is currently available for charter in the cruising areas of West Mediterranean, East Mediterranean (Summer season) and Singapore (Winter season).