Alloy Yachts unveils 67 metre superyacht AY41
The New Zealand based shipyard Alloy Yachts unveiled more details of their stunning sailing yacht. The largest yacht they've ever build, the 67.20 metre Philippe Briand has mast slightly longer than the yachts itself. It reaches 67.90 metres in length, while the mizzen mast has a height of 62.40 metres.
Renowned French designer Christian Liaigre is in charge of the interior design. He also also designed the interiors of the 56 metre Rosehearty.
The superyacht AY41 is due to be launched in October 2010.
LOA: 67.20 metres
LWL: 61.00 metres
Main Mast Height (Above DWL): 67.9 metres
Mizzen Mast Height: 62.4 metres
Beam (max): 12.53 metres
Draft (max): 5.05/9.10 metres
The Marina dates from the end of the 1940s. The latest development is expansion of the Marine in the direction of Port Scaldis in 1994. This increased the Marina’s capacity to 580 moorings and approximately 80 private fishing boats.
Bordered on three sides by the scenic beauty of a wide, sandy beach, the Kennermerduinen Nature Reserve and the North Sea lies the Marina Seaport IJmuiden. You berth at a modern, safe and fully equipped harbour offering a complete range of technical services. In the direct vicinity, you’ll find dining, entertainment and water sports and recreation.