Vitters' new yacht, Ribelle, looks like a masterpiece, both inside and out. The 33m hull was made of carbon by Green Marine in the UK, the exterior was developed by Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design, and the interior by Rèmi Tessier. The launch took place in 2017.
Flexible and technologically advanced exterior
The yacht has a very modern and elegant exterior design with an inverted bow and stern with rounded teak deck elements. A similar solution can be found on other creations by Malcolm McKeon, for example, on the Liara and Missi yachts. The highlight of Ribelle is the cabin with tinted windows.
The Ribelle owners wanted it to be more than just comfortable for a cruise, but also fast enough to participate in the international superyacht regatta. Therefore, along with the carbon hull, the yacht was equipped with carbon winches from Harken and other parts made of light materials, such as titanium handrails. The power management system is a hybrid with two lightweight generators and a massive lithium battery.
Thanks to the spinning jib, the Ribelle can cruise with a small crew. To enter the racing mode, the crew just need to change the cruising sails to high-tech ones. The 90 tonne yacht has a cruising speed of 10 knots and a maximum under engine speed of 12 knots. You can find out its price on request.
Warm modern interior with a winter garden
Renowned designer Rèmi Tessier has created a modern interior for Ribelle in warm colors. The glassed-in deckhouse is a kind of winter garden, where you can enjoy outdoor dining even on cold evenings and nights. The style is characterized by white leather and bleached teak wood.
The Ribelle can accommodate six guests in three cabins. The master stateroom stands out for the location of the bed that can be walked around.
The yacht's remarkable design has won three awards:
- Boat International Design & Innovation Awards 2018
- The World Superyacht Awards 2018
- ISS Design And Leadership Awards 2018
- Length 32.64 m
- Width 7.42 m
- Draft with raised keel 4.1 m
- Draft with lowered keel 6.1 m
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