Aglaia by Dutch shipyard Vitters is an impressive 66m aluminum yacht with a low superstructure and a free deck.
Superyacht Aglaia from Dutch shipyard Vitters
Large carbon boat armament with equipment EC6 provides the optimal balance between sail area and boat displacement, much like racing yachts. Such a design Aglaia, designed by a design company Dubois, assumes its use for cruises in any weather.
She has smooth clean lines and glides easily over the waves. In addition, this superyacht is maneuverable and surprisingly easy to fly, which is one of the most important requirements for modern yachts. To do this, the authors had to solve specific problems such as setting the mainsail in less than 2 minutes, or making turns in just 30 seconds!
The 83m carbon mast is the largest company ever built Southern spars... To improve the technical characteristics, the owner Aglaialike Naval Architects Dubois, preferred to use a double head.
Aglaia started her second Mediterranean season wearing a novelty: from now on, her sailing armament includes sail Code 1, a real work of art from a Norwegian artist Magne Furuholmen.
The 3,600 square meter canvas that composes this sail features amazing and unique patterns with minute details sketched out. A sail alone, more like a masterpiece, can make the Aglaia an extraordinary yacht.
More information about Magne Furuholmen: magnef.org
Vitters Shipyard: vitters.com
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