By Maarten Janssen
1) The 93 metre Eos
At 93 metre, the 1500 GRT three-masted schooner could be the world’s biggest sailing yacht. She was launched by Lürssen in 2006. EOS is a tremendously exclusive yacht, which means you won't discover many photographs of the girl. However, the newest Lürssen internet site features a couple of very nice shots of her, well worth looking at. You May Also catch a glimpse of her stunning inside, created by François Catroux.
2) The 90 metre Royal Huisman Athena
The 90 metre awesome sailing boat Athena ended up being built because of the Dutch Royal Huisman shipyard in 2004. The superyacht’s exterior lines were designed by Pieter Beeldsnijder Design, with naval structure by Dykstra & Partners and an interior by Rebecca Bradley Interior Design. Athena is just one of the largest cruising yachts established considering that the 1930’s, and achieving increases to 19 knots, Athena can outrun other sailing superyachts.
3) The 88 metre Maltese Falcon
The most iconic of all of the yachts, and truly many photographed in our contemporary world, the revolutionary 88 metre Maltese Falcon is famed on her sophisticated automatic square rigged DynaRig sail program. Three imposing free-standing turning carbon-fibre masts hold 25, 800 sq. ft. of fabric on 15 square sails delivering exemplary performance, speed and manoeuvrability. The boat, built by Perini Navi, was offered in August of 2009 to her existing owner, which actively participates superyacht regatta's, showing off the yachts abilities.
4) The 75 metre Ron Holland Designed M5
The superyacht had been integrated the United Kingdom by Vosper Thornycroft to a design of Ron Holland Design. The boat is undergoing a refit at Pendennis Plus right now. M5’s trip to Pendennis will see the stern redesigned and extended by 3m. Alongside this other external restyling work will include installing a side boarding platform. The inner components of the refit will see the primary and lower decks undergo an entire restyle. M5’s main deck specifically will be totally transformed as soon as all joinery is replaced to fit RWD’s brand new design.