Dutch Vitters Shipyard introduced an elegant beauty that is one of the most revolutionary and modern yachts ever seen on the high seas. With meticulously detailed interiors and exteriors, the 42.6 meter super luxury yacht is a true wonder.
The Sarissa yacht was envisioned and executed by the navel architect Bill Trip and Rhoades Young Design Ltd. It is the largest Dutch-built carbon fiber sloop to exist to date. It is filled with modern technology and extravagance with state-of-the-art design based on luxurious minimalism.
On deck, there are spacious sun beds providing 360 degree views and a cockpit that was designed for al fresco dining. Down in the main cozy salon of the Sarissa there is room to relax on comfortable L-shaped sofas and customized Barcelona chairs. Delicate railings throughout the yacht make use of every inch of space to maximize a sense of space. The yacht also features an intimate port side lower saloon, study/guest cabin and three crew cabins set in light and dark wood. To provide extra breathing room, the hallways in the lower deck have been constructed slightly diagonally. The yacht can accommodate nine people.
Source: Luxury Launches