Multi award-winning charter vessel, VvS1 is leaving the Pacific and is due to be available for charter in the Mediterranean by the end of May. The 34 metre (112ft) VvS1 built by Alloy Yachts in New Zealand is leaving the waters of the Pacific after a successful 5 years of charter and is headed for the Mediterranean.
After having a full paint job completed at Titan Marine Engineering the yacht will be shipped over in late March. Starting in Eastern Med around late May, the vessel will be working its way back towards Western Med.
The plan is to be in Gibraltar by the beginning of May making way across to the South of France for charter and then carrying on to Western Med to Croatia and Greece.
VvS1 has been the diamond of the Pacific and is now sure to turn heads in the Med. With the yachts unique design and different features she is a one of a kind. Built to the specific requirements of her articulate and tasteful owner with charter in mind it is not only tasteful and unique but also practical for charter. It was styled with simplicity in mind with a vision for ultimate relaxation on board taking lean edges and soft colours to offset the avant garde exterior lines of the boat.
Sleeping 8 in 1 Full beam on-deck Master Stateroom, 1 VIP suite, and 2 twin Staterooms, all with ensuite, TV, DVD, Stereo, and phone, VvS1 is perfect for two families, one large one or a group of friends. The public spaces of the boat are immaculate and incredibly spacious providing guests with plenty of room to themselves and an open and relaxing atmosphere.