The 41m (134ft) motoryacht Como, built by Alloy Yachts and launched in 2006, won its second international award in October when it received the International Superyacht Society Design award for the Best Interior Design for a Motoryacht.
The award was presented during the Ft Lauderdale Boat Show in the US. Earlier this year, Como won the Best Motoryacht Exterior Styling prize at the Boat International 2007 World Superyacht Awards held in Venice.
Como was designed by Dubois Naval Architects with an interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon Design.
The International Superyacht Society Design award was the 18th international award received by the New Zealand yard. Como is the fourth Alloy Yachts vessel to receive more than one award from international judging panels.
“Naturally, we are delighted to receive this recognition,” said Alloy Yachts Managing Director Tony Hambrook. “We have always strived to provide our customers with yachts of outstanding quality that will stand comparison with the very best in the world. These awards tell us that we are achieving that objective.”