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Construction underway on Royal Huisman’s 81m schooner

New-Build
Written by
Elizabeth Kelly

Dutch shipyard, Royal Huisman has announced the beginning of construction on what will be the largest aluminum sailiing yacht to date. The team of Royal Huisman have collaborated on this project with Dykstra Naval Architects and designer Mark Whiteley, the model will be unveiled at the Monaco Yacht Show. Construction of the trimast yacht is expected to reach completion by 2020.

The exterior design incorporates a bar, large seating areas and al fresco dining for up to 16 guests. Control of the vessel will be conducted from the flybridge that offers elevated panoramic views of the surroundings.

With accommodation for up to 11 guests, including an extensive owner's suite, the interior design of the yacht also boasts a combined saloon with comfortable seating and an indoor dining area. A crew of 13 are also accommodated for on board.

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