Dubois has today revealed a new 35 metre super stern design, harking back to some of their most popular - and successful - racing yacht designs of the 70s and 80s. The high-speed, composite sloop combines state-of-the-art technology with high performance, and has been designed for an experienced Dubois Owner.
On board she will accommodate guests over three en suite cabins, including a full beam Owner’s suite as well as two twin guest rooms. Two crew and the captain are also accommodated for on board.
Her hull has been designed for carbon fibre construction with a structural Nomex core and vacuum infused epoxy. She’ll feature a twin-rudder arrangement, high-aspect ratio fin and bulb keel - lifting to allow unrestricted cruising - and above deck a regatta-winning sail wardrobe with a flat top mainsail, blade, code and bowsprit-set-gennaker.
One of her most unique features is her convertible stern platform, opening through 180 degrees to expose a sheltered beach club arrangement with a swimming/boarding platform. This area is directly accessible from the master cabin, providing private access to the water and a secondary aft deck. She also features stowage for a 3.3 metre tender, located beneath the folding platform with the tender crane concealed within the boom.
Though the build yard and interior design team are yet to be decided for this vessel, Dubois are confident that she will be on the water in time for summer 2017.
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