Tony Castro Yacht Design has shared details of their latest superyacht design project, an all new 62m Sloop.
Tony Castro commented: "This 62m design was developed in order to reach the 500GRT limit with the largest possible sailing yacht. Above this limit the rules become more onerous and the Yacht is more expensive to build and operate. We wanted to design a sleek and sexy Performance Sailing Yacht on the one hand and on another a layout and deck space to be enjoyed at anchor in your favourite idyllic location".
The yacht will accommodate up to 12 guests, in a large owner’s suite, 5 guest cabins plus space for 10 crew.
The main saloon is directly connected to the exterior cockpit area, with excellent visibility incorporating a shaded area for seating and al-fresco dining that can be opened up to the elements, closed off, and even air conditioned.
"A retractable keel gives the yacht the power and stability it needs to become a serious performance yacht under sail, and yet access to ports and to be able to anchor close to the shore".
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