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Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design and Royal Huisman have unveiled the fruits of an exciting collaboration between two industry greats. The new APEX 850 concept is both the world’s largest sloop-rigged superyacht and the world’s largest aluminium sailing yacht, but it is more than just the size that makes this a superyacht a future-icon.
The latest exciting superyacht under construction at Royal Huisman’s Vollenhove shipyard, 59.7m Project 404, is taking shape with the Owners in attendance for the turning of her hull. The Dutch luxury superyacht builder has released details and images of what has otherwise been a highly secretive project thus far. From what we can see, she is already looking like she will become another striking addition to the Royal Huisman fleet.
Royal Huisman have announced plans to build a 59.7m world performance cruising sloop: Project 404. Following in the footsteps of famed builds from the yard such as 58m Ngoni and 56m Aquarius, the new and highly advanced vessel will harness exceptional sail power and system technologies.
Malcolm McKeon is a name that will be familiar to many if not all within the yachting industry, especially within the sailing community.
Malcom McKeon Yacht Design has today confirmed the commission of a 78-metre ‘Mega Sloop’ design, dubbed the MM78.
The latest project from the drawing board of Malcolm McKeon, the MM341 is a 34-metre sailing yacht designed with a focus on global cruising with a hidden racing edge.
Three months after her delivery, the 33-metre high performance sloop-rigged superyacht Missy is now in the Mediterranean and has already been spotted out cruising in the Bay of Palma.
Some of the finest sailing yachts in the world emerge to venture to exotic new locations, and the latest launch from Dutch sailing experts Vitters is no exception. After two years in build, the 33 metre performance sloop Missy has been launched in search for warmer climes.