Carmella
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  • # VITTERS SHIPYARD
  • # 1999
  • # 28.17m
  • # 6

Designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built in 1999 by Vitters Shipyard, the 92.5-foot (28.2m) luxury sailing yacht Carmella is a modern classic in every sense of the term.

Carmella was awarded the Best Sailing Yacht Interior by the Superyacht Society in 1999. Her Redman-Whitley designed, Herreschoff interior is an elegant blend of classic and art-deco styling, crafted with varnished, matched grain walnut and accented with raised-panel upper bulkheads.

Her low-profile raised pilothouse has a full helm/navigation/communication station with360-degree visibility and comfortable seating.

On deck, the sailing yacht’s powerful carbon fiber ketch rig is engineered for simple handling with fully hydraulic winches and furling. Her comfortable center cockpit surrounds a teak dining table and helm area with full instrumentation and controls make it the ideal spot when underway. Carmella’s elegant profile, with bright varnished teak accents, turns heads in every port of call. She has always been maintained to the highest standards.

DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of this yacht. The copyright of all details, photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.

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Listed Price

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$2,750,000

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UPON REQUEST

DISCLAIMER

The particulars on this page are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All prices, photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase of this yacht. The copyright of all details, photographs and deckplans remains the property of their respectful owners.