Now showcasing a far brighter, airer, and more contemporary aesthetic courtesy of deVosdeVries design; her sophisticated use of materials, colours and abundance of natural light appears to take inspiration from Scandinavian roots. With a layout specifically optimised for blue water cruising, this vessel's sumptuous space offers more than enough room for large families.
Her 230 GT of interior volume and five stateroom configuration can accommodate as many as 10 guests accompanied by 9 crew members. She also boasts a magnificent exterior crafted by Dykstra Naval Architects. Currently under construction, she’ll be crafted out of aluminium and is expected to reach a top speed of 15.5-knots.
"A general lighter finish to the walls is accentuated by light-coloured fabrics and leathers and the cooler look is punctuated by cabinetry of lacquered mahogany.", commented the shipyard.
"The overall effect is one of higher ceilings, more light and wider spaces on an already incredibly well laid out sailing yacht."
Rainbow II remains in her build process at their Kocaeli shipyard in Turkey, with the superstructure now coming together in preparation for joining to the hull.
We look forward to her official unveiling and delivery later this year, where she will join a fleet of 37 sailing yachts in the 50-55m size range.