Alloy Yachts is the largest New Zealand based custom builder of luxury super yachts. Alloy is a very well regarded company which builds large sailing yachts and also motor yachts from 30m (100ft) to 68m (220ft), with aluminium being the material of choice. Having been in business since 1984 (which was the infancy of the modern superyacht industry)Alloy has created many very successful and famous yachts.
The company is managed by Managing Director Tony Hambrook (ONZM) and their yard and base is located in Henderson, Auckland. Alloy's staff of over 300 have great experience and have sailed over 500,000 sea miles combined. Alloy yachts has earned the confidence from leading naval architects, interior designers, project managers, and captains - and also a growing worldwide community of repeat and new satisfied owners.
In particular Alloy Yachts have enjoyed a successful relationship with Dubois Yacht Designers and have produced some large luxury sailing yachts such as S/Y Drumbeat, Tiara and Red Dragon, to name a few. Alloy yachts are now recognised as a leading superyacht builder and particularly specialises in high quality luxury sailing yachts.
The quality, innovation and reliability of Alloy Yachts has been acknowledged in many International awards and boats built by Alloy enjoy an international reputation for reliable operation and world class quality. So far, Alloy Yachts has won 16 International Yachting Awards and has been placed as a finalist on 17 occasions. Like many leading superyacht building companies Alloy’s build slots are booked well in advance.
Here are some of the yachts in the Alloy fleet:
Mondango, Red Dragon, VvS1, Como, Kokomo, Ad Lib, Janice of Wyoming, Paraiso, Tiara, S.Q.N, Destination Fox Harb'r, Salperton (now Drumbeat), Chimera, Victoria of Strathearn, Freya, Georgia, Kokomo, Charlatan, Savannah, A Khaliq (now Fortune Elephant), Atlanta, Happy Four 1, Catalyst, Sovereign, Corinthian, A Khaliq (now L'Affaire), Imagine, Espada (now Sea Quell), Esprit (now Eclipse), Dove II (now Pacific Eagle), Laissez Faire, Questar (now Freedom), Countach. NZ America's Cup Tender, Chanel (now La Mer Sereine).