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Luxury sailing yacht Victoria of Strathearn was built by Alloy Yachts of New Zealand. She is a 40m (130 ft) ketch and was beautifully designed by naval architects Langan Design Associates and expertly built in 2001 by Alloy yachts.
She was the ShowBoats International 2001 award winner for the ‘Best Sailing Yacht Over 38m’ and the International Superyacht Society Design Awards winner for 2001 for ‘Best Sail over 36m and Best Sailboat Interior’.
Victoria of Strathearn is a modern classic ketch which offers a modern sailing performance married with traditional style and grace. Her massive sailing rigg, with carbon fibre main (48m tall) and mizzen masts and in boom furling comes from the famous Marten Spars from New Zealand.
She has been lavishly fitted out with varnished teak which has been is used generously on many areas such as on the cap rail, inner bulwarks, pilot house, crew scuttle, winch plinth and cockpit coaming – to name a few. She proudly displays stainless steel dorades and a large skylight which provides sufficient light to the saloon below.
The interior, which was designed by Andrew Winch Designs of UK, features lovely walnut woodwork in her paneling and furniture. The classic styling and craftsmanship continues throughout the yacht’s lavish interior. For instance she has incorporated traditional beamed deck heads, a traditional pilothouse - with stairs leading aft to the owner's cabin, study and ensuite – and main saloon.
Luxury sailing yacht Victoria of Strathearn provides guests with the following extras and amenities: 14.10Ft (4.3m) Novurania (with 75 h.p.Yamaha O/B), 13.12Ft (4m) YAM tender with 25 h.p. Yamaha O/B, Towable toys, Two inflatable kayaks, Water-skiing, Fishing equipment, Snorkelling equipment, Blaupunkt CD players in guest cabins, DVD/TV in saloon and master cabin, TV / VCR / DVD / CD HI-FI, Air conditioning, Satellite communications (phone, fax and email), and a Cellular phone.