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The Project 441 Superyacht Takes Sailing Into The Future

By Victor Baker


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Tony Castro Yachts has unveiled a new jaw dropping superyacht concept, dubbed as Project 441. At 62 meters long, this performance sloop looks like a super fast and sleek vessel, specifically designed like this in order to reach the 500GRT limit with the largest possible sailing yacht.

As such, the rules become more difficult to bear, but nothing that this team can’t handle. This sailing yacht boasts an impressive layout, not to mention spacious interiors. The main deck saloon and outside space are all in one level, with great visibility and offering incredible views along the way.

There’s also a well protected area for seating and eating, with AC when needed.

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The interiors are comprised of 6 large and comfortable cabins, which can easily accommodate up to 12 guests. The owner’s quarters are of course the most impressive, with the five other guest cabins being equally interesting. A crew of 10 will make sure every whim and every desire is instantly fulfilled.

Fun will be just few feet away too, as this vessel offers everything needed for enjoyment on board, including two large tenders, and even a splash pool on board. But the retractable keel is even more interesting, allowing Project 441 to become a serious performance vessel under sail.

You will be traveling at a top speed of 18 knots on this vessel, but that’s beside the point on a yacht like this; it’s all about the unique sailing experience.

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About Victor Baker

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