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This carbon hull hi-tech sloop was specifically designed for a family. The uncluttered

teak decking is ideal for children – a place where they can safely play under the watchful eye

of a super-savvy crew. The yacht has so many features: a rock climbing frame that attaches to

the mast, a drop down cinema screen, highly flexible cabin configuration and a remarkably

innovative cockpit that can be flooded to create a swimming pool or set up for dining.

Sarissa is slick, sleek and immensely impressive.


is one of the most highly-rated performance sloops. Her guest space feels more like an apartment with a main deck that stretches from exterior cockpit

through the main saloon and dining area to the wheelhouse – all on one level. Combined with her large aft deck, it adds up to a vast entertaining area. The classic

contemporary interior has warm cherrywood panelling with pale cream and silk fabrics. In shallow water or deep sea, the swimming platform descends below the water

for easy access to the aft deck; so much easier after scuba diving.

LENGTH: 53m / 173ft

YEAR BUILT: 2002 / 2010

BUILDER: Alloy Yachts

GUESTS: 11 in 3 double and 2 twin cabins

and 1 Pullman

RATE: From US$230,000 per week

LENGTH: 42m / 140ft YEAR: 2011 BUILDER: Vitters

GUESTS: 10 in 2 double, 1 triple, 1 single and 1 convertible cabin

RATE: From €105,000 per week