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February 2003

Article selected from our quarterly magazine dedicated to the largest and most luxurious boats with information, interviews, technical articles, images and yachting news



Yachting catalogue

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Edited by
Fabio Petrone and
Angelo Colombo


The Royal Denship Danish boatyard presents its 110' Sloop, a sailing yacht designed by Tony Castro and Francois Zuretti, respectively involved in the creation of the hull and the interior layout. They worked together to realise a yacht capable of combining to the best effect the performance of a modern sloop with elegance and ease of living. The interiors, furnished by the stylist Jan Peterson, have been realised with the boat's potential in mind; in other words the possibility of long range sailing for 5,000 miles; resulting in spacious comfortable interiors combined with necessary privacy. This yacht received the International Superyacht Design Award from the Superyacht Society and International Paint, as one of the six best sailing boats between 23 and 36 m. in size, built during 2001. This award was granted to the Danish boatyard for the high aesthetic and technological standards to be found on board its 110' Sloop. The cabins on the model illustrated are six in total, of which one is the owner's suite astern, filling the full width of the beam as does the spacious saloon in the main area. Mast and boom are in carbon and the sails, of which two are at the bow, are Ocean Yacht Systems.

Overall length: 33.30 m
Maximum width: 7.36 m
Maximum draught: 3.25 m
Construction material: steel
Engine: 1 Caterpillar 3406
Fuel tank capacity: 20,200 litres

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