Yacht Refit Asia Co., Ltd and Superyacht Painters Ltd have painted, refitted and repaired many yachts since 1986. Here is a selection of some of our completed projects.
M/Y Anchalee, SEAT Boat (27.1 metres) – Current Project
Motor Yacht Anchalee, formerly known as ‘Golden Boy’, is a custom-built luxury yacht by SEAT Boat, Thailand launched in 2011. She has a spacious master cabin and 2 double cabins all with ensuite bathrooms plus a more compact twin cabin with an additional bathroom.
Anchalee has a composite hull and superstructure and has impressive speed and great efficiency thanks to her planing hull. She comfortably cruises at 24 knots, with a maximum speed of 29 knots. Her low draft of 1.3m/4’3″ makes her suitable for accessing shallow areas and cruising close to the shorelines, perfect for visiting the islands in Thailand.
Project Work – Total repaint, rip-out and refit including complete crack and damage repairs, exterior fairing and high-build work, application of holding and finishing primers, application of style line and boot top line, application of Silver Metallic high gloss topcoat x 5 coats to topsides/hull, application of Awlcraft 2000 high gloss clear coat x 5 coats to topsides/hull, application of Awlcraft 2000 Matterhorn White high gloss to superstructure x 5 coats, removal and renewal of anti-fouling underwater paint system, repair and painting of swim platform, flybridge floor raised, flybridge floor extension and relocation of drive station, flybridge laminated bulwarks, flybridge hard top roof, the addition of stainless steel flybridge support poles, complete rip-out of Main Lounge, Galley and Galley Stair Well, complete rip out of Cabins and Lower Deck Hallway in readiness to refit newly designed interior fixtures and furnishings.
M/Y Asia Poseidon, Benetti (40.2 metres)
Asia Poseidon (Formely MINGFA) is a Benetti Supreme 132 (40.2 metres) luxury yacht, built by Benetti in Italy and delivered in 2014. Her top speed is 15.5kn and she boasts a maximum cruising range of 3500.0nm at 12.0kn with power coming from two 1447.0hp MTU 12V2000M72 diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 luxurious cabins with 7 crew members waiting on their every need.
She was designed by Stefano Righini, and the interior design was created by Francois Zuretti.
Project Work – Full exterior paintwork repairs including minor surface repairs, application of high-build & finishing primers (with expert sanding and cleaning in between coats) and application of Awlcraft 2000 Snow White topcoat blending with the existing colour of the entire exterior.
S/Y Sonic, Catamaran (43 ft)
Sonic is a 43’ catamaran based at Ocean Marina, Sattahip Thailand and is available to charter. She comfortably caters for up to 20 people and has a maximum speed of 10 knots with a leisurely cruising speed of 4 knots. There are 4 spacious guest cabins, 2 bathrooms and an outdoor dining area with shade at the stern. There is a sunbathing area on the forward deck and a Captain and boat boys to take care of the guests. All necessary safety equipment including a First Aid kit is available.
For charter enquiries please contact – email@example.com
Project Work – Completed minor pinhole crack and blistering repair and repairs of all visible delaminated areas, cut-out and replacement of deck hatches, semi-fairing of hulls removing creases and minor deflections, application of finishing primers, application of 2 Awlcraft 2000 Cloud White gloss style lines to hulls, application of Awlcraft 2000 Cloud White gloss finish x 5 coats to topsides/hulls and superstructure, application of Speed Blue Metallic topcoat x5 coats and Awlcraft 2000 clearcoat x5 coats, application of non-skid paint to non-skid areas, light cut and polish all high gloss painted surfaces to mirror finish (as per manufacturer’s specification).
Powerplay Catamarans (41 ft to 63 ft)
Powerplay Catamarans was established by Award winning boat builder and designer James Dewing in 2000 in Townsville, North Queensland, Australia. With more than 40 years of boat building, James has won numerous awards for his powercat designs and boat-building skills. James started building power catamarans of a type unique in the commercial and recreational segment of the power boat market. The beautiful lines and blend of curves made his designs unique, modern and up-to-date.
Powerplay are now building their range of high-speed Catamarans at Ocean Marina, Sattahip, Thailand.
Project Work – Yacht Refit Asia Co., Ltd have completed the painting of two newly built Powerplay catamarans. Cat 1 was finished with Clipper-White Awlcraft 2000 and Cat 2 was finished with Off-White Awlcraft 2000.
Yacht Refit Asia Co., Ltd are working in collaboration with Powerplay Catamarans Thailand providing expert superyacht painting services for their luxurious range of custom-built performance catamarans.
M/Y Ambition, Halmatic and Tarquin Classic Motor Yacht
Following her refit, Ambition now has an L.O.A. of 65.5ft. She has twin V12 Detroit engines and can accommodate up to 16 passengers with a max speed of 20 knots and a cruising speed of 15 knots.
For charter enquiries please contact – Info@pattayayachtcharters.com
Project Work – Topsides and superstructure repairs, fairing of complete topside, application of white boot top and white style lines and 5 Royal Blue Alexseal topcoats and 5 Alexseal clear coats to topsides, removal of the old underwater system with minor repairs to the hull and new system applied, removal and replacement of re-varnished capping rails, new laminated composite exterior furniture built, redesigned and extended aft transom and swim platform, construction of new laminate aft storage garage, extension and strengthening of the flybridge.
M/Y Ethereum, Sunseeker Manhattan 64
The Manhattan 64 offers 3 luxurious cabins that can comfortably accommodate 7 guests and is fitted with twin 800HP Man Diesel engines offering a maximum speed of 26 knots and a cruising speed of 22 knots.
Ethereum has an L.O.A. 67ft, Max Draft 16.9ft and a Beam of 4.72ft. As well as having a spacious saloon area and a large swim platform, the heart of this elegantly styled motor yacht is the flybridge. This is where the best views and motoring experiences can be had on this very well-designed Sunseeker.
Project Work – Crazing, crack and blistering repairs on topsides and superstructure plus 4 larger fairing repairs to topsides, fibreglass areas repaired using core biaxial 450, full repaint Awlgrip system topsides superstructure and radar arches, application of Vivid Red Awlcraft 2000 style line and 5 Super Jet Black Awlcraft 2000 topcoats to upper topsides and radar arch supports, application of 5 topcoats of Snow White Awlcraft 2000 to lower topsides, removal of old deck decking and replacement of complete new Burmese Golden Teak decking system (epoxy bonded with Sika Flex caulking and sealants then sanded to complete works).
S/Y Dream, Tartan 4000
Sailing yacht Dream Tartan 4000 is a stylish, sleek compact sailing yacht with an LOA 12.37 m / 40′ 7, Beam 3.96 m / 13′ and Draft 1.88 m / 6′ 2″ and incorporates innovative up-to-date sailing technologies combined with classic design and interior refinement offering unsurpassed performance and many years of enjoyment.
April 2023 – Full re-paint of the hull with storm damaged areas repaired, plus complete capping and bump rails were stripped back to bare wood and re-varnished with 15 coats of Epifanes for this yacht Dream.
Carinthia Blue Awlcraft 2000 was applied to the topsides with Cloud White style lines together with a new underwater system.
June 2021 -Damage repairs to topsides/hull, transom boarding hatch door repairs and paint repairs to match and blend with the current paint scheme using Alexseal products. All work completed to a high yacht standard in 2021.
M/Y Sanongnuch, Sunseeker Manhattan 73
Sunseeker yachts are very popular in Thailand and South East Asia as well as around the world. The Manhattan 73 has an LOA 22.60 m / 74’2″, Beam 5.73 m / 18’10” and Draft 1.63 m / 5’4″and has 3 cabins.
Project Work – Painting of Topsides, Radar Arches and Radar Domes plus red style line using Awlgrip (Awlcraft) products. (Included minor cracks and pinhole repairs). Painting works completed to a near superyacht standard in 2021.
M/Y Antioxidant, Princess Y78
This rather stylish and agile addition to the Princess Y Class range offers efficient cruising together with a spacious interior and eye-catching exterior styling. There are 3 engine choices offering a top speed of up to 36 knots. LOA (including pulpit) 24.67m / 80ft 9in, Beam 5.76m / 18ft 11in and Draft 1.72m / 5ft 8in.
Project work – Gelcoat repairs, veneer border repairs, removal and replacement of interior and exterior Sikaflex where required. Works completed in 2021.
M/Y Princess P49
The Princess P49 has an LOA 15.55 m / 51′ and Beam 4.34 m / 14′ 3″ and Draft 1.25 m / 4′ 1″. It is the first flybridge model produced by Princess Yachts and has a top speed of 35 knots and an economical cruising speed of 30 knots. The P49 accommodates up to 6 guests and can be safely operated with a minimum of 2 people.
Project Work – Change of colour of interior panels. Each panel was removed, stripped and the panels were refitted with new upholstery. Fitting of new light coloured flooring. Works were completed in 2021.
M/Y Lisa I, Sunseeker Manhattan 52
The Sunseeker Manhattan 52 has been designed to combine impressive speeds, outstanding performance and handling combined with comfortable cruising with an LOA of 17.60 m / 57.75′ and a Beam 4.49 m / 14.5′. The Manhattan 52 accommodates up to 6 guests and one crew member.
Project work – Composite repairs and Painting of the topsides above the waterline to the deck and swim platform using Awlgrip products completed to a high yacht standard. Works completed to a high yacht standard in 2020.
M/Y Kerry, Ferretti Navetta 33
Kerry, Navetta 33 motor yacht was built by Ferretti. She has an LOA of 32.62 m / 107′ and was delivered to her owner in 2014. Zuccon is responsible for her beautiful exterior and interior design. Kerry features a semi-displacement grp hull and grp superstructure, with teak decks. She was built to RINA (Registro Italiano Navale) classification society rules.
The Nevetta 33 can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 staterooms and 6 crew members.
First Project Work – Emergency hull and diesel tank composite repairs using the vacuum-bagging system required for ultimate adhesion using 3M products. in Hong Kong, RINA approved. Works were completed in 2019.
M/Y Sea Pearl, Oceanco (60 metres)
Sea Pearl measures 60 metres in length, with a max draft of 3.78 metres and a beam of 10.50 metres which has a steel hull with an aluminium superstructure. She was built by Oceanco in the Netherlands and delivered in 2004.
Luxury accommodation is provided for up to 14 guests and Sea Pearl has 18 crew members including the Captain.
Project Work – Faired and repainted in Alexseal yacht coatings with outstanding results, including all exterior and engine room also partial interior fit-out including furniture brightwork underwater area and swimming pool. All works were completed to a high superyacht standard in 2015.
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S/Y Merrymaid, Camper & Nicholsons (34 metres)
Merrymaid is an early twentieth century luxury sailing yacht that was designed by Charles E. Nicholson and built by Camper & Nicholsons, completed in 1904. She has an LOA of 34.1 m / 111.9′ and a Beam of 5.4 m / 17.7′.
Merrymaid is a classic sailing yacht that has been very well looked after for more than a century. Her hull is carvel-planked teak with oak frames and has teak decks and superstructure. Three ensuite cabins accommodate a total of 6 guests, all beautifully finished mainly in the original woodwork.
Project Work – Fairing repairs, full interior and exterior roller brush and tip method repaint using Awlgrip topcoat and new underwater system and brightwork.
Vestas Sailrocket 2 (Sailboat World Speed Record Holder)
On 24th November 2012 off Walvis Bay, Namibia, Vestas Sailrocket 2 became the first sailboat to break the 60 knots plus world speed record over a 500-metre course.
Piloted by the project leader Paul Larsen and sponsored by Danish wind turbines manufacturer Vestas, she achieved an average speed of 65.45 knots over this 500 m measured distance and managed to reach a top speed of 68.01 knots. (Vestas Sailrocket 2 has an LOA and Beam of 40ft).
Vestas Sailrocket 2 had broken the nautical mile world sailing speed record just six days before on 18th November with an average speed of 55.32 knots. (The 500 m record was also broken on this day, but was improved upon 6 days later).
These distance average speed record-breaking achievements were officially recorded by the World Sailing Speed Record Council. (These records remain unbroken to this day, 18th November 2021).
Project Work – New build – Full fairing to racing specification and painting using Hempel Yacht products. All products applied and sanded back were weighed. Vestas Sailrocket 2 had to be as lightweight and streamlined as possible.
S/Y Douce France (42 metres)
Douce France is a 138 feet luxury sailing catamaran designed by VPLP design and built by Alumarine in Brittany (France). LOA 42.2 m / 138.5′, Beam 15.4 m / 50.5′.
With a displacement of 120 tonnes, a range of 3,500 nautical miles and an 8 man crew, Douce France can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins. She has a top sailing speed of 19 knots, a more sedate cruising speed of 9 knots and twin diesel engines capable of delivering 12 knots.
Project Work – Fairing repairs, full painting of hull topsides and superstructure using Awlgrip products plus the application of under the water systems at the Italthai Marine Shipyard.
S/Y Silverlining (31.4 metres)
Silverlining is a 31.4 m / 103′ custom-built sloop sailing yacht with a beam of 7.2 m / 23.6′ and a cruising speed of 10 knots. Launched in 2011, this luxury vessel’s sophisticated exterior design and engineering are the work of Sparkman & Stephens.
Silverlining can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 luxury cabins with up to 5 crew members including the Captain.
Project Work – New build – Full fairing and painting using Hempel Yacht products completed to a high superyacht standard in 2011, ABS Approved.
Hyundai Yachts G40 (40 metres)
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. are one of the largest shipbuilding companies in the world based in Ulsan, South Korea. They created a yacht building division in 1975 that went on built Korea’s first-ever luxury motor yacht, ASAN 42. They also produced Korea’s first-ever superyacht 100ft (30.48 m) and went on to build a range of motor yachts including ASAN 45, ASAN 62 and larger superyachts such as the Hyundai G40.
Hyundai Yachts was credited as being “The only luxury yacht builder in Korea.”
Project Work – New build of G40 – Full Fairing and painting to a high superyacht standard using Hempel Yacht products.
M/Y Sharjah (60 metres)
M/Y Sharjah is a Riviera superyacht built in the United Arab Emirates in 2010. She has an LOA 60 m / 199′ and Beam 11 m / 36′ and has a top speed of 16 Knots with luxurious premium décor and guest rooms and caters for up to 14 guests and can accommodate up to 9 crew members.
Project Work – Independent consultancy and surveying overseeing the whole painting project.
M/Y Indian Empress (95 metres)
Oceanco pulled out all the stops when they delivered this magnificent superyacht. With LOA 95 m / 311.7′, Beam 14.6 m / 47.9′, Draft 4.8 m / 15.7′, a top speed of 26 knots, and a beautifully designed interior, Indian Empress is dressed to impress!
Indian Empress can accommodate up to 32 guests in 5-star luxury and a crew of 42.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and repaint in Malta to a high superyacht standard using Awlgrip products.
The Royal Denship brand, which originated in Denmark has now merged with the very well-known shipyards of Hartman Marine Group in the Netherlands, which were first established in 1775. Together they have made sure that the Royal Denship brand will continue to be built to that same exacting standards.
Project Work – Several motor yachts ranging in size from 75ft to 40 m – Fairing and painting to a high superyacht standard in Denmark using Awlgrip and Hemple Yacht products. Project work completed from 2007 to 2009.
S/Y Imagine Heaven (65 ft)
Imagine Heaven is a Luxurious Sailing Catamaran built in 2007 by Yapluka Yachts in Caen, France. She has three double cabins, two of which are queen cabins and one twin cabin all with en suite bathrooms accommodating up to 6 guests and 2 further cabins that can accommodate up to 4 crew members.
With modern interior decoration and comfortable furnishings, the saloon and dining area is open plan and includes a relaxing lounge, navigation station and wet bar.
Project Work – New build – Full fairing and painting using Awlgrip products in Caen, France.
Yapluka Yachts (60 ft, 70 ft and 90 ft)
Yapluka Yachts was established in 1999 in Caens, France and specializes in building luxurious aluminium and composite catamarans. These twin-hulled yachts ranged in size from 60ft to 90 ft. Yapluka Yachts have since built larger catamarans.
Project Work – 3 new build catamarans – Fairing and painting using Awlgrip products to a high superyacht standard.
The IMOCA 60, Open 60 Racing Yachts (Hugo Boss, Ecover 3 & Pindar)
Alex Thomson skippered the Hugo Boss Open 60 racing yachts for 19 years until 2021. The original Hugo Boss Open 60 was designed by Marc Lombard in 1999 and skippered by Alex Thomson from 2003 to 2006. The yacht had to be abandoned in the Southern Ocean in 2006 after, to be discovered some 10 years later, 10,000 nautical miles away from where she was last seen.
Ecover 3, an Open 60 racing yacht, was built for racing around the world often in extreme weather conditions, so is not only very fast but very stiff and strong being constructed with a carbon fibre hull and a canted keel with the ability to self right if capsized. Her gross weight is 8.35 Tonnes (8.03 Tonnes unballasted) with an LOA of 18.26 m, a beam of 5.6 m and a draft of 4.5 m.
Ecover 3 was officially named by HRH The Princess Royal in September 2007. She was traditionally christened with a bottle of Champagne broken on the bow at the 2007 Southampton Boat Show.
She was skippered by Mike Golding and her first race was the Transat Jacques Vabre in November 2007 following extensive sea trials.
Ecover 3 was built by Hawkes Marine in Wellington, New Zealand. She was designed by Owen Clarke, who has an impressive track record within the IMOCA Circuit.
Mike Sanderson, an experienced America’s Cup sailor from New Zealand, skippered Pindar Open 60 from 2003 and was third in the 2004 Transit race, which is a single-handed race across the Atlantic Ocean.
The basic specifications of an IMOCA 60 (Open 60) racing yacht are as follows;
- Length: Maximum 18.28 m (60 ft)
- Beam: Maximum 5.85 m
- Draught: Maximum 4.5 m
- Mast height: Maximum 29 m
- Displacement: Between 8 and 9 tonnes
- Upwind sail area: Between 240 and 330 m2
- Downwind sail area: Between 460 and 620 m2
- Keel type: Swing (pendular)
Project Work – New builds – Fully faired to racing specification and painted using International Yacht paints.
M/Y Kogo (72 metres)
Built in 2006 at Alstom Leroux Naval Shipyard, France, motor yacht Kogo is ready to voyage anywhere on the globe with her ice-classed hull and helipad. Her impressive exterior was designed by Tim Heywood and the equally impressive interior was designed by Terence Disdale. There is a flowing style to Kogo’s design and décor, which is very modern and spacious with a beam of 14.2 m / 46.6 ft.
KOGO can accommodate up to 14 guests in 7 staterooms, including a master suite, 4 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. She has a crew of up to 26 and a maximum speed of 16 knots.
Project Work – New build – Full fairing and painting at Alstom Leroux Naval Shipyard, France.
S/Y Mirabella V (75 metres)
Mirabella V is the largest single mast sailboat in the world. Built by Vosper Thornycroft and designed by Ron Holland Design and was launched on 27th November 2003. With an LOA 75 m / 246.1′, Beam 14.8 m / 48.6′, Draft 10.2 m / 33.5′ and a carbon-fibre mast which is the world’s tallest at a towering 88.3m carrying approximately 3,717 square metres of sail, Mirabella V is undoubtedly one of the most impressive sloops ever made.
Mirabella V can accommodate up to 14 guests in spacious luxury and 15 crew members including the Captain.
Project Work – Painting of the hull/topsides and deckhouse using Awlgrip topcoats. Ceramic fairing to keel blade and repairs and repaint and new Hempel underwater system at BVT Surface Fleet Yard (formerly Vosper Thornycroft, UK). Interior paintwork and interior varnishing were completed in Genoa, Italy.
S/Y Twirlybird (40 metres)
Twirlybird V is a 40.23 m luxury sailing yacht built by Lürssen in Germany in 1993 and has a beam of 9.2 m, a draft of 4.0m and a volume of 232 GT. (She was renamed Marlin Delrey V in 2007-8).
This elegant yacht’s exterior was designed by Ron Holland Design and Tony Castro, while her interior design was created by Ken Freivokh Design, with naval architecture by Ron Holland Design. She comfortably accommodates up to 8 guests and 7 crew members including the captain.
Twirlybird V has an aluminium hull and superstructure. She is powered by a 1 MTU engine, with a maximum speed of 12.0 knots and a cruising speed of 10.0 knots. The yacht carries 11,800 litres of fuel onboard and 5,000 litres of water.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and repaint in 2003 at Devonport, Plymouth (DML Dockyard).
M/Y Wheels, Horizon Yachts (35.5 metres)
Wheels was built by Horizon, Taiwan in 2002. This stylish superyacht has an LOA of 35.56 m, a beam of 7.54 m and a draft of 1.98 m. Wheels has a GRP hull and superstructure and cruising speed of 14 knots, with a top speed of 17.5 knots powered by 2 MTU engines.
Wheels comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests and 7 crew members.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and repainted using Awlgrip products at Viareggio, Italy.
America’s Cup Racing, Le Défi Areva
Dimension Yacht Engineering in 2002 was tasked to design the 24 m Le Défi Areva, V5 type AC monohull racing yacht for Team Areva to compete in the 31st America’s Cup.
These specialist racing yachts have 6 athletic, highly trained expert sailing crews.
The America’s Cup yacht racing competition is the world’s oldest trophy awarded international sporting event dating back to 1851.
Project Work – New build by Multiplast in Vannes, France – Fully faired to racing specification and painted using Awlgrip products.
Gitana 10 (Rothschild)
Gitana 10 was launched in June 2002 following a 10-month build at the Multiplast yard in Vannes, France. The 60 ft (18.28 m) trimaran broke the mould with her innovative design, much to the pleasure of the owner, Baron Benjamin de Rothschild.
The Gitana team created a boat that performed very well at the ‘round three cans’ race with a full crew as well as being able to be raced single-handed.
Project Work – New build Trimaran in Vannes, France – Fully faired to racing specification and painted using Awlgrip products.
The Discovery shipyard based on the shores of Southampton Water has been building high-quality blue water cruising yachts since 1998. Discovery Yachts have a reputation as a world-class yacht constructor which has been achieved through innovation, collaboration and a passion for luxury cruising yachts.
Project Work – Fairing plugs for the complete range of yachts over six years, 2001 to 2007.
Vestas Wind Turbine Blades
Vestas Wind Turbine blades are made by heating a mixture of glass or carbon fibres and epoxy resin, which combines these components making a very strong lightweight composite material.
The blades for the 1.8 MW Vestas V90, for example, are 148 feet long three of which are mounted on a 262 ft tall tower.
Project Work – 21 x 40 m wind turbine blades, semi-faired and painted using Hempel Yacht products. Works completed at Camper & Nicholsons, Gosport then transported to Vestas, Southampton.
Camper & Nicholsons Yachting Ltd
Scott Taylor and his fairing and painting team worked on many different projects at Camper & Nicholsons historic shipyard in Gosport, Hampshire in the United Kingdom. This included the very stylish Camper & Nicholsons 42 Endeavour. These classic motorboats were built and finished to very high standards and are straightforward to maintain as furniture can be easily taken apart to allow access to the engines and tanks. The structure, fittings, naval architecture and woodwork were flawless in construction with beautifully laid teak decking.
The 42 Endeavour hull was constructed using a lamination technology called Sprint, which was created by SP Systems from the Isle of Wight, United Kingdom. This method of hull construction results in a strong not too heavy structure employing a combination of vacuum-bagging and hot-molding.
Project Work – In-house painters for 4 years from 2001 to 2005. Work included – 42 Endeavour fairing and painting to superyacht standards.
Atlantide (33 metres)
Atlantide is one of the most beautiful and photographed classic expedition yachts in the world. Designed by Alfred Mylne, the naval architect of the Royal Yacht Britannia Atlantide was built in 1930 by Philip and Sons Ltd of Dartmouth, United Kingdom.
With an LOA of 122 ft / 37.19 m, a beam of 17 ft / 5.44 m and a draft of 10 ft 2.79 m, Atlantide can comfortably accommodate 6 guests in 3 cabins. She is constructed from steel and has a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and repaint at Camper & Nicholsons Shipyard, Gosport, United Kingdom.
Global Challenge Yachts
The Global Challenge was an around the world yacht race originated by Sir Chay Blyth in 1989, organised and run by Challenge Business. The event took place every 4 years and involved a fleet of steel yachts, all of the same size and build. The yacht crews were made up of men and women who had paid to take part in what is described as “The World’s Toughest Yacht Race”. This was because the race involved sailing west around the globe, which is against the prevailing winds and sea currents covering a distance of 29,000 nautical miles.
The identical steel Challenge 72 ft (22 m) ocean racing yachts were designed by Rob Humphreys. 10 of the fleet of 12 were built by Devonport Yachts in Plymouth, United Kingdom using a kit of precision laser-cut steel panels. They had a half-load displacement of 40 Tonnes, a full load draft of 3.05 m with a 12.5 Tonne ballast. There were notable safety and strength improvements made compared to the 67 ft yachts used for the first 2 races and were designed to be fairly easy to sail as the 13 crew members assigned to each yacht were amateur sailors under the command of an experienced Captain.
Project Work – DML Dockyard (Devonport Management Limited), Plymouth, UK. Fully faired 7 newly built 72ft steel-hulled yachts to racing specifications and painted using International Yacht paints.
S/Y Christianne B (42 metres)
Christianne B is a 42 m sailing yacht built by Perini Navi, Italy at their Viareggio shipyard in 1986. She was last refitted in 2006 and is ideal for a luxury family charter with 4 large guest cabins that can accommodate up to 10 guests with a crew of 6.
Christianne B also has a great selection of water toys to entertain children young and old.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and repainted using Awlgrip products at Viareggio, Italy.
M/Y Leander G (75 metres)
Leander G is an elegant steel hulled superyacht designed by Claus Kusch. She has a classic canoe stern and a helicopter pad with a 3 deck aluminium superstructure making 6 decks in total. Leander G can comfortably accommodate up to 22 guests with 10 luxurious bedroom suites available and has a crew of 23.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and full repaint to a superyacht standard for Devonport Yachts at DML Dockyard, Plymouth, UK using Awlgrip products.
Midnight Saga II (26 metres)
This rather classic yacht was built by Moonen in the Netherlands. Her interior was designed by Diana Yacht Design and she was originally first launched in 1986. This luxury vessel’s exterior design was also created by Diana Yacht Design.
Midnight Saga II accommodates up to 6 guests and has 3 crew members.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and full repaint at Vosper Thornycroft Shipyard, Portchester UK using Awlgrip products.
S/Y Sophie (91 ft)
The sailing yacht Sophie was built by Renaissance Yachts in the United States of America in 1994. She has 3 suites that accommodate up to 6 guests with 3 crew members. Sophie has a Mahogany hull and superstructure with teak decking and a top speed of 9 knots, with a cruising speed of 8 knots.
This luxury yacht’s exterior was designed by Bruce King and she has an LOA 27.74 m / 91′, Beam 4.88 m / 16′ and Draft 4.27 m / 14’.
Project Work – Full fairing repairs and full repaint to superyacht standards using International products. Works completed at SYS, Southampton.
Talitha (80 metres)
Talitha (ex Talitha G) is a historic classic motor yacht built in 1929 by Krupp and reconditioned by Devonport with interior design by Jon Bannenberg. She can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins in glorious luxury and elegant style and has 18 crew members. LOA 80 m / 262.5′ , Beam 10.34 m / 33.9′.
Project Work – DML Dockyard (Devonport Management Limited), Plymouth, UK. Complete rebuild and conversion – Full fairing and painting using International products to a superyacht standard.
Tigre Rose (29 metres)
Tigre Rose was built by Bay Class and launched in 1993. Her exterior was designed by Jon Bannenberg, the renowned superyacht designer. The interior was designed by Terence Disdale and naval architecture by Berthon.
This classic longboat with superyacht build and finish standards weighs in at 114 GT with a steel hull and superstructure. With an LOA of 29 m and a beam of 5.05 m, Tigre Rose has a top speed of 9 knots. She can comfortably accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 staterooms and has room for 2 crew members.
Project Work – New build – Full fairing and painting to superyacht standards.
M/Y Carmac VII (45.7 metres)
Carmac VII was the last of three Feadships built for the same owner and has an LOA of 45.7 m, a beam of 8.62 m and a draft of 2.72 m. The elegant interior of Carmac VII was achieved with the help of some unique furnishings, including 200-year old hand-carved walnut and cherry-wood panelling, 150-year old lead glass china cabinets and hand-made woven carpeting. The interior decor was very carefully removed from Carmac VI, which had been built a decade earlier, and re-fitted onboard Carmac VII.
Carmac VII can accommodate up to 14 guests with the addition of 12 crew members.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and full repaint to a superyacht standard at Vosper Thornycroft Shipyard, Portchester UK using Awlgrip products.
M/Y Midnight Saga (57 metres)
Midnight Saga is a classic styled 188’ superyacht constructed by Cammenga, Holland in 1978 and caters for up to 12 guests in 9 large cabins and has a crew of 13.
Project Work – Fairing repairs and full repaint to a superyacht standard at Vosper Thornycroft Shipyard, Portchester UK using Awlgrip products.
S/Y Mirabella I (40 metres)
Mirabella I is a 41 m / 134′7″ luxurious sailing yacht. Three yachts were built by Concorde Yachts AT Ocean Marina in Na Jomtien, Sattahip, Thailand between 1990 and 1994. She has a beam of 9 m and a draft of 3.78 m and has a GRP hull and superstructure. She has a gross tonnage of 231 tons.
Mirabella I is fitted with two 550hp Lugger engines each giving her a top speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 11 knots with a maximum range of approximately 4000 nautical miles. This semi-custom yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 cabins with up to 6 crew members including the Captain.
Mirabella I interior was designed by Peter Sijm and Jill Lubin and the exterior design was created by Farr Yacht Design and Jill Lubin.
Project Work – New Build – Full fairing and painting to a superyacht standard using Awlgrip products.
M/Y Bellissima (48.5 metres)
Superyacht Bellissima underwent a complete rebuild, paint and fit-out from 1986 to 1988. Originally launched in 1973 at the Anastassiades & Tsortanides, after her relaunch, she was one of the most opulent yachts of her time, featuring an Asian style interior, with many fabrics from China and Thailand, such as pleated silk overheads.
Bellissima (renamed Passion) can accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 cabins and 14 crew members.
Project Work – Complete rebuild and conversion – Full fairing and painting using Awlgrip products to a superyacht standard, completed in 1988.