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GEORGIA Alloy Yachts

GEORGIA Alloy Yachts - 2000 / 2014
Asking price $ 12,950,000



Built by Alloy Yachts in New Zealand and christened at the stroke of midnight 2000, Georgia became the first superyacht of the new Millennium and established herself as a trailblazer for a new generation of sailing yachts.
With her 59m carbon mast and eye-catching burgundy-red hull, she was the world’s largest sloop at the time of her launch. Georgia won the Showboats award as the most innovative sailing yacht as well as the best sailing yacht over 38 meters. Designed for ease of sailing with a minimal crew, safety and cohesive design was paramount in creating her. Georgia has five staterooms plus a staff cabin or gym and has unusually large windows in the main salon. Most of her captive sailing winches are hidden below deck and her centerboard draft allows access to shoal cruising areas.

BRIEF SPECIFICATIONS

  • Built2000
  • Length159'01 I 50m
  • Beam33'02 I 11m
  • Draft12'06 I 3.65m
  • Yacht typeSloop
  • BuilderAlloy Yachts
  • Refit2014
  • GT381
  • FlagCayman Island
  • ClassLloyds 100A1 SSc Yacht G6 Maltese Cross MCA
  • Range (nm)4000
  • HullAluminium
  • SuperstructureAluminium
  • Engine(s)1 x 1000HP Caterpillar 3508B
  • Cruising Speed (kn)10
  • Max Speed (kn)15
  • Exterior DesignPaolo Scanu, Butch Dalrymple-Smith
  • Interior DesignGlade Johnson Design
  • Guests12
  • Guest staterooms6
  • Crew8

EXTERIORS

INTERIORS

UNIQUE FEATURES

A world cruiser with a proven track record - 112,000 miles since 2009
Designed for ease of sailing with minimal crew
Fly Bridge with Jacuzzi
Full-beam Master Suite
Gym or additional sixth cabin
Panoramic windows in Main Salon
NOT FOR SALE TO US RESIDENTS WHILE IN US WATERS

CREDITS

A special thanks to Michael Kurtz, Pantaenius for the fantastic pictures of Georgia under sail
www.michaelkurtzphoto.com

Photography
Jim Raycroft
www.jimraycroft.com
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