BLUE TOO Alloy Yachts
BLUE TOO Alloy Yachts - 1998 / 2016
Blue Too is a 34 metre (112’) performance ketch built in New Zealand by Alloy Yachts to a Ron Holland design. She was refitted in 2008 and 2016 and has been maintained in first-class condition.
Blue Too combines race winning performance with beauty, comfort and structural integrity to a level that set new industry standards for subsequent generations of high-performance sailing yachts.
Blue Too has been proven over her lifetime with many transoceanic passages and a long list of regatta victories. This year she was the most impressive and consistent performer in the St. Bart’s Bucket, winning her class with three first place finishes and the largest cumulative margin ever recorded in the Bucket's history!
Her performance under sail is only matched by the superb quality of the Redman Whiteley Dixon interior. Beautifully appointed throughout, she has extremely practical design features such as the master stateroom with companionway to its own private cockpit. The pilothouse has large windows while the full-width lower saloon has a formal dining area for eight to starboard and a lounging area to port. Blue Too offers accommodation for up to 6 guests in 3 suites comprising her owner’s cabin, a double berth guest cabin and a twin berth guest cabin, all with ensuites. She can carry up to 5 crew but generally runs with only 4. Blue Too is en- route to Palma, Spain.
- Length34.14 I 112'
- Beam7.32 I 24'
- Draft3.35 I 11'
- Yacht typeSailing ketch
- BuilderAlloy Yachts
- FlagMarshal Island Private
- Class -
- Range (nm)3000
- Engine(s)Mercedes MTU 8V
- Cruising Speed (kn)10
- Max Speed (kn)12
- Exterior DesignRon Holland Design
- Interior DesignRodman Whiteley Dixon
- Guest staterooms3
Full beam lower salon for dining and lounging
The engine room was completely gutted and redesigned by Rob Doyle Design
2016 refit at Holland Jachtbouw
The best-pedigreed sailing yacht of this size on the market
Please note that Blue Too is not for sale to US residents while in US waters.
Michael Kurtz - Pantaenius