Dutch Vitters Shipyard proudly presents Sarissa, a new, impressive superyacht. Sporty, but at the same time elegant, it was designed by naval architect Bill Trip and Rhoades Young Design Ltd. The yacht draws attention with its high quality finish and sleek design, being the largest Dutch-built carbon fiber sloop.
Combining modern design and technology, the vessel provides a comfortable and luxurious environment for its guests, while also offering high performance and family adventures. The 42,6 meters yacht features spacious decks, with various seating arrangements (large fixed sun beds, secluded cockpits with relaxing sofas, dining area) which offer beautiful views of the surroundings.
Inside, one is welcomed by a warm and intimate atmosphere, filled with natural light. The spacious main saloon boasts beautiful large windows for magnificent views, and at starboard, a cozy sitting area includes a big and comfortable L-shaped sofa with three Barcelona customized chairs. The delicate railings, applied on the back side, offer support for those who walk by or just lean on them to enjoy the surrounding view.
The yacht features four guest cabins with en-suite bathrooms, which can accommodate up to 9 guests, and three crew cabins. But the most impressive of all is the owner’s cabin, which boasts beautiful dark wood furnishings with glass details and stainless steel. This large room has en-suite bathroom, ample storage, wardrobe and office area.
Several tricks were used to make this interior seem larger: the lower deck hallway is placed slightly diagonally and one of the guest cabins also serves as a study. Every inch of space has been optimally used to create a stunning interior design.