Sailing Yacht Ganesha has been gliding across the world’s seas since 2013, when it was completed by a Dutch shipyard named Vitters. Even though its design resembles that of a racing yacht, this gracious vessel was actually built with comfort in mind, and a company named Newcruise created its interiors. As for its exterior design, it was sketched out and put together by experts from Vitters and Dubois Yachts.
The main cockpit is covered by a fixed carbon bimini complemented by large panes, and it provides much needed protection from the sun and waves. The al fresco dining area offers enough seating for ten, while a U-shaped cockpit and numerous other lounging spaces offer fantastic opportunities for unwinding and socialization.
Created upon customer request, Ganesha is a versatile yacht that can be used for relaxing family cruises or racing. That’s because it boasts the highest power to weight ratio of any existing Dubois yacht. Its name honors a Hindu divinity that has the face of an elephant – a symbol of kindness, grace and benevolence.