The Javier Jaudenes designed vessel has been built as both a cruising yacht and a performance racers, and as such a strong emphasis has been placed on minimising weight. To put this in perspective, the boat’s displacement is just 77.4 tonnes, of which 30.6 is ballast.
Win Win features both a lifting keel and a retractable propulsion system for racing. The propeller itself has been refined from previous Baltic vessels to improve fuel economy and reduce noise when cruising or manoeuvring. This noise reduction is complemented by the installation of natural cork-cored sandwich panels throughout the interior and carbon, foam and rubber-cork floor panels.
On deck the design of the superstructure creates a long deck salon connected to a single-level cockpit via a push-button retractable glass bulkhead. The cockpit itself features two adjacent sunbathing platforms and an alfresco dining space.
Inside, Design Unlimited’s interior is functional, comprising a full beam owner’s suite with ensuite shower room forward, an owner’s lounge/study, and a Pullman cabin midship.
The aft section comprises two Pullman cabins, both with ensuite bathrooms, a galley, crew mess with navigation station and two crew cabins.
To match the yacht’s purpose the finish is a combination of limed oak veneers and white high-gloss lacquered overheads.
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