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Fitzroy Yachts launch 37.5m 'Escapade'

Fitzroy Yachts have launched their final project, 37.5m Dubois sloop 'Escapade' (FY17). The yacht will soon be taken to Auckland for completion work...…

Fitzroy Yachts have launched their final project, 37.5m Escapade (FY17). The yacht will soon be taken to Auckland for completion work. The launch was a bittersweet occasion for her build team, as it symbolises the end of operations at the New Plymouth yard.

Escapade is a fast cruising sloop designed by Dubois Naval Architects, with an interior by Design Unlimited. The yacht is an all aluminium design, with a fixed keel and features a raised saloon and a fixed bimini over the cockpit, which will have mechanically operated sliding windows. The master cabin and two guest staterooms will be located aft; with a fourth cabin, come day room, galley and crew space forward.

Escapade - Basic Specs

Hull number – F17
Builder – Fitzroy Yachts
Naval Architect/Exterior Designer – Dubois Naval Architects
Interior Designer – Design Unlimited
Type – Fast cruising sloop
Hull/superstructure – Aluminium
LOA – 37.5m (123”)
Max beam – 8.49m (27”8’)
Draught – 4m (13”1’)
Rig – 50.5m (156”6’) high from waterline
Classification – Lloyds/MCA

Profile links

Fitzroy Yachts

Dubois Naval Architects Ltd

Design Unlimited

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