Vitters’ Project 3093 sees daylight
Hull turned and yacht readied for outfitting…
Photo: Guy Fleury Photography
The 44-metre Vitters cruising sloop Project 3093 is designed by Reichel Pugh Design, with interior design by Design Unlimited in cooperation with Pieter Laureys, TK interiors. Ezio Dal Maso, from Stephensen Harwood, acted for the owners.
Features of the superstructure design include ample glass and substantial deck spaces, while guests will be able to relax and dine under the covered cockpit protected from the elements. The transom area can be converted into a beach club, close to sea level. There are also two outside seating areas and a sunbathing pad.
For efficient power management, Project 3093 has two ‘submarine’ anchor systems, a peak shaving battery system and twin V-drums located in the forepeak.
Project 3093 is an example of Vitters’ credo: “No matter where you want to take your yacht, we are always pushing to go where we haven’t gone before.”
The yacht will be launched spring 2024, and after a period of sea trials, handed over to the owner.
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