Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Alloy Yachts Sign 44m Megayacht

Alloy Yachts announced that in the last week of August they signed a contract for a 44m (144ft) Sorgiovanni Design displacement Megayacht. The project, known as AY54, will be the first time this customer and his experienced team have built with Alloy Yachts. During the contract negotiation at the yard, the owners representatives were so impressed with Alloy Yachts that they believe Alloy would deliver exactly what the owner was looking for.

It will be the first time that Alloy Yachts have worked with the Sorgiovanni Design Studio. AY54 will have an interior designed by Justin Redman of Redman Whiteley Dixon, with a delivery scheduled for late 2014.

Alloy Yachts currently have three yachts under construction: Only months away from launching is AY44, a Rene Van Der Velden designed expedition style Megayacht. In the beginning of 2013 the Dubois designed Encore will be launched, for repeat customers who decided to upgrade their classic 1991 Dubois/Alloy sloop with a larger and more modern version. Nearer the end of 2013 we will see the second Mondango roll out of the yard. These repeat customers loved and missed the process of building their first Mondango so much they decided to come back to Alloy for another two years of the construction process with a new 57m (187ft) Dubois designed Ketch.

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