The concept Varvara is focused with modern sailors in mind. Don’t let her stunning looks fool you, we think making sailing easy, accessible and enjoyable is priority. Varvara operates nimbly with a minimal inventory of sails for handling all conditions. The sailing platform supports a small crew with streamlined gear-shifting whether day-racing in coastal waters or that two-week passage abroad. This edgy envelope conceals accommodation and amenities for comfortable and roomy cruising for family or couples. No matter your budget, owning and operating a yacht should be made easy as possible. Varvara concept illustrates a business-like approach to world-class design […]
Distinguished design for world-class cruising • For sailing inshore and offshore with equal ease, comfort, and performance. • Distinctive styling by SWYD. • Capable ocean-going safety and user-friendly performance sailing. • Generous interior space and comfortable cruising. Design Brief Conceived with a goal of world cruising to destination in the tropics and ranging to areas in mild arctic latitudes, the cat shall be capable of sailing in all kinds of conditions.
Italmas is a custom, 44-foot weekend cruiser currently under construction at Van Dam Custom Boats, in Boyne City, Michigan. For more details, contact Ben Van Dam at (231) 582-2323 or email@example.com
The striking blend of modern and traditional seeks to provide the answer to a gentleman sailor looking for high performance. rapture is a sporty and eye-catching modern classic for an owner who enjoys finishing first on the race course while wowing onlookers at a Concours d’Elégance. “Our combined vision was for raw and unique aesthetics while delivering distinctive and refined performance – much like a high end sports car,”—Paul Waring rapture has a subtle sheerline, daring reverse plumb stem and relatively broad beam with a chine hullform; this edginess produces a lively high-performance yacht that will plane off the breeze […]
Nymph represents a distinctively different twist on tradition. Her lines feature the plumb stem and broad, shapely transom of yachts and working craft of the late 19th century. In addition to the good looks inherent in this hull, there’s performance—light displacement, long waterline, and a clean, flat run aft spell high speed and good manners. The rig features our latest thinking for fast, easy sailing. Traditional deck joinery offsets the modern cockpit layout, set up for perfect short-handed sailing. Below a roomy arrangement accommodates two couples or a family of up to six. Nymph offers the best of classic style […]
The little sister to the iconic W-76. She evokes the same sense of yesterday’s yachting as her larger stablemate, but in a much more accessible size. Easy for a couple to daysail or a quartet to race, her standing headroom, full galley, and four berths make her a comfortable cruiser also. She features long, graceful overhangs and flush deck above water and light displacement and high-performance foils below.
A new direction in traditional, performance yachting. The sleek lines and spacious quarters make this the craft for people who truly desire a standout vessel. Duece is rigged for easy, safe handling and her distinctive good looks are guaranteed to turn heads as you enter any harbor. She features a conservative comfortable and safe cockpit with great protection from seas and incorporates an overhanging pilothouse/raised saloon to minimize direct exposure to the elements. Below decks she can be customized with two or three cabin arrangement and comes complete with state-of-the art galley. She’s a vessel that does not compromise.
Originally created as a daysailer, Solo is all about style, charisma and high performance. She is truly a work of art. A slightly tuned down racing yacht, Solo has conservative draft and a punchy sail plan that promises a lively sailing experience. What she lacks in size she more than makes up for below decks for comfortable overnight stays: decent head and two generous quarter-berths comfortably sleep two. An added bonus… push-button functionality from stem to stern. Watch the Video