The largest yacht ever built in the southern hemisphere, she was designed by Philippe Briand and delivered by New Zealand yard Alloy Yachts in 2011.
Accommodation is for 12 guests in five staterooms, all with en suite facilities, and she carries a crew complement of 11, ensuring a good crew-to-guest ratio.
The flybridge is a superb area in tropical climates, with twin helm stations forward, large sunbeds aft, curved settees around the sides and a central table and chairs. Al fresco dining is available thanks to a barbecue, fridge, ice maker and sink.
A glass wind shield rises from the back of an aft-facing settee to guarantee protection from the elements at the table. Further protection is afforded by a dodger that lifts up and over the helm stations. Two bimini tops can also be erected for shade.
Named "Sailing Yacht of the Year" at the 2012 World Superyacht Awards, Vertigo has a vast deck area that features an oversized Jacuzzi, retractable sun pads and an open-air cinema.
Water toys include four tenders, sailing dinghies, kayaks, scuba equipment and a range of towables.
Vertigo charters at €275,000 per week in high season and €225,000 per week in low season.