VERA IV is a 33.5m sailing superyacht, built by Royal Denship to a design by Tony Castro. VERA IV was a full-custom build, launched in 2002 and refit in 2017.
This steel-hulled superyacht has world-cruising capability and, featuring a lightweight carbon mast and boom, is designed with speed, safety and comfort in mind. Vera IV is a strong and stable yacht, ideal for family cruising and able to embrace longer passages with ease. The yacht has a simple sloop rig with a flexible foresail arrangement.
VERA IV is a pilothouse design, which gives the yacht enhanced versatility and provides an additional interior space to be utilised in inclement weather. VERA IV has both interior and exterior helm positions and, aft of the pilothouse, a U-shaped bank of cushioned seating with optional bimini shade.
The on-board accommodation is for up to eight guests in three cabins, with a fourth cabin made available by converting the media room. The configuration comprises a full-beam master double with his-and-hers ensuite, and two twin cabins. The crew quarters, professional-grade galley and laundry are all positioned forward.
VERA IV has an interior design by Zuretti, featuring wood panelling in pear and mahogany. Carpets run throughout and furnishings are in white and pale cream. The main saloon benefits from a great influx of natural light and as well as the lounge, hosts an interior dining area with impressive circular table.
Meals can also be enjoyed on deck in the enclosed cockpit, and the deck areas are generally spacious with plenty of room for sun pads.
VERA IV carries a RIB in a recessed tender well forward of the mast.