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Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

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Vertigo

In memory of the late Tony Hambrook, we’ve been through our archives and picked out six of his yard Alloy Yachts’ finest creations.

Where better to start than with the yard’s flagship, the monumental 67.2 metre ketch Vertigo? Launched in 2011, she was met with widespread critical acclaim, being named sailing yacht of the year at the 2012 World Superyacht Awards. Legend has it that her designer Philippe Briand came up with the shape of her dramatically sloped coachroof after sketching on the tablecloth of an Italian trattoria.

Her 837GT interior, designed by Studio Christian Liaigre, saw the yard break through the 500GT mark for the first time. The result is six-star luxury accommodation with room for a plethora of sports equipment, meaning guests can work out and stay in shape during extended stays on board.

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