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Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

Kiwi classics: 6 of the best Alloy Yachts

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Tawera

An early example of Alloy Yachts' burgeoning prowess in the superyacht sector, 28.1 metre Tawera was launched in 1995. She has gone on to establish herself as a mainstay of the New Zealand Millennium Cup, which Hambrook helped to found in 2000. Tawera scooped first place in 2016 and 2017 before being pipped to the post by regatta newcomer Ammonite in the 2018 edition of the cup.

Inside she boasts almost two metres of headroom and accommodation for six guests and four crewmembers all set in a welcoming décor by Peter Sijm.

Photo: Jeff Brown / Breed Media

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