30m sailing superyacht Vagante enters outfitting stage
by Miranda Blazeby
Most of the deck gear and electrical systems aboard the yacht have been installed while work has also begun on the crew areas and galley.
Two guest cabins have been fitted while the remaining cabins and saloon are also in progress.
The yacht’s hull is set to be painted a custom grey next week while the fin keel and bulb have been fabricated and are also due to be painted.
Featuring exterior design and naval architecture by Taka Yacht Design, Vagante is inspired by the classic Turkish gulet “but with finer lines, modern underbody, bulb keel and spade rudder.”
Built for a “young, enthusiastic couple and their family with a huge love of the sea”, Vagante is set to be delivered by the end of 2018. Featuring a 6.4 metre beam, Vagante will have a top speed of 10 knots under power and cruising speed of seven knots.
Her “sumptuous” interior design is being handled by Stephen Huish Yacht Design. Key interior materials include bleached oak, American walnut and stainless-steel detailing.
Accommodation is for eight guests across three double ensuite cabins and a master cabin equipped with its own saloon. The crew quarters meanwhile will allow for a staff of three.