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33m sailing catamaran launched by Ruiying Yacht

Chinese shipyard Ruiying Yacht has launched its 33.42 metre sailing catamaran project, the Ruiying JL 110.

Built for a Chinese owner, this launch marks the first collaboration between the shipyard and French design studio Berret Racoupeau. The studio said the greatest challenge was “to successfully integrate, on a yacht of this size, a large and comfortable owner’s area within the discrete and aesthetic lines”.

The catamaran features a spacious cockpit lounge, a flybridge with a superyacht spa pool, and a large foredeck offering panoramic views out to sea. The interior is bright and spacious with light wood panelling and large windows, including a skylight in the master suite.

Additional features include a breakfast bar in the main saloon, a contemporary chandelier above the dining table, and room for a tender back aft.

The yacht can accommodate up to 10 guests in four staterooms and a master suite which sits forward of the main saloon.

The Ruiying JL110 was built to RINA standards from a GRP hull and superstructure with a draft of 2.30 metres and a beam of 14.85 metres.

She is powered by two 475hp MTU diesel engines and has a total sailplan of 576 metres squared.

This launch comes five months after the shipyard delivered a 38.1 metre Ruiying 125 motor yacht to martial arts filmstar Jackie Chan.

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