33m sailing catamaran launched by Ruiying Yacht
2018-04-17By Holly Overton

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 Ruiying JL110 has a 14.85 metre beam and a maximum draught of 2.30 metres

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 Ruiying JL110 was styled inside and out by French design studio Berret Racoupeau

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.

Accommodation on board the Ruiying JL110 is for up to ten guests split across four staterooms

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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