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Hull turned on 59m Vitters sailing yacht Project 3090

31 May 2022• Written by Olivia Michel

Dutch shipyard Vitters has released a construction update for its in-build 59 metre superyacht Project 3090, confirming that the hull has now been turned at its Zwartsluis facilities.

The yard released photos of the hull to mark the significant construction milestone of the project, on which work began in summer 2021.

Project 3090 is due to be delivered in summer 2023.
Credit: Guy Fleury

Information about the project has been kept tightly under wraps but Vitters has confirmed that it is classified as a ketch rigged performance cruiser with an interior volume of 299 GT and design and naval architecture by Argentinean studio Germán Frers. The yacht features a generous 10.17 metre beam and a keel with a draft of five metres when lifted and eight metres when lowered.

Other details revealed by the newly released images show a flush deck and a raised deckhouse for a classic look, plus a saloon with wraparound windows for panoramic views while on board.

Vitters' current flagship is 85.9m Aquijo.
Credit: Stuart Pearce

Vitters has now also confirmed that the yacht is scheduled for delivery to her owner in summer 2023. Once on the water, Project 3090 will slot in underneath the yard’s flagship 85.9 metre Aquijo and 66 metre Anatta to become it’s third largest launched yacht.

Project 3090 is the third yacht currently under construction at the shipyard, together with 56 metre Alea which is slated for delivery later in 2022 and Project 3093, a 44 metre sailing yacht due to hit the water in 2024 and which has been penned by Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design with interior styling by Design Unlimited.