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Top 50 Largest Sailing Yachts

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Mikhail S. Vorontsov | 52.4m (171'10")

built in 2013, Turkey

From sleek sloops to stately schooners, our definitive list of the largest sailing yachts in the world starts with a wooden superyacht...

Dream Ship Victory constructed the 52.4 metre sailing yacht Mikhail S. Vorontsov in Turkey in 2013, before shipping it some 3,000 miles to the Balk Shipyard in the Netherlands for fitting out.

DSV brought in Dykstra Naval Architects to refine the hull, which has been formulated to provide maximum space inside while still turning in good sailing performance. Ken Freivokh is responsible for the interior design.

Aft is an owner’s suite, including sauna and office, with its own deckhouse. The guest suites follow forward, with steps leading into the main deck saloon – a large space with bar, television and seating that leads out to a protected guest cockpit.

Length Overall (includes bowsprit): 64.52m
Builder: Dream Ship Victory / Balk Shipyard
Naval architecture: Dykstra Naval Architects
Exterior styling:Valeriy Stepanenko
Interior design: Ken Freivokh

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