Mystère 143

by Vitters Shipyard with Bill Tripp Design and Dick Young Designs

Tlaunting her stylishness, the Mystère is the magnificent new streamlined high performance sloop magically designed by the Bill Tripp Design studio for the Vitters Shipyard, the masterful builder of entirely customised sailing and power yachts. The Mystère is a unique and thrilling spectacle, an impossible, unreal dream; but at the same time it is ahead of her time, a brilliant technical masterpiece of sailing design and a trendsetting icon of architectural design. No detail has been overlooked in this excellent achievement. The design team wanted to create a vessel that was truly modern and stylish and could ensure her Owner an unforgettable power-yachting experience by cutting swiftly through the oceans. The Owner’s justifiably high expectations have been impressively exceeded by the numerous, functional innovations adopted on the Mystère, which also expresses his own personal tastes. These innovations have been perfected both in terms of the technical naval concept and the design layout of interiors and exteriors. The Vitters yard is known for its outstanding skill, passion and dedication to making yacht-Owners’ dreams come true and the Mystère is no exception. The yard’s sailing yachts and sailing ships never fail to provide their Owners with thrilling emotions and unforgettable, intense sailing. Some of its most famous recent yachts include: the challenging Ghost 122’ sloop, designed by Luca Brenta & Lorenzo Argento Yacht Designers; the luxurious African Queen 140’ sloop, renamed the Red Dragon, by Ed Dubois Naval Architects; the prestigious Whirlaway 140’ sloop and the Gimlä 140’ sloop, designed by Dubois Naval Architects; the traditional Adèle 180’ classic ketch, designed by André Hoek Design Naval Architects. And now the latest addition, the stunning Mystère 143’, an unprecedented yacht masterfully built by Vitters and designed by Bill Tripp. It’s a glossy, smooth sculpture in aluminium, forged with the aesthetic perfection of pure forms and pure performance: the ultimate expression of energy and harmony.

Main features & data
Mystère has been assigned construction number 3055. It is a high performance sailing yacht with sloop rig. The vessel has been awarded the Lloyd’s Cross of Malta 100A1, SSC, YACHT classifications. The yard used Alustar aluminium alloy for
the hull, while the superstructure is made of carbon composite. The hull is over
43-metre long, while the overall beam is almost eight metres, with a water line length of 38.5-metre. Overall draft varies between a minimum of just under four metres and a maximum of almost six metres, thanks to the lifting keel which can
be raised by exactly two metres. Displacement is 190 tons while ballast is 40 tons.
The mast is 53-metre high from deck level; that and the infurling boom were manufactured in carbon-fibre by Marten Marine. A new Reckmann jib furling system with a hydraulic motor has been fitted at the far end of the bow inside a special peak created beneath the deck. The capacious on-board tanks can contain 12,700 litres of fuel and 5800 litres of water. The unit has propellers for boat handling, launting her stylishness, the Mystère is the magnificent new streamlined high performance sloop magically designed by the Bill Tripp Design studio for the Vitters Shipyard, the masterful builder of entirely customised sailing and power yachts. The Mystère is a unique and thrilling spectacle, an impossible, unreal dream; but at the same time it is ahead of her time, a brilliant technical masterpiece of sailing design and a trendsetting icon of architectural design. No detail has been overlooked in this excellent achievement. The design team wanted to create a vessel that was truly modern and stylish and could ensure her Owner an unforgettable power-yachting experience by cutting swiftly through the oceans. The Owner’s justifiably high expectations have been impressively exceeded by the numerous, functional innovations adopted on the Mystère, which also expresses his own personal tastes. These innovations have been perfected both in terms of the technical naval concept and the design layout of interiors and exteriors. The Vitters yard is known for its outstanding skill, passion and dedication to making yacht-owners’ dreams come true and the Mystère is no exception. The yard’s sailing yachts and sailing ships never fail to provide their owners with thrilling emotions and unforgettable, intense sailing. Some of its most famous recent yachts include: the challenging Ghost 122’ sloop, designed by Luca Brenta & Lorenzo Argento Yacht Designers; the luxurious African Queen 140’sloop, renamed the Red Dragon, by Ed Dubois Naval Architects; the prestigious Whirlaway 140’ sloop and the Gimlä 140’ sloop, designed by Dubois Naval Architects; the traditional Adèle 180’ classic ketch, designed by André Hoek Design Naval Architects. And now the latest addition, the stunning Mystère 143’, an unprecedented yacht masterfully built by Vitters and designed by Bill Tripp. It’s a glossy, smooth sculpture in aluminium, forged with the aesthetic perfection of pure forms and pure performance: the ultimate expression of energy and harmony. [...]

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