This extraordinary sailing superyacht is testament to naval architect Philippe Briand’s and French designer Christian Liaigre’s quest to bring luxury living on the high seas to a new level.

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Kim Mosley
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Never available for charter until now, the award-winning Vertigo is one of the most impressive and adventurous sailing superyachts complete with world-class design elements and a fleet of toys to match. And building this superyacht was a dream — the ultimate opportunity to express the desires of the owner, who offers Vertigo for charter through the Monaco-based yacht management firm Y.CO. Equipped with a large Jacuzzi, two drop-down swim platforms for easy access to the sea and one custom-built limousine tender, this yacht also charters with a dizzying array of sports watercraft and equipment including four kayaks, two paddleboards, a pair of dinghies and eight full sets of dive gear.

Intelligent design offers the height of luxurious yachting onboard the elegant and fully custom yacht. To ensure guests enjoy views of all the visited ports of call, celebrated naval architect Philippe Briand worked closely with Alloy Yachts to create 4,900-square-feet of open decks and exquisite interior spaces. And charged with the task of crafting an “urban at sea” ambiance, French designer Christian Liaigre created monolithic spaces delicately enhanced with the use of sleek surfaces, natural woods and a simple color palette of creams and blacks. With room to accommodate 12 guests in four spacious cabins and a 430-square-foot master suite, as well as quarters for an 11-member crew, the Vertigo offers a spectacular home on the water for the owner and a rare vehicle for those lucky enough to charter her.

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