New 32.27 metre long sailing yacht named Satisfaction has been delivered.
Satisfactions builder is Southern Wind Shipyard.
Styled inside and out by Nauta Design.
Her naval architecture comes courtesy of Farr Yacht
“The aim when conceiving this project was to incorporate a modicum of raceboat features into a cruiser/racer while keeping a beautiful aesthetic and a high level of comfort," explains Jim Schmicker, vice-president of Farr Yacht Design.
"The wide aft sections and transom make for more internal volume and deck area. This generous width is carefully balanced with extra volume in the forward sections to ensure the yacht remains in control with a level fore-and-aft trim when sailing at typical upwind heel angles.”
Accommodation is for up to eight guests split between four staterooms, including an owner’s cabin situated in the bow, and two twin rooms and a double cabin amidships. Meanwhile, the crew quarters allows for a staff of up to six people.
Marco Aberti, general manager of Southern Wind, said: "Satisfaction is a perfectly balanced and powerful sailing yacht that performs very well in light air. Thanks to her twin rudder configuration, she is very light on the helm in any condition. The wide deck with the cockpits on the same level gives a real superyacht feeling.”