Vitters’ Project 3083 has left the shed. The 56-metre bespoke sailing yacht that boasts an innovative list of amenities, has exited Vitter’s facility in Zwartsluis, Netherlands.
Project 3083 has been in-build for two years with Vitters shipyard with details about the project kept tightly under wraps. She features an interior design by M2Atelier while her exterior was designed by the revered designer team at German Frers.
She has an estimated volume of 320 GT with accommodation split between the owner’s en-suite stateroom in the bow and four generous guest staterooms in the aft ship. The wide beam of the yacht allows for a large aft deck and beach club. Two tenders will be carried on board, one under the tender hatch at the bow and one 8.5-metre in the stern garage.
She is separated from her competitors with retractable v-bollards that accentuate her flush deck aesthetics. Her forepeak sees three v-drums that handle headsail changes with ease while the submarine v-anchor system provides the bow and foredeck with a practical yet aesthetically clean finish.
The yacht will be launched Friday this week. After a period of mast stepping, tuning and sea trials she will then be handed over to the owner, on schedule, before the summer.