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PRANA
Luxury Sailing Yacht for Charter |
52.10 m / 0 ft | Alloy Yachts | 2006 (2018)

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Available for Charter with Camper & Nicholsons, the original yachting company.

Prana was designed for extensive cruising and participating in regattas across the globe, Prana is a stylish superyacht with top performance at her core. Prana was launched in July 2006 as Kokomo, an Alloy Yachts-built sailing yacht with clean lines from Dubois, a sophisticated low profile and an enormous 63.4m rig, able to support a sail volume of 3,832sq.m. At 51.7m she is the perfect length to combine generous interior areas, styled by the celebrated Redman Whiteley Dixon, with sleek, smooth performance.

MCA compliant, Prana has flexible accommodation on board for up to 10 charter guests in five en suite staterooms all situated on the lower deck, and she is cared for by nine friendly and well experienced crew members. Prana's full beam master suite holds a king size bed while two identical double staterooms and two identical twin staterooms are positioned forward of the master suite. Access to the aft accommodation is via a stairway located starboard of the main salon. Each stateroom on board Prana has large portholes, electric blinds, mood lighting and climate control, ensuring her charter guests travel in complete, unadulterated luxury.

Prana features an extensive aft deck with a teak terrace encompassing a sumptuous U-shaped sofa along with umbrellas. A double-hinged transom folds out to produce a massive swimming platform that provides easy access to the water by descending below it. She also has a flybridge on board which allows the main deck to be totally free and available for entertaining or relaxing in the Jacuzzi. She carries a particularly good variety of water toys on board for your enjoyment, including a waverunner and two Laser sailing dinghies.

Main Features:

  • MCA Compliant

  • 63.4 metre rig

  • 3,832 square metre sail volume

  • Redman Whiteley Dixon interior

  • Extensive aft deck

  • Swimming platform

Prana was designed for extensive cruising and participating in regattas across the globe, Prana is a stylish superyacht with top performance at her core. Prana was launched in July 2006 as Kokomo, an Alloy Yachts-built sailing yacht with clean lines from Dubois, a sophisticated low profile and an enormous 63.4m...
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Prana was designed for extensive cruising and participating in regattas across the globe, Prana is a stylish superyacht with top performance at her core. Prana was launched in July 2006 as Kokomo, an Alloy Yachts-built sailing yacht with clean lines from Dubois, a sophisticated low profile and an enormous 63.4m rig, able to support a sail volume of 3,832sq.m. At 51.7m she is the perfect length to combine generous interior areas, styled by the celebrated Redman Whiteley Dixon, with sleek, smooth performance.

MCA compliant, Prana has flexible accommodation on board for up to 10 charter guests in five en suite staterooms all situated on the lower deck, and she is cared for by nine friendly and well experienced crew members. Prana's full beam master suite holds a king size bed while two identical double staterooms and two identical twin staterooms are positioned forward of the master suite. Access to the aft accommodation is via a stairway located starboard of the main salon. Each stateroom on board Prana has large portholes, electric blinds, mood lighting and climate control, ensuring her charter guests travel in complete, unadulterated luxury.

Prana features an extensive aft deck with a teak terrace encompassing a sumptuous U-shaped sofa along with umbrellas. A double-hinged transom folds out to produce a massive swimming platform that provides easy access to the water by descending below it. She also has a flybridge on board which allows the main deck to be totally free and available for entertaining or relaxing in the Jacuzzi. She carries a particularly good variety of water toys on board for your enjoyment, including a waverunner and two Laser sailing dinghies.

Main Features:

  • MCA Compliant

  • 63.4 metre rig

  • 3,832 square metre sail volume

  • Redman Whiteley Dixon interior

  • Extensive aft deck

  • Swimming platform

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She is the 23rd sailing yacht and the third over 50m in length built by Alloy Yachts. The 52m (171ft) flybridge sloop is the 14th Dubois Naval Architects vessel built by the yard. Construction commenced in August 2004 and she was launched in July 2006. She also expands the yard?s repertoire of custom components designed and built in-house. For example, this is the first yacht with the entire package of vertical and captive reel winches designed and built by Alloy Yachts. She also has a telescopic three-station passerelle designed and built in house Throughout the vessel custom handrails are covered in leather, with silver end-caps. ED DUBOIS, DUBOIS NAVAL ARCHITECTS, COMMENTS ?This yacht represents a significant development in Dubois Naval Architects? flybridge yachts in terms of space planning and overall style. The flybridge has been streamlined to give a classically modern appearance. She represents a culmination of unique experience from both Alloy Yachts and the Dubois office.? TONY DIXON, REDMAN WHITELEY DIXON DESIGN, COMMENTS ON THE INTERIOR The design brief was for a comfortable, practical interior and yet be stylish and modern with unique features to make a very notable yacht. The interior should flow naturally from the exterior styling and be complementary to one another. A key interior layout decision was for the single level main deck of pilothouse forward all the way aft through salon to the cockpit, as the living spaces. The whole deck may be kept open with sliding doors and panels to allow continuous views all round. Many design meetings were held with the owner before the shipyard began its work to establish the styling, furniture and hardware, including a client visit to Italy to choose the marble slabs for bathrooms. Particular attention was paid to the choice of woods and individual sheets of veneer to achieve the chosen colour and grain to be consistent throughout the yacht. Some of the interior features include: ? Modern, elegant interior architecture that has subtle, sophisticated detail design features. ? Warm and rich colour woods (walnut and wenge). ? Layout has clean, straight lines, soft rounded corners. ? Flush bulkheads with a feature chair rail using same veneers at 90? to horizontal wall veneers. ? Decorative ceiling layouts employing Sycamore centre panels and a wide cream colour fabric border panel. ? Feature cabinets have a Wenge cross-banded framing around the doors or drawers and a leather wrapped grab bar on top in the same style as the cabin door handles. ? Hardware is generally brush finish stainless steel. ? Wenge plank floors on main deck and carpeted with a Wenge border on lower cabin deck. ? Carpet has a deep, silky pile that is extremely soft and comfortable under bare foot. ? Bathroom marble work is in a precious, elegant stone found in a Verona yard. ? Fabrics are soft natural colours of brown and blue/greens in silks, suedes and leathers from Europe. ? All beds have padded headboards and footboards. ? The lighting is all brush stainless steel finish and there are rectangular cluster down lights in the ceilings. ? A significant marble top bar and stools have been specially designed around the salon door with a further six wine coolers. SOUTHERN SPARS, RIG DESIGN COMMENTS At 63.4 metres the rig is Southern Spars? longest mast to date. The bare mast tube alone represents 3.5 tonnes of high modulus carbon fibre and once all components and rigging are included it weighs 11.5 tonnes excluding the boom. It should be noted that high modulus carbon fibre is significantly stiffer than standard carbon fibre so less carbon is required. This yacht has been designed with racing principles in mind. Fast lines and sleek exterior ensure the vessel achieves maximum speed and power, while ensuring the comfort of her guests. Redman Whiteley Dixon have designed the generously proportioned interior to provide comfort and tranquility. She has been luxuriously styled and generously proportioned for the comfort of guests. All suites feature portholes, electric blinds, individual climate control, mood lighting and music systems
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Guests: 10Cabins: 5Crew: 9
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Overview
Name: PRANA
Yacht Type: Sailing Yacht
Class: Lloyds Register of Shipping 100 A1 SSC
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Exterior Designer: Dubois Naval Architects
Interior Designer: Redman Whiteley Dixon Ltd
Dimensions
Length Overall: 52.10 m / 0 ft
Beam: 10.20 m / 0 ft
Max Draft: 2.30 m / 0 ft
Construction
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Year of Build: 2006
Year of Refit: 2018
Performance & Capacities
Cruising Speed: 17 Knots (approx)
Range (nm): 4500
Engines
Engines: 1 x CAT 1,200 HP
Generators: (2) Northern Lights 113Kva
Materials
Hull: Aluminium
Accommodation
Guests: 10
Cabins: 5
Crew: 9
Exterior Design
Designed by: Dubois Naval Architects
Interior Design
Designed by: Redman Whiteley Dixon Ltd
Cabin Specifications
Layout
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