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Luxury Yachts Sailing
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Crusader Catamaran Created by: Ken Lee


This yacht, also known as the Crusader, is a 57-foot long catamaran yacht. A catamaran is a type of ship with two parallel hulls on either side. This is different than most other common ships which only feature a single hull. This catamaran yacht features twin Yanmar 285 HP diesel engines each with 285 horsepower.

Aurora Yacht Created by: As-Built Media


ThSet sail on Aurora, a beautiful Nordhavn yacht located in Vancouver, BC! This incredible yacht comfortably sleeps 17 guests, with spacious bedrooms (including four king-sized suites) and private bathrooms for each room. With a length of 120', Aurora features three separate living rooms, a full bar, hot tub, four entertaining decks, a chefs kitchen, and separate crew quarters. Take note of the interior's luxurious materials and fine craftsmanship. The beautiful scenery seen in this Space is awe-inspiring Vancouver, BC.

Southerly 57RS Created by: TrustedPhoto DC


The Southerly 57RS is an innovative draft sailing yacht designed for easy handling and performance. A collaboration between superyacht designers Dubois Naval Architects and draft cruising yacht producer Southerly, the 57RS was awarded the Best Boat Winner for flagship monohulls by SAIL Magazine in 2011. The yacht features a traditional interior cabin with contemporary cosmetic touches and its double headsail rig makes the ship suitable for most wind conditions and sailing environments.

Schooner Zodiac Sailing Ship  Created by: Tosolini Productions


The Schooner Zodiac is a large sailing ship originally built for the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical heirs in 1924 as a private yacht. Her deck is adorned with polished brass and gleaming work, and it boasts one of the largest working mainsails along the Pacific West Coast. Today, she is maintained and operated by the Schooner Zodiac Corporation, a group of shipwrights, sailors, and historians who run the ship now as a charter vessel.

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