ZENITH - DYKSTRA 47m
WORLDWIDE SOLE AGENT
The 47m two-mast schooner ZENITH by Dykstra Naval Architects was built in steel by Ada Yacht Works in Turkey and launched in 2013.
WINDROSE OF AMSTERDAM, winner of the St. Barth’s Bucket 2008 and many other races, was the inspiration for this beautiful schooner. With the same stunning classic appearance and modern rig as WINDROSE OF AMSTERDAM, ZENITH offers excellent performances under sail, as well as luxurious comfort and class.
ZENITH makes an unforgettable impression with her low freeboards, long overhangs, classic skylights and the schooner rig with bowsprit.
On deck, ZENITH features a panoramic pilothouse saloon with a table for dinning or watch the view while under sail, as well as a large roomy cockpit for al-fresco dining.
From the deck saloon, private stairs lead aft to the separate full-width Master stateroom with Queen-sized bed and ensuite bathroom.
Forward from the deck saloon, there is a cozy lower saloon, and accommodation for 6 to 8 guests in 3 cabins (1 double-bed cabin and 2 twin cabins with Pullman berths). All cabins are equipped with ensuite facilities.
The crew area is well-separated with his own stairs from foredeck.
ZENITH sailing yacht evokes a bygone era with her elegant lines and classic details, while still providing the latest comforts. Her performance-orientated underwater hull and her light weight offers exciting performances.
ZENITH is very well built and solid, and has been kept in excellent condition.
- Type: Classic Schooner
- Naval architect: Dykstra Naval Architects
- Builder: Ada Yachtworks, Turkey
- Year: 2013
- Hull: Steel
- Length: 46.90 m (153'87'')
- Beam: 8.30 m (27'23'')
- Draft: 4.66 m (15'29'')
- Engines: 1x Yanmar HYM-WET 650 hp
- Displacement: 173 t
- Registry: Gibraltar
- Location: Bodrum, Turkey
Price: 5.500.000€ EX-VAT
1x aft full-width owner’s suite with ensuite bathroom
1x VIP cabin amidships with double berth and ensuite bathroom, 2x guest cabins, each with twin & Pullman berth and ensuite bathrooms
6/7 crew in 4 cabins