The people who consider building a superyacht are successful individuals who have nothing to prove to anyone.
They have free will and spirit and simply want their vision to be realised – exactly how they envision it – without
concessions or compromises. Over the past 20 years, Vitters Shipyard has proven to be one of the world's leading
builders of large custom sailing yachts of 30 metres (100 ft) and above.
Led by managing directors Jan Vitters and Louis Hamming, this Dutch yard manifests what clients envision. Creative minds and skilful hands build yachts of superior quality, on time and on budget.
Yacht enthusiasts who want a vessel that makes socializing as easy as traveling will look on the 43-meter Mystère with envy. Designed by Tripp Design Naval Architecture and built by Vitters Shipyard, this one-of-a-kind yacht has some truly unique features that match the owner's interest in contemporary aesthetics, open areas for social events, and top-rated performance.
Mystère is the uncompromised outcome of a design brief to create a truly integrated modern and stylish yacht. Her 190-ton displacement extends over the 39-metre waterline, offering an ideal marriage of speed and ease of handling. Mystère is stylish, with a clean, linear architecture and clear sightlines from the helm and cockpit.
With Aglaia, Vitters Shipyard and Dubois Naval Architects have created something more than a 66-meter sloop. With help from Norwegian artist Magne Furuholmen, they have created a work of art capable of traveling the world.
Some yachts try to capture sailing's long history with antique designs. Others look to the future with sleek designs that would look suitable on a science fiction movie set. Sarissa stays steadily in the present. It's aesthetics, engineering, and abilities push the limits of modern design without accepting preconceived notions of what a yacht should look like. This results in a truly unique vessel that will thrill the owner's guests whether they are participating in a prestigious race or taking a leisurely vacation.