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.
Named after a legendary samurai warrior, the 87.78m (288'0") Musashi offers an inspirational synthesis of Japanese design and art deco-style elements. Her exceptionally elegant profile features clear lines and an optimal use of light and space. This striking exterior flows seamlessly into an interior where each space is conceived with optimum efficiency in mind and crafted to perfection. A wealth of built-in and loose furniture ensures that Musashi displays a remarkable sense of unity, both inside and out. The fun the owners experienced in the build has certainly been matched by the enjoyment they now share with up to eighteen guests on board.