Burgess has sold the 32.64m sailing yacht Ribelle. Ribelle was delivered by Vitters in 2017, her modern and slick naval architecture and exterior design were devised on the drawing boards of Malcolm McKeon Yacht Design. Built in collaboration at Green Marine in the UK, her hull and superstructure are made from carbon fibre. This resulted in a lightweight displacement of just 84 tonnes, permitting Ribelle to achieve speeds of more than 20 knots in moderate conditions.
Her custom interior was made by Rémi Tessier, who complimented her with a bright and modern interior decor.
Ribelle can accommodate six guests across three cabins. This includes a master suite, VIP suite and a twin cabin.
The master suite features a walkaround bed that is placed in a slightly lowered position and is enhanced by ambient lights that give the furniture a suspended appearance.
The state-of-the-art equipment includes three ovens, a large induction cooktop, a blast chiller and a two-metre working island. The decor consists of glossy white-painted panels, mirrors and polished stainless steel.
She was sold with a last asking price of EUR 16,500,000. This was an in-house deal handled by Burgess Monaco office.
Vitters Shipyard is a Dutch high-end performance yacht builder. The shipyard was founded in 1990 by Jan Vitters. The company delivered the first luxury sailing boat, the 28m Aphrodite, in 1993. Vitters Shipyard has a crew of dedicated engineers and craftspeople who have a strong eye for detail and the passion to exceed the expectations of its yacht owners.