New Charter Yacht 'PERSEUS3' Features One of the World's Tallest Masts

The latest build from the Perini Navi shipyard 60m series, sailing yacht PERSEUS3, showcases the latest state-of-the-art engineering and navigation technology. 

Debuted at the 2014 Monaco Yacht Show, PERSEUS3 boasts a mast of 75.8m which ranks in the top three in the world, following a mast stepping earlier this year shown above. Her carbon fibre mast is surprisingly lightweight, expertly created by Ron Holland and the Perini Navi architects as part of her highly intelligent deck layout. 

Her innovative electric variable speed motors and furlers are particularly impressive - controlled by the Perini Navi Automated Sail Handling System - they significantly improves furling and deploy times while speeding the tacking and jibing time by over 75% in comparison to yachts of older generations. 

Sloop PERSEUS3 boasts an elegantly style classic interior and a spacious deck featuring an infinity pool and two swimming platforms. 

Her well-appointed layout accommodates up to 12 guests, including a full-beam master suite which can convert into two VIP cabins, two double staterooms and two twin rooms. 

PERSEUS3 has joined the global charter fleet and will soon be offering luxury charters in the Caribbean. To be one of the first to experience first-hand her top-of-the-range yacht technology, contact your preferred charter broker to plan the perfect charter itinerary. 

...PERSEUS3 boasts a mast of 75.8m which ranks in the top three in the world...

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