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Sailing Yacht EOS

December 12, 2009 by Superyacht Design
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The 92.92m sailing yacht EOS is one of the largest sailing yacht in the world. The three masted Bermuda rigged schooner sailing luxury yacht is a private yacht owned by Barry Diller.

Built by Lurssen Shipyard, EOS was launched in 2006 in Germany. The yacht’s exterior styling has been done by Langan Design Associates, Inc. and the interiors by François Catroux. The naval architecture has been done by the Lürssen team and the rig has been supplied by Rondal/Huisman.

The luxury yacht has an aluminum hull and superstructure, including a beam of 13.50m (44.29ft). The propulsion system of the yacht consists of two 2332 HP diesel engines, which provide the yacht with a maximum speed of 16 knots. Sailing yacht EOS can accommodate 16 guests and 21 crew members on board. More specification info here:

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