One of the biggest ketches ever built and designed by the famous Argentinian yacht designer German Frers, Rebecca was designed to hark back to the golden age of yachting in herb external lines, though fitted to the highest standards with modern fixtures and technology. Consequently she is extremely beautiful to look at, without the hardships and carbuncles that come with an antique yacht of similar appearance.
Built by Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth, England and launched in 1999 this modern classic has comfortable accommodation and relaxation spaces while having the sailing characteristics of the era she harks back to. Where yachts built in the 19th Century required dozens of crew to sail them, Rebecca needs far fewer with the automation and machinery that does the jobs of many. This means there is more space for the owner to enjoy.
LOA 42.42m 139.17ft
BEAM 8.7m 28.54ft
DRAFT 4.5m 14.76ft
DISPLACEMENT 172 tons