The 140′ carbon fiber sloop Sarissa flies over the waters of Tahiti

The 140′ carbon fiber sloop Sarissa flies over the waters of Tahiti

Sarissa in Tetiaroa, French Polynesia with her brand new square top main sail. Sarissa is a 42.6 metres carbon fibre sloop designed by Naval Architect Bill Tripp and built by Vitters








She was built by Vitters in 2011 for an experienced boat owner with a young family. The owner wanted to combine comfortable, extended family cruising with a performance edge. The yacht will compete in several superyacht regattas as well as spending long periods of time adventuring on family holidays to remote, isolated places.

Sarissa is a state of the art sailing boat in every sense. The experience of Tripp Design, Rhoades Young and Vitters Shipyard has resulted in a light weight cored interior that maximises space making for a very efficient yacht. The technology may be unnoticed by guests who simply enjoy the fantastic sailing performance and interior ambience of the yacht.

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