Bliss Added to Superyacht Fleet

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Tuesday, March 05, 2013
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Superyacht reported that the sailing yacht, Bliss, had joined its global fleet of charter yachts. Bliss was reportedly  launched in 2009 by the Yachting Developments shipyard in New Zealand and was designed by Dubois Naval Architects
The yacht charterer reported that much of Bliss’ speed can be attributed to her weight-saving hull which provides increased stability whilst her high-aspect carbon fiber rudder has direct quadrant non-assisted steering to provide feedback to the helmsman.

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