27 June 2011 - Sarissa the 42.6m carbon superyacht is launched

The complete carbon composite hull and superstructure including the rudder for Sarissa was built at Green Marine in Southampton. The hull and deck were produced in a female mould and laminated in pre-preg carbon composite. The hull was launched in July 2010 and delivered to Vitters Shipyard in Holland and completed in 11 months.

The stylish interior, by Rhodes Young, combines various finishes in carbon, glass, stainless steel and several types of wood which combined with her large characteristic portholes are indicative for the quality of the living and comfort on board.

However, thanks to her light weight construction and Bill Tripp’s efficient hull shape, Sarissa can be expected to be very competitive on the race course.

Sarissa is one of the largest carbon fibre performance superyachts to have been built to date.


LOA:      42.6 (138ft)
Beam:    8.6m (28ft)
Draft:     4.0m (13ft) keel up / 6.2m (20ft) keel down
Ballast:  38 tonnes
Hull and superstructure: Carbon Composite by Green Marine
Yacht completion: Vitters Shipyard
Mast: 51m, Southern Spars
Architect: Bill Tripp Naval Architecture Inc.
Interior: Rhoades Young Design Ltd