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Spirit Yachts stole the Southampton Boat Show with this elegant gem – join us aboard the stunning wood composite-built Spirit 63DH yawl ► Become a FREE SUBSCRIBER to Yachting World's YouTube page now - https://www.youtube.com/user/yachtingworld?sub_confirmation=1 ► For the latest reviews, new gear launches and tour news, visit our website here - http://www.yachtingworld.com ► Like us on Facebook here - https://www.facebook.com/yachtingworldmagazine ►Follow us on Twitter here - https://twitter.com/yachtingworld ►Feel free to comment below! ►Remember to hit that LIKE button if you enjoyed it :)
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Manfred Adams (6 days ago)
Too much furniture for my taste. I would prefer the beauty of a voluminous empty wooden boat with just a bed and a head. Can use subway-like loops hanging from the ceiling to move about under way.
Aitor Navarro (28 days ago)
How much?
Seyed Clean (2 months ago)
Who else is watching this in a jogurt cup right now 😂
Wade Brown (2 months ago)
BARGE
Stephen M. Stouter (2 months ago)
Woodwork is absolutely beautiful.
victor van dyke (2 months ago)
Thanks again Toby, short and sweet, everything I needed to know. Nice yacht!
Bastien Koert (2 months ago)
That boat is truly magnificent!
Wade Brown (2 months ago)
Be lucky if they sell one ! Its gorgeous but time has passed it by. Old school no , Ancient school
Two Feet (2 months ago)
Oh dear, you don't know what a galleon is. ok, go and read up on it a bit and then get back to me.
Wade Brown (2 months ago)
Two Feet Cutty Sark was made of timber and the Endeavor etc etc etc Is it a modern day Spanish Galleon
Two Feet (2 months ago)
It's a brand new boat, made of timber but with modern engineering, so it's time is now.
Wade Brown (2 months ago)
Norman D Just remember Norman that you can have a lot of fun without being silly. Anyway good luck with your brand new relic.
Norman D (2 months ago)
That isn't a relic. It is new construction. Also, she'll go near, or better than, 20 knots upwind.
Lucky Goose (2 months ago)
Ya, Ill Tate a Amel 65 thank you.
Dan Wood (2 months ago)
Absolutely stunning.
dodgykernt (2 months ago)
thought it was me ol' mate beeson for a second there, what with the starting at the bow and rifling through the owners effects and such
Michael Myers (2 months ago)
Wonderful boat. I was lucky enough to sail many times with an early 46 (with the bend carbon mast). Great sailing, beautiful to handle - and fast. Almost all people thought, it was an old boat... Until we catched up speed. Glorious days!
Julio Peres (2 months ago)
A sculpture in the sea that neither Kapoor imagined
Zone Television (2 months ago)
God I love wood on boats. Just timeless really. That foredeck is just stunning. Thanks Toby 👍🌬⛵️
fuckinashol (2 months ago)
Is there something missing on deck?? I'm not sure...
CRS (2 months ago)
What do you say, gang; shall we pool our resources?
Robert Biuk-Aghai (2 months ago)
Beautiful but not entirely practical or safe. No stanchions and lifelines looks tidy but is grossly unsafe when at sea, and that mainsheet led through the cockpit table is just waiting to thrash the table in a blow.
Stephen M. Stouter (2 months ago)
They can fit the stanchions for going to sea, note the holes all around the gunwale to set them in. As for the mainsheet, it’s unusual but by no means impractical. As he said, the owner can and has raced it.
X V (2 months ago)
James Hart wow, someone’s quite cross!
Jerry Frost (2 months ago)
The stantions and lifelines are removable.
F.J. H. (2 months ago)
Yep . . . I noticed that right off, as well. That mainsheet😱 . . . who the hell thought of that? I'm wondering if they haven't fitted it out for sea as yet to show it off. Looks like a warm waters elegant cruiser to me . . .
GostaDK (2 months ago)
Wauw... What a beautiful boat!
James the sailor maaan (2 months ago)
Wow beautiful who else wanted to reach in the screen and put a coaster under that coffee cup? 🤔
Freddy Rassinger (2 months ago)
Gorgeous. Lovely to see an example of the best of British craftsmanship. Thanks
Keith Oxford (2 months ago)
What beautiful craftsmanship.

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