LADY THALIMA is the second of four yachts built on the Farr-Nauta 93â€™/95â€™ project. She combines the famous hull lines and the powerful sail plan of Farr Yacht Design, with the concept and the Italian style of Nauta Yacht Design and the handcraftsmanship of Southern Wind Shipyard.
She is fast and easy to sail with the minimum of crew, intuitively an ideal yacht for blue water
The 35,4 m mast, which features a total sail area of 443 sqm, was constructed by Southern
Spars (New Zeland) out of carbon fibre, which makes the rig light, yet stiff and reduces the
need for backstay, except in heavy weather.
Access aboard is via a retractable passerelle, conveniently recessed in the transom which
features a hydraulically operated swim platform, spot lit at night by underwater lights.
The flushdeck layout is both practical and safe, for easy access for the owner and guests.