ADJUTOR was the Patron Saint of Yachtsmen, an apt name for this well proven performance world cruising yacht. In her design and construction, all efforts were put forward to enhance the yacht’s comfort, performance and ease of handling. In this context, it is important to note that performance means not only pure speed, but the ease with which a yacht maintains that speed and particularly, the comfort aboard when voyaging. A tremendous amount of effort was expended in the design and construction of ADJUTOR in sound attenuation, not only keeping machinery sounds to a minimum, but even to the extent of reducing wave slap at anchor. Her hull shape minimizes the slamming that occurs all too frequently when driving a flat hulled racer upwind in a seaway. Even her furniture was custom designed to live comfortably at any attitude of heel when underway. Indeed, this is a design that was created for living comfortably in the offshore environment. She also lives comfortably – and turns heads with her remarkably attractive profile – in every port of call.
26 Aug 2016