The Vitters 28 meter ketch sailing yacht CARMELLA, listed for sale by Northrop & Johnson, was sold after 2258 days.
Built in aluminium by Vitters in 1999 after a design by Langan Design Partners and naval architecture by Sparkman & Stephens.
A single Caterpillar diesel engine allows a cruising speed of 9 knots with a maximum speed of 10 knots, giving her a cruising range of 2000 nautical miles under power. Her main and mizzen sails, and carbon fiber ketch rig offer a fast and easy-to-handle sailing experience.
Entering the pilothouse CARMELLA provides 360-degree visibility, making northern latitude sailing on cold days more comfortable. Her classic interior designed by Redman Whiteley Dixon can accommodate up to 6 guests in 3 cabins, consisting of ta full-beam master stateroom with an adjoining private master cockpit, a guest stateroom with an en-suite bathroom, and another guest stateroom with twin bunks and a spacious en-suite bathroom. For the crew, there are 2 berths in 1 cabin and a separate crew mess.
Her spacious full-beam main saloon has seating for up to 8 guests and offers a luxurious entertaining area with a modern galley. CARMELLA is a true modern classic, providing all of the conveniences one could ask for yet maintaining her gorgeous classic traditional styling.
CARMELLA was asking $1,495,000