We don’t only see power-driven megayachts, we also see splendid sailing yachts: we don’t miss anything while pursuing our goals, and certainly couldn’t miss out on this majestic Sangermani photographed at the Nuova Darsena in Genova. This is the Kim of Lahore, a project by the famous American studio, Sparkman & Stephens launched in 1993.
It has a classic antique style, with a modern interpretation: the hull is made up of cedar, epoxy resin and GPR, the deck is made completely in teak. Kim of Lahore is 25 meters long, a little over 6 meters wide and a displacement of 54 tonnes.
Obviously the look is all Sangermani: flush deck, slender bow, white hull with the unmistakable trademark yellow stripe. A yacht which cannot be missed when in harbour.
Technical Schematics for Kim of Lahore
Displacement: 54 tonnes
Construction material: cedare, epoxy, GPR, teak
Engine: 1 Caterpillar 3208TA23 May 2016