Few shipyards possess the ability to create such captivating works as Spirit Yachts’ epoxy wood experts from the UK.
For over 25 years, Spirit Yachts has melted the hearts of yachtsmen with a range of advanced epoxy wood specials. At the time, the company had produced more than 60 yachts ranging in size from 37ft to 111ft and accumulated vast experience in building sophisticated epoxy wooden yachts, with very few companies in the world. gender is comparable. In short, it is a story about the craft of British marvels.
Now Ipswich-based Spirit Yachts is starting a new phase of development. They have just launched a 111ft long yacht using electric motor, the latest high voltage lithium battery technology and intelligent control system to reduce the need to use fossil fuels.
Like all Spirit boats, it is built from sustainable materials to have a light and easy-to-operate hull, likely to be one of the most efficient yachts in operation. Each of the Douglas fir wooden planks is carefully selected before launching last year, to become the dream yacht of an environmental lover.
McMillan’s passion for building wooden boats and his determination to maintain a skilled workforce put him and Spirit at the forefront of building modern wooden yachts.
Five years ago, the company faced a difficult situation when the market was affected by the 2008 financial crisis, Sean sought support from Refit.
The board of directors also realized that running the company and designing the yacht was overwhelming for a man. So they appointed Nigel Stuart as managing director. This man from Discovery Yachts quickly helped Spirit Yachts confirm his name.
Along with the Brexit effect and the falling sterling, British products have become more attractive. Now the company has a whole bunch of envious orders.
Fly high with wood
After just seven months, Spirit released one of the most notable modern classics, the Spirit 52D. Yacht owner Irvine Laidlaw has always wanted to add modern classic to the fleet of Highland Flings. Incidentally, the letter D stands for “Distilled”.