New delivery of Hylas H46
For the folks who have just taken delivery of Hylas H46 hull 76 – SV Hylander, there may be a few more miles required to get them back to their homeland but their first offshore passage has been a huge success. As part of every Hylas build agreement there is the support of training and vessel familiarization under the watchful eye of a qualified Hylas skipper. Don and Diane, known amongst friends as the “D Macs”, chose to have Christian Pschorr, Hylas Program & Service Director, join them on passage for the training. All reports have been of an exhilarating and rapid run from Fort Lauderdale to Long Island Sound. As you would expect from a Hylas she performed well in the lively 10ft headseas and kept the pace up in the light stuff under the “flower of Scotland” colored spinnaker. Congratulations guys and Slàinte Mhath!
Hylas H57 Hull No.3, when the hull meets the deck!
The Hull to deck join is not just a vital part of the yacht construction process. This is also the moment that new owners are really able to see their dreams quite literally start to take shape. Exciting times for the couple who commissioned Hylas H57 Hull 3. The monthly video conferences with the yard and our US based service team will allow these owners to follow every step of the build. It won’t be long until this hull meets the water!
Hylas M44 Hull No.10 ready for shipping
The new Hylas M44 Power Yacht has been drawing a lot of attention since being introduced to the US. This latest yacht will be based in the Chesapeake with a plan to travel the east coast and Bahamas. A third order from the US is now in build and we continue to have steady demand from other markets.
Hylas H48 Hull No.3 in varnish stage