Cruising sailing yacht PILOT CUTTER 112
regatta6-cabinwith open transom

cruising sailing yacht
cruising sailing yacht
cruising sailing yacht
cruising sailing yacht
cruising sailing yacht
cruising sailing yacht
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Intended use
cruising, regatta
Number of cabins
Deck layout
with open transom
with bowsprit
Other characteristics
twin steering wheels
Overall length

34 m (111'06")


7.5 m (24'07")


4.5 m (14'09")


65 t, 70 t (71.65 us ton)

Motor power

296 ch (296 hp)

Fuel capacity

4,000 l (1,057 gal)

Fresh water capacity

2,000 l (528 gal)


Conceived with quality cruising in mind and making superb use of space and volume, the DYKSTRA 34m PILOT CUTTER will also make an excellent regatta yacht whether competing in the Mediterranean or the Caribbean. McConaghy in collaboration with Yachting Partners International (YPI) and Dykstra Naval Architects present this 112' (34m) Pilot Cutter superyacht. Head of YPI’s sailing yacht division, William Bishop, set the brief for this performance classic design recognizing that a gap in the market exists today for a genuine high performance classic cruiser. ​ “The yacht has a unique layout,” explains Will, “with four guest cabins, substantial lower and main salon coupled with a generously proportioned deck layout which you would typically only find on a modern performance yacht.” ​ Accommodating up to 8 guests, the cabin layout configures either as one double Master with three twins or a double Master with two doubles and one twin depending on the needs of the owner and their guests. ​ “The yacht also allows for up to five crew in three crew cabins,” says Will, “although it is perfectly possible to run her with four crew given the sail handling systems that will be present on board.”


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