96' Sloop "Symmetry"
Symmetry is the evolution of the Frers 93’ “Keturath”.
She took some 19 months to build at Yachting Development in New Zealand.
Her hull is longer overall than Keturah’s with a stern profile that is slightly more traditional, which meant the German Frers design office had to modify the lines of the forward sections. Most of her additional length is aft, permitting a graceful counter with a reverse transom.
The mast is taller than on Keturah and allows more sail area.
Symmetry’s lasting impression is one of elegance. She is beautifully executed for her intended purpose of world cruising.
The 96´sloop Symmetry, superbly designed and built, was honoured “Best Sail: 23-36 Metres” by the Superyacht Society International Design Awards during 2004.
This award celebrates the top builders and designers leaders in the yachting industry.
During the recently 2011 St. Barths Bucket Regatta, held between the 24th and 27th March, Symmetry finished at the top of the overall results with the third place and also succeed in her category, Les Gazelles, with the second place.
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