“What sets Gliders apart compared with travelling at speed in a conventional yacht,” Robert McCall, Glider Yachts CEO, said: “is that even in small waves the ride can be uncomfortable. Gliders, however, deliver a beautifully-smooth ride experience.”
Robert added: “From extensive sea-trials over the last year and a half, we’ve found Gliders reduce wave motions felt on board by up to 70% in comparison to conventional boats. This is a key selling point with our designs along with the speed our yachts can travel.”
Glider Yachts has plans for a full range of gliding yacht models with the SS18 and SL24 at the lower end and the superyacht sports range from 35m to 80m at the top end. It is proposed to start building these in 2019. Glider Yachts’ unique range of superyachts have been nine years in development, with meticulous planning, design and world-class British engineering using best practice and expertise from Formula One and the aerospace industry.
Potential investors should contact Rob@GliderYachts.com or call +44 (0)20 8133 0654.
Glider is a new British luxury yacht manufacturer, headquartered in London with build partners in Southampton, England. The company has a clear mission to become the world’s leading supplier of high performance, luxury sports yachts, and to deliver a more comfortable, cost-effective and ultimately more efficient and sustainable way of navigating the world’s oceans. See www.glideryachts.com.