Dutch yacht builder Royal Huisman unveiled WING 100  - an innovative 100m sailing yacht with a wing mast.

Alongside Royal Huisman as an experienced yacht builder, Dykstra Naval Architects and Mark Whiteley are also onboard. Both have worked on successful projects with the shipyard. The full-aluminum vessel reaches a top speed of 24+ knots. The unstayed rotating wing mast has carbon furling booms.

The shipyard marks that WING 100 is not a sail-assisted motor yacht but an actual sailing yacht.

Ample tender storage is forward under the deck.

With a green energy system into the future

It is not just the pure size that makes it impressive. The electric propulsion can be adaptable to new files or hydrogen fuel cells. Furthermore, to charge the batteries, WING 100 has a hydro generator with 200 kW that can save 40,000 liters of fuel per year, 480 square meters of solar panels on both masts, and intelligent power management.

Wing 100 Sailing Yacht Royal Huisman

Comparison with earlier and current projects by Royal Huisman

Interior of WING 100

WING 100 accommodates twelve guests + a nanny or teacher, and a crew of 16 people. Most cabins are located on the lower deck. The owner’s full-beam suite is aft and includes an office, salon, private gym, and spa. Six guest cabins are amidships with two double cabins, three twin-bed cabins one VIP cabin. The crew area with mess is forward; two more crew cabins are on the main deck.

General Arrangement of WING 100

Wing 100 Sailing Yacht Royal Huisman