CTAS offers the best of both worlds. The 75m Mirabella V is also the biggest composite ship ever built and will be used as a charter vessel, operating mainly in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, when she enters service early next year. Dockside gossip has always criticised the Mirabella V: for having a mainsail that has to be lowered to clear the backstay and rehoisted, whenever she tacks; for always sailing with a reefed main; for having headsails that need to be furled to tack. - Richard Langdon We try to get it up on the proper side of the back stay, but very often we have to bring it back down, because the top moves in a different direction from the bottom. We�ve had people on the boat that want to sail 6/8 hours a day, they want to sail and they are extremely satisfied with what they do. I think the Maltese Falcon will have a little bit more heel angle, because I�ve seen photographs of her, with less wind. What about the stories of always sailing with reefed main? Dockside gossip has always criticised the Mirabella V: for having a mainsail that has to be lowered to clear the backstay and rehoisted, whenever she tacks; for always sailing with a reefed main; for having headsails that need to be furled to tack. That takes a minute, or two, or. Joe Victoria on yacht Mirabella V: Ex general director of Avis company, Joe Victoria, owns the world's largest single mast ship - Mirabella V. It's length - 74 m. The construction of 740-ton vessel was completed in 2004 at the shipyard, VT Shipbuilding (port of Southampton, UK). Pas twee dagen later kon de Mirabella V onder leiding van een team van verzekeringsexperts en met de hulp van enkele centimeters springtij uit zijn benarde positie worden bevrijd. View Joe Vittoria’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. I mean it often seems like there�s no wind on the water, but there�s enough up there to give her a push, so light air, they even enjoy it, they�ll sail maybe only doing 8, 10,12 knots, but it�s a lot faster than they�ve gone in a sail boat before. At this point, if you want a big sail boat, with a big mast, you�re not going to solve that problem. Her famous initial owner, Joe Vittoria sold her to the current owner mid last year. A few on here were invited on-board by Joe Vittoria when she was Mirabella V, the world's largest single masted sailing yacht, seems she has a 3meters extension at the stern. Toegesnelde werkschepen slaagden er aanvankelijk niet in de 740 ton zware sloep vlot te trekken. She is the biggest yacht in the world with the tallest mast at 300ft... Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images De Mirabella V, het 75 meter lange superjacht van eigenaar Joe Vittoria, liep op 16 september jl. I think you have to start with the fact that there is a level of comfort that is beyond what they are used to in a sail boat, though not, maybe, what they are used to in a power boat. We are now converting it , same winch and everything else, but we are converting it to a single lift halyard, we don�t need a downhaul coz it hauls really well on its own, due to the weight of top quarter. De Mirabella V, het 75 meter lange superjacht van eigenaar Joe Vittoria, liep op 16 september jl. You know we need to have three head sails, because of MCA requirements on the amount of sail we can carry in given winds. Bedankt voor uw aanmelding. ajax news photos - (pmo-1) 13th april 2004 - first sail - the world's largest single masted sailing yacht, mirabella v - built by vosper thornycroft for american joe vittoria - gets her sails up for the first time south of the isle of wight. How slow? Maybe a third of our charters are dedicated sailors and half of those are strong sailors. Joseph V. Vittoria (born 1935) was the Chairman and CEO of Avis.. Mirabella V with owner Joe Vittoria. Apr 15, 2013 - Joe Vittoria's Mirabella V - largest single-masted sailboat in the world Toegesnelde werkschepen slaagden er aanvankelijk niet in de 740 ton zware sloep vlot te trekken. Photo by VT Shipbuilding. In fact, J-class tactician James Scott-Anderson said, after helming her, that, if problems had not prevented her using her large genoa, he believed she would have topped 20 knots and gone away from the big clipper. Mirabella V is also the biggest composite ship ever built and will be used as a charter vessel, operating mainly in the Mediterranean and Caribbean, when she enters service early next year. Elke maand een tijdschrift in printversie en digitaal. Slow and ungainly she is not; that was proved by her ability to stay with the Maltese Falcon, which is longer and has more sail area. Owned by US businessman Joe Vittoria, Mirabella V was named I said to them �Why are you so concerned about, basically, a race between gentlemen?� To which they said �that�s worse�. Vittoria served as the Chairman and CEO of … That�s because of wind strength, but the reefed main is the basic sail plan of the boat and I wanted it oversized. When we tack you�ll see, we have to roll up the head sail to get it around, unless we�re using the stay sail, but we roll that anyway to save the sail being beaten to death. Mirabella V was built as part of a fleet of super-yachts initially owned by former Chairman and CEO of the Avis car rental company, Joe Vittoria, and used for luxury private charters.All the Mirabellas, including Mirabella V, were subsequently sold and are now owned and operated by others, the Vittoria family has no connection with them any longer. There are a lot of factors, but if I can get just a few people to think about trying sail I will have achieved my objective. Aanmelden is mislukt. Otherwise we�d be out of sailing too quickly, the stay sail gives us the ability to come down in sail area, so we can sail in heavier winds. Zeilblog Black Moon – Langs de Afrikaanse kust, Eerste generatie buiten spel in de Vendée Globe, High-tech racemonsters America’s Cup voor het eerst in actie, Bedrijf in elektrische voortstuwing ‘De Stille Boot’ tot grond toe afgebrand, Ontdek nieuwe kusten What I wanted was to create a sail boat that could compete with the power boats for comfort. He graduated from Yale University with a BS in civil engineering and an MBA from Columbia Business School. American billionaire Joe Vittoria and his wife Luciana proudly show the surroundings of their new yacht Mirabella V in Portsmouth. The height of the mast you can�t change, so that had to be thought out very carefully, but the real issue here is that you can be here today and see this boat sailing and you can still go back and say �Yeah, but it took a long time to get it going, but you know it�s a big boat.�. Word abonnee. Photo by VT Halmatic. People are totally enthusiastic when there�s no wind. U ontvangt binnenkort het laatste zeilnieuws. Perini has done his share to change this and, certainly, over the years pushed people. So we�ll put the main up for the photographs, but for us to be able to go out there and ease the tacking situation, its better to keep it reefed, because otherwise we have to dip it. He also explains his sailing beginnings and future plans. View Joe Vittoria's business profile as Partner, ACA & Chief Executive Officer, Mirabella at ACA Compliance Group Holdings LLC. How long to tack in, say, 15 knots of wind? The couple brought the boat to Greenwich Harbor on Monday, May 3, 2010. This is an �our kind of wind� day and, when we go out I�m not sure what the captain�s going to do, but my guess is that until we get into the video session, with the helicopter, we will probably keep the main reefed and we do that because the rig was designed to be reefed in the Caribbean and for full use in the Mediterranean. The 30million vessel will be launched in July, and it could be all yours for 250,000... Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images Joe Vittoria was clearly a happy man as talked to TV crews, before showing his much heralded superyacht Mirabella V to the yachting press. Owned by US businessman Joe Vittoria, Mirabella V was named by his wife Luciana and will now complete fitting out before she starts sea trials. No, not at all, but I think people like Lipton did some wonderful things. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Joe… So do you see yourself as a Thomas Lipton? I was here in late May and we had several days out there when we touched 17 1/2 and it was heeling � if I remember correctly, the indicator maybe wasn�t quite correct � but I think we were heeling somewhere about 15 degrees. She makes her own sea, her own wind, she takes a while to get going, but once she�s going she goes. It also reduces the twist and when you have a mast of this height twist is a problem. Mirabella on the rocks ----- Mirabella V, Joe Vittoria's 246ft Ron Holland-designed yacht launched earlier this year is in trouble on the French Riviera. "Mirabella V" | 2004/14/20 | Discussion in ' General Sailing Discussion ' started by Yacht News , Mar 29, 2012 . Some of the racing people obviously take bigger risks, I�m not even insured to race, so this is not a race today, it is just a friendly sail with another big boat out there. You may ask, why do you have to listen to all these rules, you�re the owner of the boat you do what you want. Do you just go out and keep building the same old boats all the time, I mean what would we do without Tom Perkins. The much-heralded super sloop, built by Vosper Thornycroft at Southampton, UK, put out an emergency call at 1200 local today requesting assistance from other vessels in the St Jean Cap Ferrat area. It�s all done by the helmsman, other than the fact that the wheel feeds information to the computer, which turns the rudder. "Mirabella V" was designed by New Zealander yacht designer Ron Holland. I�ll explain, when I started buying Camper and Nicholson boats in 1971, I was the first one to say to C&N �I want the mast higher and a bigger sail. You build a 292 foot mast and you�ve got to learn a lot of things about sailing, so you might sense a little frustration on my part, but what do people want you to do. Is she sailed by a helmsman, or a computer? Maybe we did go a bit too far in some things, but we tried things we knew we could change. Zeilen is hét platform voor zeilers, door zeilers. To my knowledge, no other sailboat delivers this combination and in addition has a spacious sky deck for lounging, participating in the helming or seating 18 to 20 for a barbecue lunch or starlit dinner followed by a surround-sound widescreen film. So, talking to Ron on this one, I said �I want to put a bigger rig on this one as well, because that way, when its 10 knots of breeze in the Mediterranean, we can sail .... and we can. Photos here So, there�s no feel on the wheel, the wheel is absolutely free if you know what I mean. This boat, at least in light breezes - let say 10 knots, or so, will get up to the wind speed. That�s a difficult question to answer, because I don�t think we�ve got that good at it yet and I explained to you a bit about the problem we had with the halyard which made the dipping of it a little more difficult The objective is that we should be able to get it down to between 8 and 10 minutes, but it takes a while. In fact, you have three rudder indicators; the wheel indicator and the two rudders so you notice, when you turn the wheel, that the wheel indicator moves very quickly then, instantaneously, the others follow; that�s the computer driven part of it. So do people charter this boat for the sailing, or the comfort? We don�t take water on the deck and I don�t know if she ever will, because the computers are programmed to release the sheets at 20�. Managers retain full ownership and branding of the AIFM, whilst at the same time benefiting from the reduced workload associated with the outsourced solution of a hosted AIFM," explains Joe Vittoria (pictured), Chief Executive Officer, Mirabella. MIRABELLA V Description : Mirabella V est l'un des voiliers de la flotte de super-yacht propriété de l'ancien PDG de la société de location de véhicules Avis, Joe Vittoria qui le loue pour des croisières privées de luxe. with the motor boats and motor yachts are getting so much bigger. 15 mai 2016 - Sailing Yacht - Mirabella V, worth $50 million This is not because MCA is concerned for the boat, they are satisfied that DNV has approved everything - Germanischer LLoyd for the rig - but they are concerned about a 48 foot deck getting too steep and people hurting themselves. I think that 30 metres is the definition of a superyacht so I guess its difficult to change that but, certainly, 30 metres is a pretty small boat by what�s going on out there. Mr Vittoria was expected to take Mirabella to Naples - the home town of his wife Luciana. You will see today yourself, if there is the 25 knot wind we�ve been told there might be, it will probably heel somewhere in that 15� area and that�s enough for most people. aan de grond nabij La Ciotat, aan de Franse Riviera. I think that 30 metres is the definition of a superyacht so I guess its difficult to change that but, certainly, 30 metres is a pretty small boat by what�s going on out there. Probeer het nog eens. We have no push buttons for tacking or anything like that . Download this stock image: Vittoria Mirabella V construction - G66BPR from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors. Mirabella V was due to take to the waves on Saturday, but bad weather delayed the trip. Find contact's … I�m a sailor, I don�t mean I�m a great sailor, but I�ve sailed all my life and my boats have all been designed where there�s nothing automated about the sailing process. Mirabella V peut être loué en charter à partir de 375 000 dollars la … There are a lot of factors, but if I can get just a few people to think about trying sail I will have achieved my objective. Let�s face it they didn�t have the materials that we have to work with today. Join Facebook to connect with Joe Mirabella and others you may know. three, depending on the sail and then, when we come into the tack, we come into the wind, we have to drop the mainsail down, to first reef level to get it through the back stays and then back up again, so it�s a slow process. Vittoria was born in Long Island, New York in 1935. Profile of Mirabella V from above. So it�s not just there so we look like an America�s Cup yacht, or something. You�ll see when we lift the sail, we get, basically, what I call it wind shear ; its different up there from how it is down here. ‘After seven wonderful years creating Mirabella V and six exciting years sailing in her, it was time to move on,’ said Joe Vittoria, when she was sold to a private owner in June 2011. She is currently in Falmouth for refit to have somethings changed for her new owner's needs. So, it�s these kind of things that I think has caused people to criticise; I�ve read sailing aficionados say it�s not a step ahead, its two steps ahead and we maybe went one too far. Even my other boats - I don�t know if you are aware that I have two 40 metre boats - were sort of envelope breaking at the time, but I learned very quickly � as I moved into the 90s � that you need something quite a bit bigger to actually compete. aan de grond nabij La Ciotat, aan de Franse Riviera.Het anker van ’s werelds grootste sloep getuigde boot krabde in 25-30 knopen wind en Mirabella V werd op de rotsen gezet. Joe Vittoria talks about some of the material problems that had to be solved in the building of the Mirabella V and tells the story of the man behind the concept of the world’s largest sloop. The answer is my insurance company. Yacht News , Mar 29, 2012 Photo by VT Shipbuilding. Het anker van ’s werelds grootste sloep getuigde boot krabde in 25-30 knopen wind en Mirabella V werd op de rotsen gezet. T. he word in the C�te d�Azur bars has been that she is slow, ungainly and, generally speaking, not a good sailing boat. I want more rig on it, because I�m taking the boat to the Mediterranean, but you build all your boats for the winds and the seas you know around here.� So all my boats and I bought 11 or 12 of them over the following ten years - 30 footers, Ron Holland � tonne, 48 footers, 40 footers - I put a bigger rig on everyone of them. Yacht Mirabella V, owner Joe Vittoria. So, it really is people handling the boat. Mirabella V achieves all that I asked for: she is fast and yet provides all the comforts of a motor yacht without the noise and fuel consumption. Joe Vittoria talks about some of the material problems that had to be solved in the building of the Mirabella V and tells the story of the man behind the concept of the world�s largest sloop. The superyacht was handed over by shipbuilders VT - formerly known as Vosper Thornycroft - to its US owner Joe Vittoria earlier this month. So we asked owner, Joe Vittoria �Why, so much criticsm?�, Raising the main is taking longer than usual because we are using a temporary system. Huge collection, amazing choice, 100+ million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. In 2001, in their most ambitious diversification project, VT started work on the US $ 55million superyacht Mirabella V for former Avis Car Hire boss Joe Vittoria. (c)ya_mirabella v_41404_6_2. He also explains his sailing beginnings and future plans. ‘She is in good hands which was very important for us.’ Mirabella V has now been renamed M5. Find the perfect mirabella v stock photo. The word in the C�te d�Azur bars has been that she is slow, ungainly and, generally speaking, not a good sailing boat. No need to register, buy now! Because I wanted to make the boat as good a sailor as possible, for me, and it does well and part of it was to create that shape of mainsail. Het hydraulische liftmechanisme van de 150 ton tellende kiel faalde bovendien en de kielbulb kwam knel te zitten tussen de rotsen. Bestel de nieuwste Zeilen Het jacht is op eigen kracht naar de haven van La Ciotat gevaren, waar de schade aan kiel en roer wordt onderzocht. It frustrates me that so many people go out and buy power boats and don�t even look at large sail boats. |Vosper Thornycroft | 78M | "M5" ex. We tried to be too aggressive in some of the things we did on this boat and one of them was to have a sophisticated up and down single halyard that was a loop and it didn�t work, due to the pressures you have to put on a loop to keep the tension on a winch. I don�t know for sure what you call them, they remove the top royals, the top gallants, they�ll reduce that down, because she tends to heel over quite a bit. In a nicely paced presentation, at VT Shipbuilders Portsmouth HQ, he was accompanied by designer Ron Holland and VT Shipbuilders MD Peter McIntosh as they outlined some details about the successful though slightly delayed project. Possessing the world’s tallest carbon-fibre masts, the modern, clean line of this super yacht remains the same from stem to stern. View the profiles of people named Joe Mirabella. Then you get days like this, when the good sailors live every minute of it. The 75 metre giant yacht Mirabella V sits in the construction shed at the Vosper Thornycroft yard in Southampton. with the motor boats and motor yachts are getting so much bigger. Early life and career. The 295-foot hollow carbon epoxy mast will support some 9,842 square feet of sail, making it the world s tallest yacht mast. Joe has 5 jobs listed on their profile. 2005. She�s a little bit tender I think. Even the one who, recently, sailed here in the Mediterranean, extensively, but never had much more than 13 knots of wind. Dagelijks online met het laatste zeilnieuws. Apr 23, 2013 - As the world’s largest sloop as well as being one of the most advanced sailing superyachts afloat, it’s hard for owner Joe Vittoria to not let it go to his head. The Mirabella 5, the largest sloop in the world, is owned by Joseph and Luciana Vittoria, former residents of Greenwich. Built as Mirabella V for Joe Vittoria the worlds largest slooped rigged superyacht was sold recently to an owner who has renamed her M5. Ownership. As I understand it, from the sail maker and from Ron, by creating that roached sail you create a better slot and give it more lift. My objective was not to have the tallest mast around; Mirabella V is a sloop because I happen to like sloops. Her name is now "M5", you might have known her as the "Mirabella V" when she was built. There are a lot of MCA requirements, like maximum wind speeds for each sail, for a given area of sail. Joe Vittoria aboard his superyacht 'Mirabella V', the largest single masted yacht in the world (75m long, weighing 750 tonnes), built in 2003 by Vosper Thornycroft, ^^^a leading expert in the field of specialised composite construction. The handling of the sails is done by hydraulics, but it�s done with toggles, so the computer is involved in that, because we are required by MCA to release the sheets at 20 � heel.