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On board the award-winning Spirit 111 flagship sailing yacht Geist

BOAT International steps on board Geist , the flagship of British shipyard Spirit Yachts that combines classic beauty and green technology with beguiling grace...

When Spirit Yachts’ flagship grew from 27 to 34 metres overall before she had even left the drawing board, she was already destined for the record books. At this size she would be the largest wooden sloop-rigged yacht to be built in the UK since the famous J Class yacht Shamrock V back in 1930. Given her long, elegant lines and low freeboard, so typical of the J Class , it was an interesting comparison from the off. And there was more to come.

The decision to head from Spirit Yachts’ yard in Ipswich on the east coast of the UK to Gosport in the south for the sea trials, was intended to make it easier to get into open water. But it was also a move that provided another connection with Sir Thomas Lipton’s famous America’s Cup challenger. The Gosport base for the Spirit 111’s sea trials was the famous Camper & Nicholsons yard (now Endeavour Quay), where Shamrock and the three other British J Class yachts had been built in the 1930s.

Unlike the competitive Js, the Spirit 111, named Geist , has been designed for a more relaxed life – a cruiser with the ability to take part in the occasional regatta. And while she’s been built in a traditional material, her wood epoxy composite construction on a steel space frame takes advantage of the very latest materials and techniques.

From her carbon mast with its non-metallic rigging, to her advanced sail- handling systems, her classic looks conceal a very advanced technical specification. For example, a bank of four BMW lithium batteries and a 100kW Torqeedo propulsion system capable of regenerating power once under way lie at the heart of her operational hardware.

Another significant difference is in the intended make-up of her crew. Here, the biggest clue as to how she has been designed to be operated can be found in her layout below decks.  Aside from being beautiful, it offers an owner’s cabin and three guest doubles – far fewer than you might expect of a boat this size. Furthermore, there is no skipper or crew accommodation: this is clearly an owner/driver superyacht.

Wherever you look, the Spirit 111 is a fascinating boat and when you talk to her creators, (“builders” seems so inappropriate for something so artful and innovative) it becomes clear that the project was a voyage of discovery for them at times too.

“In the early stages we built a model and presented it to the owner who said, ‘No, it looks a bit dumpy. Can’t we pull out the bow and stern?’” explains Spirit Yachts’ managing director Nigel Stuart.

“So the boat grew, but not the freeboard – but this was just the start. As you’d expect in the accommodation, the Sipo mahogany walls were drawn to sit vertically but they ended up raked, sweeping around the accommodation with a crease. There are no door handles and American walnut was used around corners in ways you simply wouldn’t expect and many believed couldn’t be done. The saloon table has 64 individually made legs, while the seating that wraps around it took a dedicated team 2,000 working hours to build. ‘Organic’ was a word that was used endlessly throughout the project.”

Designed by Rhoades Young and Spirit Yachts, her interior is extraordinary. “The client had recently visited Antelope Canyon in Arizona and this was the catalyst for the idea of the warm, soft flowing walls creating unique focal points within the room,” says Rhoades Young partner Jonathan Rhoades. Based on a set of linked circles which sweep around in an S-shape, the bulk of the accommodation is set amidships. The saloon, galley and navigation area is one open, circular area, lit from overhead by Spirit’s trademark fan windows in the deck.

From cooker to chart plotter, every item of equipment can be hidden behind slick fitted panels where the grain provides seamless continuity. Combined with vellum panels and an ingenious lighting system that not only switches on and off automatically but also balances itself against the ambient light, the overall appearance is striking.

Devoid of any decoration or soft furnishings, it looks a little stark at first, but this is an interior to savour. Like walking into a gallery at the Tate Modern, when you stop and look you start to get drawn into the light, the lines and the subtle range of colours that sweep through her interior. It’s an intoxicating experience.

It’s difficult to do the accommodation justice in a few words, other than to say that it has to be one of the most extraordinary yacht interiors I’ve ever seen. From the minute the electric motor propels you silently from the dock, through the effortless hoisting of the in-boom furling mainsail and the roller furling headsail, it is clear how much distance there is between the 111 and a J Class. The classic yachts of the 1930s require well in excess of 20 crew to race them – we cruise around the Solent with just five on board, and really only three are necessary to handle the boat.

On the helm she’s a very different boat to a J. She’s amazingly light, direct and beautifully balanced, steering herself upwind with ease. In 12 knots of true breeze we slice uphill at nine knots. Downwind she’s just as silky smooth and while she’s clearly a very large yacht, she’s also a proper sailing boat with all the feel you’d expect of something a third of her size.

I’m privileged to have taken the helm of both Shamrock V and Endeavour and while these were both very special moments, the fact remains that Geist has a much better feel on the wheel. And so she should.

Her fin and bulb keel along with the carbon spade rudder contrast starkly with the less- efficient rudder that was hung off the trailing edge of the keel on a J Class. At 65 tonnes fully laden she’s also less than half the weight of a J Class. While neither of these characteristics are that easy to see, they are good examples of 80 years of progress.

So, while the Spirit 111 was never envisaged as a modern-day J Class or engaging in the type of sailing that the Js became famous for, she does represent a similar approach: using modern materials and techniques to push the boundaries of design and technology, while at the same time delivering elegance that will turn heads, whatever the era.

The wood works

As a boat that glorifies wood – from her hull to her interior design – it was vital that the Spirit 111’s timber was ethically sourced to fit the yacht’s green ethos. For Douglas fir the yard went to Canada, which it knew had robust regulations. “Those forests have been commercially managed for over 100 years,” says Spirit Yachts’ managing director Nigel Stuart. “They plant two trees for one [felled] and they only harvest one per cent of the timber in Canada a year.”

Taking it a step further, the father of the yard’s timber dealer went to the forest to record “exactly where those trees were felled”. Sipo wood was sourced from Forest Stewardship Council-run forests in West Africa and the teak was also responsibly sourced – although since the project began four years ago, the yard’s view on teak in general has changed. 

“There have been certain cases highlighted [within yachting] where teak was bought with the best intentions, but was later found to have actually come from Burma – with all the implications that entails. So that’s why we said that we can’t trust the paperwork.” Instead, the yard now uses Lignia, an alternative from sustainably managed softwood plantations, treated to provide a durable timber that looks and feels just like teak.

But the careful sourcing of wood was only a fraction of the work. The timber is machined into planks before being air-dried for months (a low-energy method). At the yard it is sliced into the required thickness, mostly six millimetres for the interior, revealing the grain’s beautiful flames. “Then we store it on site to let it settle for two or three months,” says Stuart. “It has a tendency to relax when we treat it like this.”

Then the joiners get to work, using only hand tools. “I think we’ve probably got the finest joinery team in the world,” says Stuart. To give an idea of the skill required for this extraordinary interior, he points to the grain on a bathroom wall. It runs all the way from the ceiling, down the wall, undulating over the sink, and down to the floor – perpendicular all the way. This was installed in three separate sections with the grains perfectly matched. That means hundreds of pieces of wood, each referring to each other. Mess up one of the three sections and you start again from scratch.

So fine was the work, they spent eight months making eight doors with flared handholds. They even invented a new method of steam bending walnut wood, which is particularly rigid. The result, however, is one of the most impressive examples of woodwork afloat.

This feature is taken from the October 2020 issue of BOAT International. Get this magazine sent straight to your door, or subscribe and never miss an issue.

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Measuring 33.9m (111'3") sailing yacht SPIRIT 111 is striking performance vessel built by the UK shipyard Spirit Yachts and launched in 2019. Spirit 111 provides accommodation for up to eight guests.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF SPIRIT 111: ~Largest wooden sailing yacht since 1930s S/Y SHAMROCK ~Custom carbon rig for excellent performance ~Interiors from renowned Rhoades Young ~Innovative interior design ~Abundance of exterior sunbathing space ~Air conditioning ~Wi-fi

Above deck, there is a spacious cockpit designed with aft-facing sofas on either side of the stairway to the interior salon, and farther behind are two seating areas with each curve around a raised semi-circular dining table. The helm station is placed aft away from the social area. Sunbathing space can be found to the aft and along the foredeck and there are uninterrupted views of the surroundings.

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The lower deck contains a spacious circular lounge amidships that is lit by a skylight that at the same time ensures guest privacy. A sofa follows the curve of the forward wall while to port there is a spacious formal dining table. To the stern, there is a guest cabin with an en-suite bathroom, and two further guest cabins are placed forward, each containing a cocoon bed and an en-suite bathroom.

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“Build a work of art”. The brief from the owner of the Spirit 111 Geist had beauty and soul at its heart.

A completely custom project, the design of the yacht began with a collaboration between Spirit Yachts and Rhoades Young. Jonathan Rhoades commented, “The brief was a combination of his love for furniture and organic architecture. The client had recently visited Antelope Canyon in Arizona and this was the catalyst for the idea of the warm soft flowing walls creating unique focal points within the room.”

Spirit Designer Sean McMillan added, “There was to be no straight lines or objects that interrupted the ‘flow’ of the sweeping timber curves. Once the aesthetics were established, the primary design challenge was marrying the beauty of the interior with the operation of the yacht. After Rhoades Young had delivered the initial ‘S’ shaped concept for the interior, it was our task to bring the design to life and ensure it could be accomplished by the build team. The visual side of the brief made the importance of ‘hidden’ technical spaces even more acute given the amount of systems and engineering on such an advanced yacht. The curves of the interior not only had to look seamless, they also had to house the functional elements of the yacht and be accessible. Hidden recesses and sensors became integral for disguising storage and technical spaces (even door handles were replaced with secret hand-activated sensors to ensure the doors remained seamless panels). As well as looking like a “work of art”, the interior of the yacht also had to comply to RINA’s exacting classification requirements. This marriage of practicality, safety and beauty to deliver on the owner’s brief made the project a thrilling challenge.”

Geist’s owner added, “I have owned a Spirit 52 for ten years and during this time I have grown to implicitly trust and respect the team at Spirit Yachts. I knew they would listen to my ideas and I was confident they had the skills to execute the project. The result is Geist: a very special yacht, a dream come true. The aesthetics of the yacht, inside and out, were always of paramount importance. Closely followed by the aim of being as self-sufficient as possible and minimising the impact on the environment. In most larger yachts, space is gained at the cost of detaching yourself from nature. In Geist, I wanted beauty to take precedence over practicality.”

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The spirit 111 is an awesome retro classic sailing yacht with incredible interior design and state-of-the-art technology..

The Spirit 111 combines the grace of classic sailing yachts but with modern technologies like hybrid propulsion with a 100 kW electric engine by Torqeedo, supported by four 40 kWh BMW battery packs. The boat can run about 30 nautical miles with the electric drive. The electric motor also works as a hydrodynamic generator to regenerate the batteries while sailing. Furthermore, there are two 25 kW generators as a backup solution.

Nigel Stuart, Managing Director of Spirit Yachts comments:

“It is important to the owner that he can spend the majority of his time away from marinas enjoying sailing and anchoring in bays. Using electric propulsion to regenerate the batteries whilst sailing, the yacht will be able to operate for up to four days at anchor without having to plug into shore power or start the two onboard generators. When the yacht crosses the Atlantic, as long as there is adequate wind, she will not need to consume any fossil fuels.”

Sean McMillan – founder and head designer at Spirit Yachts, created the elegant exterior design of the sailing yacht.

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This kind of interior design is far away from this world and has been penned by Rhoades Young and the shipyard’s in-house team.

Rhoades Young partner Jonathan Rhoades commented:

“It was a joy to work with a client with an absolute passion for design. The brief was a combination of his love for furniture and organic architecture. The client had recently visited Antelope Canyon in Arizona and this was the catalyst for the idea of the warm soft flowing walls creating unique focal points within the room. Whilst appearing simple these twisting forms are co-ordinated perfectly with the beautiful skylights above creating a calm and tranquil ambiance. These elegant forms not only twist and peel to create counters but uniquely create the intimate backdrops for the highly detailed ‘steam pieces’ which blur the line between furniture and sculpture. It has been an absolute privilege to work on this project with the client and the craftsmen and women who created it.”

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The systems of the hotel functions are optimized for low energy consumption. The Webasto air conditioning and heating system have two eco modes (and a maximum as well). The system is efficient enough to run the air conditioning also in the tropical areas over the night. Hot water is stored in a high density insulated tank.

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Spirit 111 "Spirit" : Artful retro classic with a focus on sustainability

Sören Gehlhaus

 ·  01.08.2023

The heart-shaped transom of the positive stern shows what the fuselage is made of

The essence of sailing is the constant confrontation with the elements. However, the larger the yacht, the greater the separation from the water. The distance increases with the freeboard not only geometrically, but also mentally. This equation was not what the "Geist" owner had in mind: "You gain space at the price of distancing yourself from nature. But it was the proximity to the environment that attracted me to yachts. This realisation became a central point of my inspiration."

It is not surprising that these words come from the mouth of a sailor who previously enjoyed a Spirit 52 for ten years. "I have never regretted it, not for a day, and have had wonderful times on her with friends or exploring the unspoilt corners of the Mediterranean with my wife. I like her very much."

It should be flat, slim and elegant

We are talking about a boat that was skilfully crafted from wood. When he made a detour to Spirit in Ipswich on the North Sea to entrust his beloved 52 to the shipyard crew for overhaul work, the idea of a larger yacht had already matured. However, the man had no intention of immediately enlarging from 16 to 34 metres. An extremely fruitful exchange took place and they ended up with 90 feet. A model was produced and presented. Sean McMillan, Spirit founder and designer, remembers: "He said she had to be more elongated, with the same width and the lowest possible freeboard. Basically, he told me to make her as elegant as possible."

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The owner's specification thus represented an alternative to the idea of more cabins, and the "Geist" owner also enthuses: "The long overhangs and the low freeboard were decisive for me. I wanted a flush deck so that the elegant lines are not interrupted. She looks majestic on the water."

The best of two worlds

J-Class yachts rely on a similar elegance formula. McMillan worked with Sparkman & Stephens ten years ago on a new J-Class for a potential US customer. "The boats are beautiful, but weigh 170 tonnes and don't exceed 14 knots. I've never been interested in replicas. I design elegant, contemporary yachts that can be sailed as well as possible," the designer explains. Like all Spirit models, "Geist" relies on a modern underwater hull with a fixed T-keel and free-standing spade rudder. Other signets from Spirit's classic line can also be found: the heart-shaped stern ends in a sloping flat batten, the superstructure rises very flat and is crossed at the sides by portholes and at the top by semi-circular windows that open up like a fan.

A comparison with the 30 metre long "Gaia", Spirit's first foray into the supersailer segment, which was launched 13 years ago, comes to mind. But McMillan waves it away: "I started with a blank sheet of paper and worked according to the Pure Thought design process, where there are no compromises; I draw the way I think is right in terms of looks and performance. When it came to the 111, this approach and the 52 resonated as a reference."

Three-month design phase and keel laying

The Spirit CEO designed the 52 for himself 15 years ago. There was one important restriction to consider with the 111: "The headroom had to be two metres, as the owner is quite tall. So I curved the cross-section of the deck slightly." This is not a design feature that catches the eye of the observer. It's a different story with the deck moulding: "It's the most important line - it determines how the yacht looks. I can't remember how many times I drew it for 'Geist'." He still uses the same method today, sometimes with Straklatte. During the three-month design phase, McMillan barely came out from behind the drawing board and only had his designs translated into a 3D model by Geist's own engineering department once they had been approved by the owner.

The modern interpretation of classic lines rushes through the Solent at 12 knots

The wooden hull was then laid on the keel, always under the supervision of McMillan: "Someone has to oversee everything so that every little detail is perfect." The Spirit hulls are grown using a tried-and-tested process that is a mixture of moulding and moulded gluing. The 50 millimetre thick "Spirit" planking is made of Canadian Douglas fir, which is similar to pine wood. Cold-glued and using epoxy resin, four diagonal layers of khaya veneer wood, also known as African mahogany, were applied to the outer skin. The beautifully shaped wooden structure is crossed amidships by a steel frame, to which shrouds are attached on the deck side and the keel and mast are attached on the hull side.

Wood is the core of Spirit Yachts

Spirit Managing Director Nigel Stuart describes the wood procurement process: "We purchased all the material for the 111 directly from the source, had it sawn there and transported it in the longest possible lengths." The owner visited the shipyard regularly, and project manager Jens Cornelsen from Glückstadt also paid a visit to the Spirit halls about once a month on his behalf. "I enjoyed experiencing every phase of development. Wood is not only beautiful, it is also such a versatile building material. I got to know all the boat builders involved," says the owner.

The exchange became even more intense after Spirit had turned the hull and the interior was ready to be fitted out. One reason for this was the unusual source of inspiration: the curved canyons of Antelope Canyon, which the "Spirit" owner visited during a holiday in the US state of Arizona.

The classic "Geist" look with its penchant for overhangs only allows the living areas just over half of the overall length, which is fitting as the owner couple sails without a crew. British studio Rhoades Young Design translated the organic free forms of the canyons into a living environment below deck.

Rendezvous of the radii

The wooden boat builders purchased two sustainably reforested Sipo trees in West Africa for the entire interior. The mahogany-like wood is used for the walls and built-in furniture in the saloon, such as the kidney-shaped bench seat on the starboard side, which runs into the wall like a helix - while maintaining the grain pattern. The floor is made of teak, and apart from two transverse frames, none of the walls protrude upwards. Amidships is a semi-open seating area made of American walnut, classically moulded in 2000 man-hours using hot steam. The round glass table is fitted with a waisted foot ring made of 64 rods. The galley consists primarily of a coverable brass sink and an induction hob, which is ventilated through a window hatch. The worktop's sash moulding is a work of art in itself: The pleasing round profile winds in iridescent radii.

There are no cupboards, light switches or sockets, and thanks to the concealed handles, there are no (refrigerated) cupboards to be seen. The owner describes his aesthetic vision: "I don't want any clutter to distract from the beauty and warmth of the wood and the craftsmanship. The interior will evolve with the use of the yacht, but above all it will remain a clean space."

The owner's berth rests in a wooden cocoon.

The transition to the forward owner's area is seamless thanks to a wall that looks like a steel sculpture turned into wood by US sculptor Richard Serra and actually represents a bulkhead. The double bed, which is integrated into a hemisphere and creates a cocoon-like cosiness, inevitably catches the eye.

Lighting effects and staging of the light sources

A bedside table flows out of the walnut headboard - the open bar construction creates indirect lighting effects. "The beds and the bench seat in the saloon are inspired by the furniture we have at home," reveals the owner, who requested wooden washbasins and shower trays for the bathroom. A double cabin is situated diagonally aft to starboard, which, in contrast to the two aft VIP cabins, has an angular shower instead of a cylindrical one.

As there are no windows throughout the hull, the owner and shipyard spent a long time thinking about how natural light could warm up the interior and create an inviting atmosphere. The owner: "The spectrum of natural light balances out a reactive lighting system so that the interior always feels peaceful and is never punctuated by harsh light." Like the intensity of the LEDs, the opening of the doors is controlled by sensors.

"That kept us busy for a good five months," says Nigel Stuart about the unforeseen increase in complexity. If the power circuit is interrupted, the door latches are released.

In addition to shape and material, sustainability is the big issue

Environmental friendliness played a major role at an early stage. After some discussion, the decision was made in favour of the all-electric version - with maximum autonomy. The "Geist" owner explains his self-sufficient life on board: "I like to lie at anchor in a quiet bay, far away from crowded marinas. We want to generate the energy we need on a day's sailing."

The consumers are kitchen appliances, hot water, heating, air conditioning and the Torqeedo drive train with a 100-kilowatt motor. This becomes a power supplier via the propeller and under sail, as Nigel Stuart confirms: "The system is still under development, but at peak times we generated 6 kilowatts. From the Solent to the east coast, it was a constant 3 to 3.5 kilowatts with an average of 25 knots of wind and 12.5 knots of boat speed."

It is powered by four high-voltage batteries of 40 kilowatt hours each from BMW's i-series, which together account for a good tonne of the displacement of 58 tonnes. Weight is saved, however, in the hull insulation, for example, which is no longer required thanks to the positive properties of wood. Lewmar's new hydraulic system for the winches requires 90 per cent less oil and is correspondingly lighter.

The green thread continues to spin

The watermaker runs with energy recovery, while the refrigerator and freezer reduce consumption thanks to special insulation. The diesel generators operate at variable speeds and only start up when needed. At 80 per cent capacity, they charge the batteries in two hours or supply power directly to the electric drive.

What about the loss of speed when the propeller is unfolded under sail and harvesting energy? Spirit Managing Director Nigel Stuart waves this away: "This is only a fraction compared to the power of the sails, which is equivalent to around 150 kilowatts. We're talking about four percent drag, which would be compensated for by optimised sail trim."

The sail wardrobe consists of a furling main, jib, staysail, reacher and gennaker, each with an integrated furling system. Project manager Jens Cornelsen chose the British offshoot of the Italian OneSails Group because it has experience with Spirit yachts - and the 4T Forte laminate is recyclable, which has even been ISO-certified. Incidentally, the material is also being used on two boats during the Vendée Globe single-handed world regatta that is currently taking place.

Sculpture suitable for regattas

The owner also wants to take part in regattas and sail with few hands. Nigel Stuart reports on the transfer from Gosport to Ipswich: "My three fellow sailors had never been on board before - but we were able to sail off without a one-day briefing. The autopilot was off, of course. It was the best sailing day of my life."

Sean McMillan agrees: "'Geist' is very easy to sail. In many ways she's like a big dinghy. You only become aware of her dimensions when you have to manoeuvre. All the functions work at the push of a button, but you don't want to rush things with the high forces in the rig." As a designer and sailor, Spirit founder Sean McMillan was naturally very keen to tease out as much performance as possible: "In 12 knots of wind, we reached a maximum boat speed of 14 knots on the beam. In the right conditions, well over 20 knots is possible."

That leaves the decoding of the name, which correlates perfectly with the white sailing dress and the elegance of the hull. "I talked a lot about the name with my wife and the Spirit team. I wanted it to be simple and original. 'Geist' refers to my German origins and is a tribute to Spirit for building such a special yacht," explains the owner, who is spending his first "Geist" season in the Caribbean. Always close to the water.

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Few builders possess the power of seduction demonstrated by British wood epoxy experts Spirit Yachts. David Glenn reports


Spirit Yachts’s workforce with one of the laminated sapele frames of the Spirit 111. Photo: Emily Harris

Today, Ipswich-based Spirit Yachts is embarking on a new phase in its development, having recently launched a 111ft sailing yacht that exploits the benefits of electric propulsion, the latest high voltage lithium battery technology and smart control systems to reduce the need for fossil fuel power.

Like all Spirits, she was constructed in timber from sustainable sources and because of her light and easily driven hull she could potentially become one of the most efficient sailing yachts afloat. On the face of it she’s an eco-warrior’s dreamboat, which means she was scrutinised down to her last plank of Douglas fir before her launch last year. But more of her later.


A joiner marking out a below waterline area. Photo: Emily Harris

In spite of a full order book, Sean McMillan, founder of Spirit Yachts, whose distinctive design style and inherent skill as a woodworker are responsible for these luscious-looking yachts, is the first to admit that it hasn’t always been an easy ride: “It’s been a roller-coaster, but it’s also been a great experience,” he says.

McMillan’s passion for wooden boatbuilding, and dogged determination to retain a highly skilled workforce through thick and thin has put him and Spirit at the very forefront of modern wooden yacht building.

Raising the profile

Five years ago the Ipswich-based company was facing a tough market as the ripple effect of the 2008 financial crisis continued to hobble business. Refit came to the rescue, but only up to a point. “I knew that we could not afford to lose staff,” said Sean, who has always placed his boat builders at the heart of Spirit’s success.

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The directors also realised that running the company and designing the yachts (as well as not being able to resist some hands-on boat building), was too much for one man to handle. So they appointed Nigel Stuart as managing director. He came from Discovery Yachts and quickly raised Spirit Yachts’s profile.

Together with the Brexit effect and the consequent fall in sterling, making British products considerably more attractive, things began to look up. Today the company has an enviable, trend-bucking order book.

Fling in timber


The Spirit 52D Oui Fling racing in the Solent in July 2017. Photo: Emily Harris

After just a seven-month build period Spirit launched one of its more remarkable modern classics in the summer of 2017, the completely stripped out Spirit 52D for high profile, serial racing yacht owner Irvine Laidlaw, who was keen to add a modern classic to his fleet of Highland Flings. The D incidentally stands for ‘Distilled’.

On her first outing at the Panerai British Classic Week in Cowes, Oui Fling , surely the ultimate wolf in sheep’s clothing, dispatched the opposition in short order. Her victims included Sean McMillan (sailing his own Spirit 52, Flight of Ufford , which is anything but stripped out) who couldn’t quite catch Fling on handicap!

Laidlaw’s boat, which apparently touched 16 knots in the Solent, weighs just 6.8 tonnes – extraordinary for a wooden 52-footer – and is two tonnes lighter than Flight .

In addition to Oui Fling ’s exploits, the announcement of the 111ft sloop contract was a massive boost, in fact a potential game changer for Spirit. Sean McMillan believes she is the largest wooden yacht of her type built in Britain since the J Class Shamrock V was launched by Camper & Nicholsons in 1930.

The Spirit 111 is, of course, a largely wood epoxy build, but incorporating a high voltage lithium ion battery-powered electric propulsion system and smart electrical management. Together with an original interior by world renowned designers Rhoades Young, and the appointment of a specialist project manager in the form of the highly experienced German Jens Cornelsen, this yacht places the company firmly in the superyacht league.

Spirit Yachts put its toe in the water with larger yachts when the 100ft Gaia was launched in 2007, but there were issues, especially in race mode upwind, when her timber hull deflected marginally more than anticipated, making it difficult to keep rig loads stable. The structure was re-worked back in Ipswich and Gaia returned to the circuit in good shape.


100ft Gaia is soon to be eclipsed as the yard’s flagship. Photo: Carlo Borlenghi

Refreshingly, Sean McMillan is not afraid to admit that he and the company have had to learn lessons over the past 27 years. With limited scantling and engineering information available from classification societies for modern wood epoxy construction, Spirit has, at times, had to feel its way along the design route. Today, with what they call their ‘file of evidence’ containing historic calculations and structural data, they are con dent about tackling just about anything.

For the Spirit 111’s structural engineering, there was input from Sean McMillan, his experienced in-house naval architect Lawrence Peckham, composite structures expert Gary Scott-Jenner of Ipswich firm Synolo Design, and the classification society RINA.

Work involved 30 laminated sapele ring frames over which Douglas fir planking was laid and then finished with quadruple diagonal layers of 3mm mahogany veneer. There is some local reinforcement in carbon fibre and the entire structure will underwent epoxy saturation for structural integrity, impact resistance and longevity.


A rendering of the new Spirit 111, which will be the largest wooden yacht built in the UK since the J Class Shamrock V in 1930

The owner of the Spirit 111 had an unfortunate accident with his previous yacht, a Spirit 52, when he hit a rock at eight knots while sailing in the Baltic. The yacht took in no water but a number of ring frames were cracked, so she returned to Ipswich for repairs to include‘ sistering’ or doubling up the frames in question.

Demonstrating his faith in Spirit, while visiting their offices to check progress on the 52’s repairs, the owner caught a glimpse of a previous design Sean McMillan had been amending. Not long afterwards the deal for a boat that would be more than twice the size of the Spirit 52 was on the table.

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Spirit Yachts has received a new order for a 34m sailing yacht, the Spirit SY111 ’, from an overseas buyer. The sloop-rigged superyacht is set to be the largest build from Spirit Yachts to date, and sees the yard’s first partnership with yacht design agency Rhoades Young.

The Spirit 111’ is designed by Spirit Yachts CEO and head designer Sean McMillan, whilst Rhoades Young has created the interior design concept. The owner has appointed renowned superyacht project manager Jens Cornelsen, of Cornelsen & Partner, to liaise with Spirit Yachts throughout the project.

Sean McMillan comments, “We are delighted to be working with Rhoades Young on Spirit Yachts’ first collaboration with an external design agency. By maximising our combined expertise, we have created an aesthetically beautiful, lightweight yacht that will be easy to handle with minimal crew. The end result will be one of the largest, single-masted modern classic wooden yachts ever built in the UK.”

Rhoades Young director Jonathan Rhoades adds, “Spirit Yachts is renowned for its build quality and elegant design, and we are looking forward to working alongside Sean and his team on what is set to be a ground-breaking new project.”

Planned to launch in summer 2019, the Spirit 111’ will begin construction this April at Spirit Yachts’ waterside headquarters in Suffolk. Commissioned for an experienced yachtsman, who plans to attend the superyacht regattas in the Mediterranean, the Spirit 111’ will be set up for both cruising and racing with carbon spars, hydraulic winches and an extensive sail wardrobe.

The impressive new superyacht is set to be as eco-friendly as possible to enable the owner to spend sustainable periods of time onboard using minimal fuel. Innovative features include an electric drive system, supported by four lithium battery banks, which will power the yacht for modest distances or when manoeuvring. Under sail, the system will automatically regenerate the batteries, and with careful consumption the yacht will operate solely under battery power. For longer distance propulsion, the owner has the option of two back-up generators.

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  • Operations affected include airlines in the US and Europe, supermarkets, and some 911 lines.

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A mass IT outage has hit flights, banks, retailers, and media outlets around the world.

The issues appear to be linked to the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike .

Microsoft also acknowledged the issue in an X update early Friday, writing, "Our services are still seeing continuous improvements while we continue to take mitigation actions."

Here are some of the companies and operations affected.

Numerous airlines grounded flights early Friday morning, including the big three US carriers: United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and American Airlines. In statements, they all cited technology issues.

Delta and American had both canceled their ground stops by 7 a.m. ET.

A United spokesperson told Business Insider that it was holding all aircraft at their departure airports while it works to restore systems. "Flights already airborne are continuing to their destinations," they added.

American has blamed the issues on CrowdStrike, saying they were because of a "technical issue with Crowdstrike that is impacting multiple carriers," according to BBC News.

The budget airlines Frontier, Allegiant, and Spirit also issued ground stops which were later canceled.

Frontier's was issued on Thursday night. "Flight operations are currently being impacted by a major Microsoft technical outage," it said in a statement.

Spirit said it was unable to rebook affected customers because of the outage.

Disruption also extended to Europe. The continent's largest airline, Ryanair, advised passengers to arrive early as the outage caused "disruption across the network."

KLM also said it had to "largely suspend operations" as the outage made "flight handling impossible."

British Airways, Wizz Air, Turkish Airlines, Eurowings, Lufthansa, and Qantas were also among those who said they were affected.

According to a Facebook post from Alaska State Troopers , emergency lines in the state are also affected.

The post said: "Due to a nationwide technology-related outage, many 911 and non-emergency call centers are not working correctly across the State of Alaska."

"We appreciate your patience and will update you when we know more," the statement added.

The major UK airports Heathrow, Gatwick, and Luton have reported issues, with some warning of delays and disruption.

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An X post from Gatwick Express , a train service for the airport, said the company was unable to access driver diagrams at certain locations, "leading to potential short-notice cancelations, particularly on the Thameslink and Great Northern networks."

A spokesperson for Belfast International Airport confirmed to BI that whiteboards were being used to handwrite flight information before systems were later restored. Whiteboards were also used at Singapore Changi Airport.

Hospitals and doctors' surgeries

Several hospitals and doctors' practices appear to have been affected by the outage.

In the UK, the NHS' EMIS system, which doctors use to book appointments, view patient notes, order prescriptions, and make referrals, appears to be having issues .

A spokesperson for the NHS told BI in a statement: "The NHS is aware of a global IT outage and an issue with EMIS, an appointment and patient record system, which is causing disruption in the majority of GP practices."

They said that long-standing measures were in place to manage disruption and that there was no known impact on 999 or emergency services, so people should use these services as normal.

"Patients should attend appointments unless told otherwise and only contact their GP if it's urgent, and otherwise please use 111 online or call 111," they added.

Two German hospitals canceled elective operations scheduled for Friday, Reuters reported.

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Commuters in New York City and DC may also face delays Friday morning.

In an X post, the NYCT subway said: "Train arrival information is unavailable for A/B/C/D/E/F/G/J/M/N/Q/R/Z/Rockaway Park Shuttle/Franklin Av Shuttle due to a worldwide technical outage. Train service is unaffected."

The post said the tech outage also impacted Subway officials' ability to see train locations.


Sky News also appears to have been hit by the outage. The UK news channel has been showing archive footage and briefly displaying an error message.

The news site appears to be up and running at the time of writing.

London Stock Exchange

The London Stock Exchange's website was also experiencing issues.

"RNS news service is currently experiencing a third-party global technical issue, preventing news from being published on ," the company said in a statement.

"Technical teams are working to restore the service. Other services across the group, including London Stock Exchange, continue to operate as normal," it continued.

Retailers and fast-food giants

Bloomberg reported that McDonald's Japan suspended about a third of its stores in the country on Friday. The issue was with the stores' cash registers, the report said.

The grocery-store chain Woolworths told BI that some stores had "been impacted as a result of the global IT issue." All but six stores were open for business, but some had fewer functioning checkouts.

Delivery delays

FedEx and UPS are warning of delivery delays because of the outage.

In a statement on the company's website , FedEx said it was experiencing "substantial disruptions throughout our networks due to a global IT outage experienced by a third-party software vendor." The company said parcels due to be delivered on Friday might face delays.

A UPS spokesperson told BI that it continues to operate effectively but there may be some service delays due to third-party outage "impacting some UPS computer systems in the U.S. and Europe."

Some US state driver services are down

Drivers in some states are unable to access services because of the outage.

Georgia's Department of Driver Services posted on X that "due to the global Microsoft/Crowdstrike outage, DDS services are unavailable at this time."

Tennessee's Department of Safety and Homeland Security said some Driver Services Centers may not be able to process transactions, according to a post on X.

North Carolina's Department of Motor Vehicles driver license and plate agencies are also impacted and unable to assist customers, according to a CNN report.

Bloomberg reported that at the Ocean Park Marriott in Hong Kong, staff were using pen and paper to check guests in and said the outage was affecting their systems globally.

Marriott International later told CNN in a statement that "certain hotel systems" have been affected.

"We are actively working with our vendors to resolve issues that have impacted certain hotel systems," the company said in a statement to the publication. "We apologize for any inconvenience that guests may experience."

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