Whether you seek a day boat, a weekender or a superyacht tender, the SR52 Blackbird offers the ultimate in speed, style and comfort. The flagship of Windy’s custom-built Yacht Projects fleet, the stunning design by superyacht legend Ed Dubois turns heads wherever it goes yet also features a hull that delivers a dry and stable ride, even at its top speed of 46 knots.
The quality is exceptional with a custom lacquered hull finish, and everywhere the typical Windy attention to detail. Combining the exceptional design flair of Dubois with the superb build-quality, production capability and performance of the Windy brand, the SR52 delivers guests ashore in unprecedented style, speed and comfort. A unique and adaptable craft, she also appeals to customers looking for an elegant and uncompromising fast weekender or day boat.
DRAGON is a very special example of the SR52 and benefits from one of the most striking colour schemes and highest specifications ever delivered. The custom DRAGON wrap makes a real imapct, but can be easily removed if not required. She was built to the Vendors personal specification with no expense spared.
Berthon have now been involved in the build of five SR52 which have been used for many different applications. What sets her apart from the competition is her truly remarkable ability on the water. She should not be under estimated and must be experienced to truly understand her value.
We have greatly enjoyed DRAGON which is our third yacht from Windy Scandinavia. She has been used for day trips and the occasional longer adventure from Ibiza. Despite her hull length, she has still been fantastic for water sports and we have even used her for wake surfing and wake boarding. The Opacmare transformer is a great feature and turns the bathing platform into a mini beach club, which is ideal for swimming or launching the 2 x Seabobs which we are also including in the sale of the boat.
We have decided to sell DRAGON as we have had two great seasons on-board in Ibiza. We are spending more time visiting other locations, and haven’t used her as much as we would have liked in 2018.