The 32,6m Baltic yacht Inukshuk was launched in 2013 as a lightweight, high performance sloop with a main purpose : fast, efficient and comfortable cruising. The telescopic keel enables the draft to vary from 3.35m to 4.85m without interfering with the interior layout. The carbon rig is supported by carbon fibre rigging - one of the high performance aspirations of this yacht.
The interior styling was done by designer Adam Lay, producing a very modern, elegant interior using oak as the primary wood. The owner-forward, crew-aft layout boasts a generous VIP cabin just forward of the mast alongside the quality owner cabin, study and generous en-suite. A spacious raised saloon, two guest cabins including a dedicated children’s cabin complete the guest arrangement. The commercial standard galley, twin-crew cabins and head make up the crew accommodation.