Measuring 101 feet, Victoriano is the second of three yachts based on a newly designed hull form (the first, Sassy, was launched last year). She features traditional raised pilothouse styling, a four-stateroom/six-crew arrangement, and contemporary decor. Victoriano has more of a Euro flare and is the second Hargrave in this size range with an on-deck master stateroom—a feature more commonly found on larger boats. Sassy is rather angular, while Victoriano has softly curved window lines. Euro influence, perhaps, but to my eye she is an American design free of the unnecessary winglets, arches, and clutter that typically pass quickly in and out of fashion. The third yacht in this series, Donna Marie, will blend styling elements of the first two boats and feature a country kitchen arrangement on the main deck. An experienced eye will appreciate that all three boats are distinct, yet share common Hargrave DNA. Joyce once worked for the designer and views his stewardship of the Hargrave brand in a historic perspective. "Jack shaped the modern American motoryacht; I think he would be very pleased with our efforts," said Joyce.