The Perfect Harmony Between Speed And Luxury.

“The Perfect Harmony Between Speed and Luxury.”
She has been designed to perform at top level in the main offshore races of the circuit, Sidney-Hobart, Rolex Middle sea Race and also being able to impress in coastal races in locations like St Tropez or Porto Cervo.

The exterior lines feature a low and elegant profile with a modern color combination. A streamlined flush deck that finishes in a very big and spacious aft cockpit to allow easy handling during maneuvers. The saloon is covered by a smoked curved glass structure to allow a 360 degrees ofnatural light in the interior while keeping the flow of the design from an outside view.The interior layout has been kept simple with big open spaces. The carbon fiber steps from the stairslead to aimpressivelywide saloon with a stylish dining table and many sofa sittings. The mast, iscovered with an aestetic case which has been integrated with a flat screen display to show sailing data.

Port side of the mast there is an open kitchen and starboard the navigation station with state of the art technology. Forward is the full beam master cabin of the owner that features a big island double bed and a wellsized desk all together with an ensuite bathroom. Aft of the saloon there are two double cabins with bunk beds to host the crew or guest.

In the bow there is also a veryspacious sail locker with entrance through the hatch, where additionalbunk beds can also be installed.In terms of style, it has been picked to look very modern and elegant, white and black glossy panelscover the drawers and kitchen counters all together with brushed metal and carbon details to keepthe racing and fast feeling soul of the boat.The hull has been drawn with the idea to perform in open wind angles and offshore conditions.Powerfull lines bring the volume as far back as posible with the max beam aft. This will allow a bigstability increase when planing during downwind.With a carbon fiber sandwich hull and deck.

It has been structurally designed with the aim to reduceweight in every possible area of the boat. The inverted sheerline at thebow and the chines that run all the way through the yacht lenght act as natural stiffeners and allows to put aside any additionallongitudinal beams. The 35 meters tall mast holds a vast square top main sail with a total of 390 square meters upwind.Alsowith the structural built bowsprit allows to hoist large downwind sails making it easy to surfdown the wave faces. The big righting moment needed to support this sail plan has ben solved with the use of a 4.5meter deep canting keel and a 7 tonne bulb. With a range of movement of +-35º the boat is able tosail with the heeling angle desired in any condition. A 3-tankswater ballast with a total of 2 tonnescapacity each side of the yacht helps also with the heeling and trim.

However, the most innovative element of this yacht and what draws the biggest attention is thefuturistic C-shapeboard that sits front of the mast, completely hidden inside the hull. The aim of thiselement is to substitute the traditional twin dagger boards needed in canting keelyachts.

The CSelect an area to comment on board swings from tack to tack sliding through a carbon fiber case installed over the saloon. It can becompletely hidden when needed or deployed each depending on the conditions.In terms of performance, the asymetric section of the board allows a negative leeway, whichtranslates to the boat sailing at a closer angle than what it is pointing. When fully deployed and atcertain speeds it will also start to create a certain lift and help reducing the drag.


Technical Data

LOA 23.92 m/ 78 ft
Beam 6,59 m
Draft 5 m
Structure Carbon Fiber
Propulsion Steyr Motors 150 hp
Ballast Bulb 9 t
Upwind Sail Area 393 sqm
Downwind Sail Area 707 sqm
Fresh Water Tanks 600 l
Cabins 3
Displacement 22.07 t
Fuel Capacity 800 l