Available in Day, Weekend and Cabin versions, the Solenn 27 is a good blend of the Solenn 23 and the Solenn 32. Combining the hull of the 27 with the aft superstructure of the 32, the retro look created by its lines, her teak deck, king plank and varnished mahogany coaming catches the eye of enthusiasts. Nonetheless, this superb neoclassical day-boat designed by the architects Mortain and Mavrikios is fitted with the latest generation equipment. Simple and no less effective, its sail plan and design make it easy to sail alone. Its large cockpit makes it possible for five people to go sailing.
The Day version allows you to enjoy the large cockpit while benefiting from a small cabin with a double berth.
The Weekend version was developed for an owner wanting a modest cabin and a large cockpit for sailing with family and friends. Its rounded varnished mahogany roof makes it a real gem.
The Solenn 27 Cabin offers a larger cabin than its two-sister craft, making it easier to move around and to sleep in for trips lasting several days.
As with its cousin the Solenn 23, on the Weekend and Cabin versions, the owner has a choice of interior. The galley corner includes a sink and stove adequate for simple meals. There is plenty of storage space under the four bunks. All the fittings can be custom-made. Its size means it can be transported by road with a driving licence and a suitable vehicle.