Our objective was to develop a new 40’ yacht incorporating the very latest innovations, whilst preserving the design flair of Javier Soto Acebal. This is how the Solaris 40 was born, with numerous evolutions that distinguish this new project, in both hull performance and comfort at sea. Starting with the hull, Solaris has chosen an extremely buoyant bow line, characterized by a subtle chine that ends at mid-hull.
The high buoyancy forward is balanced by the broad aft sections, which facilitate the twin rudders that ensure excellent directional stability. The broad cockpit is equipped with two full-width steering pedestals: this is a unique feature to helm with an unobstructed view forward, even with the sprayhood up. Forward of the pedestals, there are convenient steps up to the side decks. The lifelines are slightly angled from that position.
The interiors, designed in collaboration with architect Roséo, are available in two versions: 3 cabins and 2 bathrooms or 2 cabins and 2 bathrooms with a separate shower. The high-quality interior design is extremely refined, with 6 hull windows providing natural light. The layout is classic, with an L-shaped galley located to the left of the companionway.