monohull / cruising / open transom / 7-cabin
50

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Characteristics

  • Number of hulls:

    monohull

  • Intended use:

    cruising

  • Deck layout:

    open transom

  • Below-deck configuration:

    7-cabin

  • Other characteristics:

    twin steering wheels

  • Length:

    15.4 m (50'06")

Description

After the success of the 48-footer, which was first introduced in 2006 and which is still a reference when it comes to design, performance and functionality to all owners, designers and engineers, Solaris renews the challenge in the 15-meter market with the ground-breaking new Solaris 50. With the new 50-foot yacht Solaris wants to continue the success of the Solaris 48. In the 8 years of market presence the 48 has conquered not only the European market but also found owners on all other continents. The goal is to combine new solutions with proven systems and implement these to the 50-foot model by building an evolutionary yacht with the most innovative standards for the next decade. With this new 50-foot yacht, under construction in Aquileia and ready to be launched in November 2014, we are convinced to have achieved all objectives because of the following reasons:1 After the 44, 58 and 72, the new 50’ represents the latest evolutionary step of the hull lines designed by Soto Acebal, where the balance of the hull is demonstrated by high performance and smooth sailing on the water;2 Functional and minimalistic distribution of deck gear - only 4 winches positioned by the wheels, to allow easy handling at the helm position, as well as the self-tacking jib, with recessed track;3 Completely foldaway sprayhood;4 integrated bowsprit to attach new generation sails such as gennaker and code 0;5 sail locker large enough to enable the option of a crew berth;6 guest head with separate shower cubicle and wet locker which drains into the shower bilge;7 aft cabin with twin standard size berths;