The Solaris 40 was a brand new model in 2021 and she packs all the punch, looks and of course, comfort of her bigger sisters. The main idea behind the Solaris 40 was to incorporate the latest advances along with keeping the stylish Solaris lines – which Javier Soto Acebal has created throughout the whole Solaris fleet.
Her chine and full beam run all the way aft creating a powerful hull with an impressive level of form stability. This hull shape allows for twin rudders and therefore the helms are set well outboard giving a great view to the helmsman down the deck even with the sprayhood up. Forward of the helms, her cockpit is laid out intuitively, from convenient steps up on to the side decks, to the position of her winches – everything has been incredibly well thought through.
The sail plan also aligns with her big sisters, with self-tacking jib and conventional main. The track for the self-tacker is recessed below the deck and the main sheet runs back to a single point in the cockpit so no mainsheet track to stumble over in the cockpit. All control lines are led back to the cockpit under the deck to a bank of jammers on each side keeping things simple and leaving the decks clutter free.
Below decks, there are 2 layout options or either 3 or 2 cabins – both options come with 2 heads which is a nice luxury on a 40ft yacht. The layout is fairly standard with owner’s cabin forward with en-suite and either 1 or 2 cabins aft with day heads. The galley is an L shape to port allowing for a large saloon and chart table to starboard. A total of 6 port lights create a lot of natural light and of course, there is a good choice of interior finishes to suit your style.
This brand new design has proved incredibly popular with 5 yachts ordered off plan and the number keeps on growing.
|Draft:||2,40 m (option 2,00 m)|
|Displacement (light):||9,400 kg|
|Sail Area:||100 m2|
|Engine:||30 hp (option 50 alt. 60 hp)|
|Design:||Javier Soto Acebal|
|Interior design:||Roseo Design|
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