Revolutionary when she first launched in 2015, the Solaris 50 was the start of a new era for Solaris and a first step into an revolutionary new design which can now been seen throughout the whole fleet of models. As with her modern sisters, she was carefully thought through under the wonderful design of Javier Soto Acebal – bringing together his South American flare and classic Italian style. She of course retains that true Solaris DNA with excellent sea keeping qualities, performance and ease of handling.
Below decks, once again they show fantastic innovation with a variety of layout options allowing a production yacht to be customised to suit your needs. A choice of interior finishes to meet your style whether that be a modern light oak or more traditional teak. Of course, you can choose a traditional layout of 3 cabins and 2 heads with the owner’s large en-suite cabin forward. Alternatively, you can add a 3rd heads and make the galley linear along the starboard side. There are also options in the forward cabin with a choice of offset double with heads and separate shower forward or centreline double as standard in her smaller sisters. There is also the additional option of a crew cabin in the large bow sail locker.
On deck, everything is kept simple with 4 winches in the cockpit positioned ergonomically between the twin helms. As with all the fleet, she has a self-tacking jib and fixed bowsprit to make easy use of a gennaker or code 0. At the transom is a wide hydraulically operated door allowing for easy dinghy deployment and ample swim platform.
A thrill to sail on, she glides along with ease in light airs. Winner of the ‘Performance Cruiser of the Year’ at the European Yachting Awards in 2015 – her success has continued since her first launch.
|Draft:||2,80 m (option 2,6 m alt. 2,35 m)|
|Displacement (light):||15,900 kg|
|Sail Area:||155 m²|
|Genoa 106%:||70 m²|
|Engine:||50 hp (option 75 hp)|
|Generator (option):||See price list|
|Design:||Javier Soto Acebal|
|Interior design:||Lucio Micheletti|
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