Created for extended bluewater cruising in comfort while still being under 24m. The Solaris 80 RS design has been incredibly well thought through and there are 2 very different options for the interior layout – with either the owner’s cabin forward or aft which is a rare find. Whichever is your preference, she still boasts 4 cabins plus great crew accommodation which is positioned forward or aft depending on your layout choice.
A special yacht above and below decks. The raised saloon aspect allows for stylish deck saloon windows providing all round views and of course, a very bright sociable saloon with a choice of seating areas. All has been thoroughly thought through and the raised saloon also allows for a large engine room under the sole. Layout options dictate the galley location but it is kept separate from the saloon.
On deck, again, her clean, sleek and ergonomic layout has been thoroughly thought through. The cockpit runs on one level which allows ease of movement from the designated helming area to the luxurious relaxation area – creating a nice area for guests to enjoy but equally able to get involved in the sailing. The choice of options continues with 2 different companionways depending on how you would like your cockpit laid out. Twin cockpit tables with a central companionway or a central cockpit table with offset companionway. The aft deck is substantially sized and leads down to a huge hydraulically operated tender garage, which can store a 3m tender across the beam without imposing on the accommodation.
As with all models, there is a choice of interior finishes depending on your style, from traditional teak to modern light oak. Along with a large selection of soft furnishings to keep things calm and neutral or add in some flare. The quality throughout is what you would expect from this fine handcrafted Italian yacht.
|Draft:||4 m (option 3,5 m alt. lifting 2,6 m - 4,2 m)|
|Displacement (light):||46,000 kg|
|Sail Area:||325 m²|
|Jib (90%):||135 m²|
|Generator:||ONAN 11 kW (230 V - 50 Hz)|
|Design:||Javier Soto Acebal|
|Interior design:||Lucio Micheletti|
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