With the 58’, Solaris confirms its leadership in custom and semi-custom yachts between 50’ and 80’.
Cruise through the production of race designed by the best naval architects in the world Solaris confirms its leadership in the construction of custom and semi-custom.
The historical and traditional quality of Solaris is exemplified with a jewel.
Of rare quality in terms of construction and outstanding features and in terms of behavior at sea, that are characteristic of the hull lines by Soto Acebal.
Particular attention has been given to the distribution of all the variable weights amidships, in order to maintain the ideal trim of the boat.
The high “chine”, a typical feature of Solaris hulls in recent years, has been designed to give more roundness to the shape of the stern sections with consequent reduction of drag.
A moderately reverse bow has been incorporated to this design to provide a number of advantages while sailing such as improved wave penetration and less pitching.
Halyards and sheets are lead to a bridge deck near the helm position to allow easy handling even when singlehanded.
There are different options for interior layout to suit the customers’ requirements.
A unique feature is the tender garage with longitudinal access, no need to remove the outboard engine, completely watertight and supported by a capstan winch for easy handling of the tender.
Technical information of Solaris 58
- Type: Sail
- Total loa: 17,45 m
- Floating length: 16,6 m
- Beam: 5,05 m
- Draft: 3,20- (2,85 optional) m
- Displacement: 19,500 Kg
- Ballast: 6,900 Kg
- Total sail area: 189 m²
- Furling Jib: 92 m²
- Main: 97 m²
- I Furling Jib: 23.23 m (ISP 24.97 m)
- P: 22,73 m
- E: 7.76 m
- J Furling Jib: 6.71 m
- Cabins: 3-4 optional
- Toilets: 3-4 optional
- Fresh water: 600 L
- Engine: Volvo Penta SD 75 (110 ó 150 optional) Hp
- Fuel tank: 500 L
- Certification: Rina Ocean Category A