Modern and well thought-out bluewater cruising yacht
The new Solaris 68 is the result of decades of experience at Solaris Yachts in the construction of sailing yachts designed specifically for long-distance cruising. The new flagship of the Solaris One series, designed by Solaris house designer Javier Soto Acebal, was launched at the shipyard on the Adriatic at the end of July 2017 and will celebrate its German premiere at the boot Düsseldsorf 2018.
Comfort & stability The Solaris 68 combines a high-performance hull with an optimum of comfort and high stability, which is achieved by the re-location of the engine compartment and fuel tank underneath the central saloon floor. With its sheer deck, state-of-the-art hull lines and an elegant deck saloon, which appears more like an apt suggestion of a deck saloon, the new Solaris 68 is still more than just a real eye-catcher. Thanks to the sophisticated deck layout, the Solaris 68 is easy to handle in manoeuvers and to navigate in any weather, even for short-handed crews.
Variety below decks Below decks, the Solaris 68 is offered in three standard layout versions, each with four double cabins (3 x double bed, 1 x bunk bed), which differ only in the positioning of the cabins and the related location of the fully equiped kitchen. All cabins of the Solaris 68 have their own, separate bathrooms and plenty of storage space. The central saloon is extremely spacious and offers ample space for comfortably staying below deck. In order to meet the requirements of each and every yacht owner, the shipyard also offers the option to customize the interior design in colaboration with the prospective sailing yacht owners.
Solaris 68 impressions
Traditional boat-building craftsmanship The Solaris One series consists of the models Solaris 37, Solaris 42, Solaris 47, Solaris 50, Solaris 55, Solaris 58 and, now, the Solaris 68. These fast but incredibly solid and well-built cruiser-racers impress with their modern, timeless design (Designer: Javier Soto Acebal) combined with the best, traditional boatbuilding craftsmanship. As elaborate as hulls, decks and attachments,The production processes of the interior of each Solaris yacht at Cantiere Se.Ri.Gi. is as elaborate and precise as the construction of the hull, deck and attachments at the shipyard itself. Experienced boatbuilders spend many hours of manual work on the teak or oak furniture and fittings.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 20.80 m Beam: 5.50 m Draft: 3.00 m / 3.40 m Displacement: 28,800 kg Engine: 190 PS