Michael Schmidt Yachtbau GmbH

Nordstr. 1, 17493 Greifswald
Telephone +49 3834 585877-0
Fax +49 3834 585877-7

Hall map

boot 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand A23

Fairground map

boot 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.03  Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.07  Regatta Yachts/One Designs

Regatta Yachts/One Designs

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.03  Megayachts
  • 01.03.01  Megayachts (sail)

Our products

Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail), Regatta Yachts/One Designs, Megayachts (sail)

Y|7 Tripp 70


Following their ‘keep it simple’ principle, MICHAEL SCHMIDT YACHTBAU has created a 70-foot yacht that a family can sail by themselves – but that‘s also perfect manned by a crew. This option and many other nice-to-haves are all part of the carefully designed concept of this Tripp 70. We at MSY are especially pleased to have been able to develop it together with Bill Tripp, for decades a well-known name in exclusive yacht design.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail), Regatta Yachts/One Designs, Megayachts (sail)


The two-deck-level solution creates a generous bulwark. Tapered at the ends, widest at the center of the boat, it enhances the sense of safety while delivering a classic touch. This is an innovative solution and has allowed us to be future-oriented while also creating an elegant profil.

Nothing can quite match that feeling of sailing single-handed, sensing the true power of the wind while remaining completely in control. We build yachts that allow you to enjoy sailing without having to compromise on speed.

Whether spending time in the cockpit enjoying the elements or on the attached terrace by the sea. Both offer a separate entrance and a generous space for retreating and relaxing.

The twin-wheel arrangement on the aft deck offers perfect visibility of the headsail luff. The deckhouse and cockpit design smartly combine the ideal all around view of a flush deck with the comfort and safety in the cockpit. Guests can relax in the forward part of the cockpit. The aft part of the cockpit dedicated for sailing and boat handling, with ample of space for guest to contribute without the necessity to do so.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail), Regatta Yachts/One Designs, Megayachts (sail)


Our first custom project is under construction and scheduled for delivery in spring 2018. It is a 75 - foot Explorer – a sailing research vessel commissioned by the Swiss Werner Siemens Foundation. Intended for use by the Max Planck Institute for chemistry and climate research, the 75 Explorer is designed for long-distance sailing. It can accommodate a crew and scientists living on board for extended periods in various climates ranging from tropical to polar. The vessel’s strong and durable construction enables it to with stand rough seas and extreme weather conditions. To further enhance its advantages, a parallel hybrid drive will be developed, allowing 8 - 9 hours of autarkic operation without contaminating the sampling.

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About us

Company details


We go to any lengths technically to make our yachts as simple as possible. Our credo is: the simpler the boat, the purer the sailing experience, and the greater the pleasure. This is why our yachts are made to emphasise the essentials of sailing, while enabling easy handling alone or with company, anywhere in the world. Discover the reliability, safety and com- fort that comes with our ‘keep it simple’ concept of boat building.
As few components as possible, especially electronically driven parts, to minimise breakdown potential and simplify fault finding.

Practical details such as optimising the window arrangement for improved comfort. While large panels of windows enable lovely views, they require constant air conditioning use in hot climates. We have reduced the number and size of windows and hatches in the hull and superstructure without compromising the views from the saloon or the natural light below decks.

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