Fast and streamlined on the outside, light and airy on the inside, this modern semi-custom cruiser is the best of both worlds, delivering performance in comfort
Maxi-Dolphin 62ab - speedy Italian semi—custom a cruiser (taking into account the wishes of the customer), created by the Argentine designer Alejandro Bottino, a student of Soto Acebal, and intended for the owner, who will be based in Punta del Este (Uruguay).
The cruiser has modern hull lines with an inverted bow and maximum aft deck width, as well as twin rudders.
The perfectly rationalized interior of the yacht impresses with a bright interior with plenty of natural light thanks to the use of large hull windows.
The glazed topsides at the stern of the yacht also allow natural light to flow downward and give a good view of the outside world, not to mention the attractive exterior styling.
All bows of the hull maximize stability and sail carrying ability, while at the same time creating space for the captain's cabin, who benefits from travel while inside on his double bed.
Hall Spars carbon triple-spreader rig can be combined with a square top mainsail with slightly overlapping headsail or self-locking staysail for ease of handling.
Maximum length: 18.90m / 62ft,
Width: 5.40m / 17ft 9in,
Draft: 3.4 m / 11 ft 2 in,
Displacement: 21,000 kg / 46,300 lbs.
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