Mylius 50, Carkeek’s project between cruise and performance

The new Mylius 50
Mylius 50

The collaboration between designer Shaun Carkeek and the Mylius world goes on, and after the 72, the new Mylius 50 is on its way. In fact, the shipyard specializing in semi-custom sport cruisers has announced the new design, which we will probably see in the water in 2023-this is what it will look like.

Mylius 50 – Project

The owner who commissioned the boat from the shipyard asked for one specific thing: it must be able to entertain under sail while cruising, and, in a few steps, become a racing machine to participate in major events in the Mediterranean. Shaun Carkeek translated the request into a design whose lines were clearly inspired by the 72, for example on the curve of the foredeck and the design of the deckhouse. After all, one of the tasks for which Carkeek was hired by Mylius is also to redesign the yard’s future range.

Mylius 50 – Performance

The boat will be 15.60 meters long, which with bowsprit will become 17.63 thanks to its 2 meters in length. The draft will be at 3.50 meters to maximize performance and keep the boat’s center of gravity low. At 4.80 meters wide, the boat promises very comfortable interior volumes for cruising, which is one of the two focuses of the Mylius 50 design. No images of the interior have been released, but it will be available in more than one version, including lightened for racing.

Mylius 50 – Data Sheet

Length 15.60 mt
Length com bowsprit 17.63 mt
Width 4.80 mt
Dive 3.50 mt
Displacement (light) 8,500 kg
Mainsail 97.5 sqm
Fuel 195 lt
Water 400 lt

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