Mylius revolution, the 76-footer with saloon deck arrives!

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top_mylius76dsThe new Mylius 76 DS will represent a new revolution in the Piacenza shipyard’s range: in fact, it will be the first boat equipped with a dock saloon. The boat is the brainchild of Alberto Simeone. The deck, characterized by clean lines, counts on a large cockpit (where the two wheelhouses reside) and numerous openings, especially in the deckhouse, to ensure maximum light in the saloon. www.mylius.it

TECHNICAL DATA SHEET.
Overall length 23.10 m
Lft with dolphin boat 25.50 m
Maximum beam 5.85 m
Draft 2.95 m
Displacement 11,820 kg
Cabins 4 + 1
Water tanks 1,800 liters
Diesel fuel tanks 2,000L
Sail area mainsail 159.69 sq. m.
Jib sail sup. 120.14 sq. m.
Sup. sail A-0 298.19 sq. m.
Sail area gennaker 458.22 sq. m.

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