The wait is over! We can finally show you the first sailing images of the brand new Solaris 58, with which the collaboration between the Italian shipyard and Argentinian Javier Soto Acebal is renewed. Particular attention was paid to weight distribution, concentrated as much as possible in the middle of the boat, so as to lower the center of gravity and maintain optimal trim. Then the peculiar slightly upturned prow is striking. At 17.40 meters long, it has a maximum beam of 5.40, for a displacement of 19,500 kg. The sail plan reaches an area of 188 square meters. www.solarisyachts.com
PHOTOS Solaris 58, we reveal the first images under sail!
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