PHOTOGALLERY Mylius 76 FD, Her Majesty in Navigation


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Mylius ShipyardWe had already told you about it, but now we show it to you in all its majestic beauty: we are talking about the new Mylius 76 FD (FD stands for Flush Deck) Egi4. Its experienced owner wanted a boat to fulfill his dream of circumnavigating the globe with his son. A boat built to the highest structural and plant engineering standards, where great attention was also paid to the study of deck plans and equipment and in everything related to navigational safety.


The Mylius 76 FD will appeal to those who truly enjoy sailing and not to those who think the boat is something to show off. When we saw it from the dock as it approached the berth, we liked the aesthetics of its side profile, simple and marine. Nothing forced or unnecessarily researched. You feel like saying, “What a beautiful boat!” and that’s it. When we then saw it, again from the dock, moored aft, the feeling of simplicity that the Mylius 76 FD exudes is even more evident. The deck and cockpit seem empty, enhancing the feeling of immense spaces to sunbathe, move freely, and experience the boat. Of course, a big help is given by the short deckhouse (not a bad design) that leaves the deck free, covered by a beautiful classic slatted teak with black gumming (good on those at Mylius for not being swayed by the fashion for colored “rubber” solutions, perhaps beautiful but not at all marine).

We don’t know how many flat, unobstructed square meters are abreast of the deckhouse, but you certainly don’t find a terrace like this, overlooking the sea, even on a 100-plus-foot motoryacht. Another clue that this is a boat created by real sailors for real sailing enthusiasts is the deck equipment and its very correct positioning, within sailing range, even on a 23-meter boat, with only two people on board. Of course, everything is top-notch, as befits an important boat like this: carbon mast, oversized winches, and top-quality materials. Sheets and halyards cannot be seen, flowing hidden in passages below deck.

The interiors, too, follow the same essential stamp of contemporary seafaring, without concessions to the beach house effect that distorts the essence of a boat that is really called a boat and is not misunderstood with a house without being one. So, a nice bright square also thanks to a glass surface placed, to the hundredth of the deckhouse. The galley is aft in the crew area. In the bow, well separated from the convivial area, is the sleeping area with a forward master stateroom with a splendid view from the sunbed over the sea, thanks to the clever placement of the hull windows. Two more cabins with bathrooms complete the sleeping area.

The characteristics of the Mylius 76 FD

Length overall m 23.25 (with delphinist m 25.25)
Length at waterline m 21.00 m
Maximum beam 5.84m
Draft 4.15 m
Displacement 30,000 kg
Ballast 11,700 kg
Cabins 3 doubles + 1 single + 1 crew
Water 1200 lt
Fuel 1800 lt
160 hp engine
Sup. mainsail 167.2 sqm
Sup. jib 144.28 sq. m.
Sup gennaker 499 sqm



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