Sport cruiser style, racer soul: here is the new Mylius 50


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Air of novelty in the Mylius household. Following the launch at the Genoa Boat Show of the Mylius 60 CK (find out HERE), the shipyard announced plans for a new 50-footer.

The 50′ is a lucky size for the Italian shipyard, as it is one of the most successful and winning boats in the Mylius production (just think of the many important results achieved by a boat like Ars Una). The shipyard has therefore decided to relaunch this measure with substantial new features, for what will be to all intents and purposes a new 50-footer.

In just over 15 meters and 9 tons displacement, this new 50′ encompasses all the distinctive elements that have made her big sisters appreciated in cruising and racing.
It is the light model of the fleet, a sport boat that enhances the taste of sailing; fast under sail and motor to enable you to reach the most beautiful destinations in the Mediterranean in a short time; a marine boat, easy to drive even with a small crew and no crew; and, last but not least, a boat that you can manage with reasonable costs.
The new Mylius 50 is also an excellent racer, designed on the experience of the successes of the previous versions, thus promising to take a leading role in the most important inshore and offshore races.

Among the new features that immediately jump out at you from the first drawings presented is the completely renovated deckhouse design with a new continuous window that will increase interior brightness in no small part as well as give the boat a sporty look. Also in the deckhouse area peeps the transverse jib carriage that was not present on the old ’50s.

The deck plan, designed in Mylius’ distinctive canons of linearity and cleanliness, offers ample living space for cruising and is ergonomic and functional in sporting and racing use; it has forward-positioned wheelhouses, with mainsail traveller aft and German-style mainsail sheet. The winches on either side of the drum serve the function of primaries and halyards. In the square-top mainsail configuration, the backstay winches are aft of the wheelhouses. The transom can be opened to allow the sheltering of a small tender.

The interiors include a 2- or 3-cabin layout and will be light-weight in order to respect the boat’s light displacement, but without sacrificing the right amount of comfort that a boat with this concept must have.

Overall length 15,60 m
LFT with dolphin boat 17,63 m
Length at float. 14,23 m
Maximum beam 4,48 m
Fishing 3,50 m
Reduced draft 2,70 m
Displacement (approx.) 9,500 kg
Ballast (approx.) 4,100 kg


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