V100: the superyacht according to Vismara. PHOTOS


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Vismara ‘s forays into the world of mini maxis or true maxis are not entirely new, but this time the Italian shipyard is doing it in an accomplished and structured way, with an all-in-house design.

Designed by four hands with its owner in full Vismara style, with respect to the culture of the true “Blue Water Sailing Yacht,” the V 100 is built of lightweight composite materials that are the result of the best structural integration technologies developed over more than 30 years by the Viareggio shipyard: carbon and epoxy glass.

For increased speed and maneuverability both in harbor and for upwind sailing in the open sea, there is a retractable keel with the addition of two “winglets” on the bulb. The high cruising speed of 12 knots is achieved with 2 Cummins engines of 300 HP each that allow maximum cues of as much as 14 knots.

A Joystic in the classic control positions and also in the inner wheelhouse makes maneuvering easier. A comfortable Deck Saloon and a very large cockpit with lounge-dining and outdoor sundeck at the interior level make her a true superyacht, fast sailing cruiser with motoryacht space and livability.

A retractable keel is provided, with a minimum draft of 2.60 m for entering motor ports, maximum draft of 4.60 m for sailing and an intermediate draft in order to have stability and comfort in roadstead and in port.

The boat’s hull is constructed of carbon with unidirectional reinforcements and a fiberglass outer “skin,” the deck is all carbon, and the interior is composite-a proper mix of lightness, durability, and quietness. Carbon mast and boom in which the mainsail can be hydraulically furled to allow more simplified maneuvering and reduced crew management. A double wheelhouse with a double rudder ensures better maneuverability.

The tender, an impressive 4.50 m with a hydrojet engine, is stowed concealed under the foredeck and can be easily launched thanks to a hauling chariot that allows it to be moved. The aft garage compartment, on the other hand, stows a moped, bicycles and water toys.

The interiors are in perfect harmony with the volumes of the exteriors, divided into two areas: aft of the engine room meets the crew area, with two cabins, two bathrooms and a large living room with kitchen. Separately in the bow are spaces for guests and the owner: two guest cabins with bathrooms and showers, and a large master cabin with sitting area, bathroom and wardrobe.

The boat also features a large deck sal oon that makes the dinette a cozy place in roadstead and underway due to its 360-degree visibility and floor level with that of the outdoor cockpit and lounge.

Length. 30,3 m

Width. 7 m

Immersion 2.4 – 4.6 m

Displacement. 62 tons.





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