Momi 80, Vismara’s ultimate boat, goes in the water

Vismara launches the ultimate boat, the dream of every true sailor who knows about sailing. She went into the water on Saturday, July 10, in Viareggio at the dockyard.

It is called Momi 80, it is a 26-meter, and it takes advantage of all the experience of Vismara Marine, which just this year turns 35 years old.

What’s new about this boat? Everything and nothing. The Vismara team has put into this boat all the best of what technological and aesthetic development has produced in recent years. There are no leaps forward, exaggerated search for solutions that have not yet been tested. The result is an ultimate boat, indeed.

We tell you about it in the first visit on board, step by step.

The construction and equipment of Momi 80

Momi 80 is built entirely of carbon, but the deck is classic, covered entirely in teak.

It is equipped with a retractable keel, with a draft of 2.50 m for shallow-water sailing and motor entry into port. When sailing the draft meters become 4 meters.

The mast and boom are made of high-modulus carbon with “space frame” booms, so even with such a large mainsail it becomes easy to lower.

All rigging is carried back to the stern, invisible thanks to the covers covering the lines, with six winches, 4 electric installed aft of the double wheelhouse and 2 at the mast base.

We go down below deck of the Momi 80

To get below deck, the Momi 80 has two entrances, a large central one and the second smaller one aft of the cockpit. It is the entrance reserved for the crew.

As soon as you step inside, a large open-plan living room opens up with a large dinette with a double L-shaped sofa placed along the sides with a double table and a small waxing closet.

Continuing toward the bow, along the corridor, there is a cabin with a bunk bed on the left and another cabin with a double bed on the right with bathroom, shower and large closets.

Continue to the bow and the large master stateroom with wardrobe, work and “make-up” desk area with settee opens. And we come to the far bow with a large shower room.

And now we cross the large salon again and go to the stern where there is, well separated, the service-crew area. To the left of the aft entrance staircase is the galley, with tilting gas burners, oven, dishwasher and a large refrigerator.

Next to the galley, here is a small service bathroom and immediately after, at the far aft end, another cabin with a bunk bed.

On the opposite side is a cabin with a double bed and private bathroom with shower, and a storage room/laundry room with washer/dryer.

The engine room is under the entrance staircase, where the engine and generator are installed and can be perfectly inspected.

As for finishes, again all simple. The upholstery has warm, understated colors, oak wood, and the bulkheads are painted white.

On deck on the Momi 80 where the deckhouse can’t be seen

We start from the extreme stern, where, on the transom is a large electrically opening hatch with bathing beach functionality. It conceals the garage, which can accommodate a tender as long as 3 m.

The deck is very “minimal” and almost not visible as in flush decks. In fact, the deckhouse is “generated” by curving the surface all covered in teak.

Vismara Momi 80

Overall length 26.20 m
Waterline length 24.00 m
Maximum width 5.80 m
Draft 2.50/4.00 m
Sail area 280 sqm



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