Italian sailboats: 6 models between 13 and 20 meters, custom and standard

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In our market reviews we have told you about Frenchsailboats between 10 and 11 meters, and the Northern European “midsize” queens. The Italian nautical industry, however, is not to be outdone, being in fact one of the most prolific and valued in Europe. Let’s go then and discover a selection from the Giornale della Vela of Italian sailboats, six models from 12 to 20 meters.

You can also find them in the “Price Lists” section at the end of the Sail Newspaper’s print magazine, on newsstands every month, with the latest prices released by the shipyards.


Italian sailboats 2024: 15 m – Solaris 50 / Solaris Yachts

solaris cup Italian sailboats
The Solaris 50 New Indigo fresh from its launch at the Solaris Cup

This 50-footer is one of those boats that when you walk by the dock and see it, you just naturally stop, look at it and say, “What a boat!”

Elegant in the simplicity of its lines and in the well-chosen design of the deckhouse, it conceals at first glance what are instead the substantial innovations of this new model from the Italian shipyard, a leader in the “premium” fast cruiser segment. DISCOVER MORE.


12,98 m –
IY 12.98
/ Italy Yachts

The Italia Yachts 12.98 under sail during our test. Photo Giuffrè/Sailing Newspaper

Italia Yachts is a shipyard that has specialized since its origins in building boats dedicated to sport cruising. Racing is also in the shipyard’s DNA, and the 998 and 11.98 in particular have been very successful boats for the ORC racing world as well. The Italia Yachts 12.98, designed by Studio Cossutti, is one of the latest models to come out on the market, dedicated to the world of sport cruisers, and offered in Fuoriserie (for those who also enjoy racing) and Bellissima (for those who want a more finished boat inside) versions. WATCH THE VIDEO EVIDENCE


20, 40 m –
Mylius 66 RS
/ Mylius Yachts

Mylius 66 RS

Italian shipyard Mylius is re-entering the world of pure cruisers after having launched several boats geared toward “performance” cruising in recent years. It does so with the new Mylius 66 RS designed by Alberto Simeone, whose first hulls have already been sold. A boat definitely geared toward Blue Water cruising, very long sailings, and characterized by a raised saloon deckhouse. DISCOVER MORE.


Italian sailboats: 21,30 m –
ICE 70 RS0
/ ICE Yachts

Italian sailboats 2024
Ice Yachts 70 RS.

The Italian shipyard specializing in semi-custom carbon performance cruisers has launched a more horny and lighter RS version of the ICE 70. A boat that can impress with its sailing qualities but also with the simplicity with which it can be driven by a few people. WATCH THE VIDEO EVIDENCE


13,40 m –
Grand Soleil 44
/ Cantiere del Pardo

Grand Soleil GS44

The goal of designer Matteo Polli, making his debut with Cantiere del Pardo, was to create a boat that was efficient in a wide range of weather conditions and also performed well in complex situations such as those defined as “choppy,” or short wave. The result is a boat with a clearly sporty aesthetic, with some stylistic “signatures” typical of Grand Soleil (the deckhouse in particular) and others characterized by the designer’s interpretation of regulations such as the stern high above the water.

WATCH THE ONBOARD VIDEO


20 m –
Advanced A66
/ Advanced Yachts

Advanced A66s - Exterior
Advanced A66s – Exterior

Can you improve a boat that experts say is as perfect as the Advanced A66? The answer is yes, you can. The new Advanced A66S (20.46 x 5.40 m) has added an S to the initials and dozens of improvements to this boat, a true symbol of “made in Italy.” The comparison is with the Porsche 911, which has been continuously improved for decades but still remains itself. The concept applied by Advanced is the same: improve without distorting.

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