Length: 10.00 m
Beam: 3.80 m
Draft: 0.60 m
Displacement: 8.50 Tm
Engine: 2x225Hp
Water: 350 lt
Fuel: 650 lt
Boatyard: Sasga Yachts
Interior Designer: Barracuda Yacht Design
Year: 2015

Inspired by the sea-keeping ability and practical nature of centuries-old “Llaüts” – traditional, multi-chine boats used by balearic fishermen – characteristics include an exceptionally voluminous and useable interior and exterior space, plumb bow, high freeboard, rounded stern sections and large swim-platform.

The living area is a spacious saloon and galley, dominated by tall windows and generous head-room with superb all round visibility and plenty of natural incoming light.
Simple, unadorned fabrics for seat cushions and curtains keep the mood calm and relaxed and in-keeping with the confident and pleasing nature of this well built boat, along with subtle ‘retro-inspired’ influences, such as a wooden stem post and wooden mast.
This is a two cabin model, with accommodation for 4 people, plus 2 occasional ‘extras’ in the saloon. Externally, there’s a good size aft-deck and foredeck, with ‘walk-around’ access.
The new boat offers economical cruising of between 12 to 19 knots, via twin 225hp engines and a maximum cruising range of 330 nm is achievable at 8 knots.

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