Sail

B2

About

Family friendly racer this boat was created for an owner who wanted to sail with his loved ones and, every now and then, to participate in a regatta – with the clear aim to win, of course.

Specifications

Shipyard
Vismara
Model
V54
Year
2010
LENGTH
16,30 M
WIDTH
4,20 M
DRAFT
3 M
DISPLACEMENT
9600 KG
SAIL AREA
154 Mq
ENGINE
STEYR 86 HP CV
MATERIAL
CARBON FIBER & EPOXY SANDWICH

The Boat

The V54 was designed for a family use with high capability for the racing season. This means having the typical Vismara features: Lightweight construction with a carbon hull that keeps the displacement under 10- ton when 50 % of that is accounted to the keel. Easy sailing, using integrated systems on board combined with intelligent design such as the clean deck where all the controls recessed at the build phase and permit an easy maneuvering with simple function during cruising, all in a press of a batten. Other predispositions were also taken in account for regatta times. The mainsail has the lion’s share and jib with minimal overlap, a code zero or Gennaker will take turns on the bow. To meet the owners passion for both cruising and racing, there are two versions of the sail plan (square top main or traditional main specifically to ensure that only one person is required on deck besides the helmsman). In terms of waterlines, the classic geometry of the V55 is very much in evidence with the last innovate Vismara yachts with slender entries, maximum beam amidships and flat stern emphasized by an almost vertical angle between the bottom and sides, this clear division restates once again a design choice. The entire deck is all about straight lines with specific details used to indicate exclusivity. For instance, all of the sections of the guardrail have polygonal rather than rounded profiles. Deck features, such as lockers and the flash deck are all custom made.

 

BELOW DECKS A TRADITIONAL VISMARA LAYOUT IN THE LAST 10 YEARS WHICH BECAME TODAY A BENCHMARK WHICH INSPIRES MANY SHIPYARDS THANKS TO ITS STYLISH SOLUTIONS.
The owners cabin lies in the bow while the two twin guest cabins are in the aft, all have their own privet bathrooms. The saloons floor is slightly raised to create a larger technical space for the structural tanks and most systems, to keep as much weight as possible amidships and to easily trace and control the systems. This was also the thinking behind the decision to locate the engine at the centre of the saloon. It is completely enclosed in a casing that can be flipped open for inspection and maintenance purposes. It also creates a stand and structure for the dining table which can be opened up thanks to side wings and also raised to accommodate up to eight dinners at a time. The kitchen, elegantly separated by two steps barely perceptible, is the ideal continuation of the dinette and disappears completely under an easily removable cover that act as a cutting board when overturned, in this way the kitchen appears to be a normal twin furniture from each side. The electrical integrated system, distributed throughout the hull to reduce and rationalize the weight, has a triple back-up and all of the onboard instruments can be monitored and controlled from just one touch screen.

Meet your referent

Alessandro degl’Innocenti

Alessandro degl’Innocenti

Sales and brokerage manager

Vismara Marine