Sense 50

NAVAL ARCHITECT :
Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design
INTERIOR DESIGN :
Nauta Design
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SENSE 50

A modern sailing yacht with a completely innovative concept, the Sense 50 arouses curiosity. From stern to bow, she adds one surprise to another in her entirely new organization of life on board. For cruising and well-being, simplicity and aesthetics are the watchwords. 

EYTY 2012
Asia Boating Award 2011

Exterior design

The design of the Sense 50 is different. She has a reduced angle of heel and yet her performance is astonishing.  Designed to sail closer to the water, this cruiser re-examines the idea of comfort under sail inside and out, while offering a very high level of safety.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Interior design

Only three steps, gently sloping at 45°, connect life inside and out, creating great flow of movement on board – a unique feature on a monohull. The choice between ‘fruit tree’ and mat light oak wood stains creates two very different types of atmospheres. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sense of vision

 

The result of considerable research on shape and function,
nothing equals the lifestyle on board the Sense 50 except its view of the sea.  

  • CABIN OR OFFICE
  • LOCKER OR CABIN
  • SUNBATHING AREA

Cabin or office 

The choice of layout, between a side cabin with two bunk beds and an office/workshop, offers a new view of life on board – unique on this type of cruiser.

Locker or cabin 

The service area to portside can be fitted out as an extra cabin.

Sunbathing area

The U-shaped layout of the starboard cockpit seats, around a modular and retractable table, allows conversion of this space into a huge sunbathing area. 

Characteristics

Length Over All :
15.27
Hull Length :
14.98
Hull Beam :
4.86
Light displacement :
15295.00
Fuel tank capacity :
415.00
Fresh water capacity :
570.00
Max Engine Power (Hp) :
75.00
CE Certification :
A9/B10/C14
General specifications
CE Certification A9/B10/C14.
B&G electronics pack, instrument panel at each helm station: Housing for 9" plotter in addition to repeaters (options).
Twin steering station, helm seats that lift to free the passageway to the swim platform. Removable panel at the bottom of the cockpit, which is used as a transom to close the cockpit.
Modular table to create a huge sun-lounger in the cockpit.
Sail drive engine compatible with Dock&Go technology.
Large hull portholes provide more light and an extensive sea view.
Master cabin: island bed with marine mattress and slatted bed frame; lots of storage (up to 5 drawers, hanging lockers, etc.) and an ensuite bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Guest cabin: Large double bed – 1 ensuite bathroom also used as day-time toilet. Third cabin fitted as standard with 2 bunk beds.
Built in long galley. Attractive grey synthetic resin worktop. Fully concealed electrical appliances when galley is not in use (retractable worktop on gas hob, panel in front of oven). Large porthole / service hatch opening onto the cockpit saloon (512 mm x 322 mm).
Master cabin with ensuite bathroom, a second bathroom with access from the guest cabin and day-time access.
Very comfortable companionway: 3 steps lead to the saloon (instead of the usual 5), sloping at an angle of 45°.
Central furniture incorporating an extra seat for the chart table for 2 people and a retractable 32" TV on a motorized lift-system (option). Its location supports you in the galley when the boat heels.
Master cabin: island bed with marine mattress and slatted bed frame; lots of storage (up to 5 drawers, hanging lockers, etc.) and an ensuite bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Guest cabin: Large double bed – 1 ensuite bathroom also used as day-time toilet. Extra cabin accessed by the cockpit.
Built in fitted galley (lengthwise). Attractive grey synthetic resin worktop. Fully concealed electrical appliances when galley is not in use (retractable worktop on gas hob, panel in front of oven). Large porthole / service hatch opening onto the cockpit saloon (512 mm x 322 mm).
Master cabin with ensuite bathroom, a second bathroom with access from the guest cabin and day-time access.
Very comfortable companionway: 3 steps lead to the saloon (instead of the usual 5), sloping at an angle of 45°.
Central furniture incorporating an extra seat for the chart table for 2 people and a retractable 32" TV on a motorized lift-system (option). Its location supports you in the galley when the boat heels.

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