Sense 50

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

The latest in innovation, the Sense 50 redefines modern design and luxury on the water. From bow to stern, she surprises with the greatest in space, simplicity and cruising comfort.

EYTY 2012
Asia Boating Award 2011

Exterior design

Designed to sail closer to the water, her moderate heel is ideal for a more relaxed cruise. Offering the upmost in safety and performance, the Sense 50's spacious cockpit includes a dual helm and plenty of space under the sails. At anchor, with easy access to the water, the U-shaped layout of the cockpit seats and retractable table can be converted into a sun deck.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Interior design

Only three steps through the gently sloped companionway connect the brilliance of life outdoors to the sophisticated interior. A full beam salon and wraparound view paired with the comfortable settee and oversized galley, makes the Sense 50’s interior comparable to that of a catamaran.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Sense of vision

 

Surrounded by windows, the interior is bathed in natural light and provides a panoramic view of the horizon.   

 

  • 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 :
50' 1"
Hull Length :
49' 2"
Hull Beam :
15' 11"
Light displacement :
33,720
Fuel tank capacity :
110
Fresh water capacity :
151
Max Engine Power (Hp) :
75.00
Propulsion :
A9/B10/C14
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
Large hull portholes provide more light and an extensive sea view
Master cabin: island bed with marine mattress and slatted bed frame; plenty of storage and an ensuite head with separate shower. Guest cabin: double bed, ensuite head also used as day-time toilet. Third cabin fitted as standard with 2 bunk beds
Built-in galley. Grey synthetic resin worktop. Fully concealed electrical appliances when galley is not in use. Large porthole / service hatch opening onto the cockpit salon
Master cabin with ensuite head, a second head with access from the guest cabin and day-time access
3 steps lead to the salon (instead of the usual 5), sloping at an angle of 45°
Master cabin: island bed with marine mattress and slatted bed frame; plenty of storage and an ensuite head with separate shower. Guest cabin: double bed, 1 ensuite head also used as day-time toilet. Extra cabin accessed by the cockpit
Built-in galley. Grey synthetic resin worktop. Fully concealed electrical appliances when galley is not in use. Large porthole / service hatch opening onto the cockpit salon
Master cabin with ensuite head. Second head with access from the guest cabin and day-time access
3 steps lead to the salon (instead of the usual 5), sloping at an angle of 45°

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