Sense 57

The Sense 57 is a ocean cruising yacht with an audacious concept. She is the pride of the range and everything about her spells adventure.    With really fluid movement on board, unique style and redesigned access to the sea, she delivers outstanding comfort under sail.  Getting-away takes on a whole new meaning.

NAVAL ARCHITECT : Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design


Exterior design

With all the cabins located to the bow, the deck plan of the Sense 57 is very clever and unusual.  As a result, the cockpit is closer to water level, which emphasizes her slender profile. The Sense 57 is perfectly balanced under sail and highly manoeuvrable. She is remarkably comfortable sailing in all sea conditions and she boasts fine cruising speeds.

Interior design

A large saloon bathed in light and offering an omnipresent sea view is entered by three steps down from the cockpit. The generous space is highlighted by a lengthwise fitted galley. The three spacious cabins to the bow, including a master cabin, are ideal for relaxing completely. Particular attention has been given to details and finishes, as well as the choice of ‘Alpi fruit tree’ or ‘Matt walnut’ wood stains, creating a luxurious yet warm atmosphere.

The world’s its oyster

Cut out for adventure, the Sense 57 is a luxurious sailing yacht, but it is also very seaworthy. 

Sea access

At anchor, the aft platform creates a real terrace space flush with the sea. The sink and plancha grill concealed below the helm seats make it easy to have a really good time in the open air, with the sea at your feet. The platform is operated hydraulically, closing off the cockpit entirely and making it safe under sail.

Semi-hardtop Bimini  

The Bimini specially developed for this boat is a major innovation. It is very easy to open and close and shelters the spacious cockpit from the sun and bad weather. Seamlessly integrating the cruiser’s profile, it can be closed completely by adding additional side protection.

Night spaces  

All the night spaces in the Sense 57 enjoy an incredible amount of headroom and comprise two spacious guest cabins with sliding doors and a very large owner cabin. You will be struck by the sensation of space.  Each cabin has an en suite shower room. 


Length overall :
17.78 m
Hull Length :
16.80 m
Hull Beam :
4.97 m
Light displacement :
17910 kg
Fuel tank capacity :
415 l
Fresh water capacity :
640 l
Engine Power (Hp) :
80 HP
CE Certification :


  • CE certification A10/B11/C16

  • Exterior galley with plancha and sink concealed in the helm seats.

  • B&G electronics pack, instrument panel at each helm station: Housing for 9" plotter in addition to repeaters (options).

  • Opening semi-hard Bimini top. Extra elements can be added to close off the cockpit completely.

  • Large hull portholes provide more light and an extensive sea view.

  • Swim platform that lifts to close making the cockpit safe under sail.

  • Master cabin: island bed with marine mattress and slatted bed frame; lots of storage (up to 5 drawers, hanging lockers, etc.), a leather dressing table and retractable 22" TV with motorized lift system (on option). Ensuite bathroom with shower separate from the toilet. Two guest cabins with ensuite bathroom and sliding door access. 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).

  • An ensuite bathroom with shower and toilet in each cabin.

  • 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, 2 people, for the chart table. A 32" retractable TV on motorized lift system (option). Its location supports you in the galley when the boat heels and provides an additional grab rail.


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