The overall style of this craft is similar to that already used on the Vismara – Baltic 60’ and 66’, and therefore, in line with the Vismara 50’ classic “twin” already under construction.


V60 classic
18,60 M
4,80 M
16500 KG
229 Mq
5500 KG
2,40 M
3,60 M

The Boat

It is aimed at customers seeking a fast and technological cruiser with all of the very latest Vismara innovations but a classical, elegant style, and features a soft hull profile and a fibreglass carbon construction, two cockpits, a stunning teak bridge and ultra-comfy interiors, made to measure. The hull is a Vismara design, based on the Vismara – Farr 60’ “Mattone”. The hull profile is modern but not extreme, seeing that it is a classic, and it guarantees better passage over the waves, comfort while sailing and excellent performance either under sail or engine power. The whole craft has been built with the standard materials and technology in use at Vismara, i.e., advanced composites, fibreglass, carbon and vacuum epoxy. With its classical teak bridge in pure Baltic style, the deck has a large sail peak in the bow with interior anchor peak and concealed anchor, flush deck companions, slightly raised deckhouse with panoramic side windows, central cockpit for guests with comfy seating and backrests, a large sun pad amidships, a stern cockpit to which all of the rig has been sent underneath the deck, two stern peaks for storage and a 2.60 m compartment for a tender, plus bathing platform. The sail plan is complete with carbon mast and all ultra-modern services so that the boat can be skippered by a single person.


The main sail furls electrically into the boom, the jib and code zero furlers will be set below deck and, as already mentioned, the rig is sent below deck to the stern cockpit, with main sheet and hydraulic vang control from a power unit controlled from the rudder. Other modern features on this boat are the new 24 V gensets, electric water maker, and computer-controlled electronic air conditioning operated by battery. The interiors are comprised of a service cabin in the bow, which can be used by children or crew and which also has its own bathroom. Amidships is the convertible master cabin, i.e., it has two double beds and two bathrooms plus a foldaway central partition that can be used to convert the large master cabin into two guest cabins. Behind the mast is a double dinette with dining area starboard and lounge area on the port side. A large semi concealed galley and a chart area are located to the sides of the entrance and they create a background to the dinette, giving an idea of space while maintaining the privacy of the two service areas. In the stern there are two classical double cabins with separate bathrooms. A last detail to point out is the retracting telescopic keel that makes it possible to have a draught of just 2.40 m, and which extends up to 3.60 m. With the new telescopic keel design from Vismara, draught is variable but it does not take up any room in the dinette.

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