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Maxi Dolphin 65 by Luca Brenta

maxi dolphin 65 by luca brenta
Ultimo aggiornamento dell'articolo: 20 June 2019
699 visite dal 9/07/2018

The MAXI DOLPHIN 65, designed by Luca Brenta studio, will surprise you with its captivating design, characterized by a small deckhouse that ends before the mast, a wide cockpit with an open stern and ample teak-laid sideways. It is made in Kevlar and carbon, with a medium-light displacement and very performing hull lines. The fast-cruiser will also surprise you with its design and sailing performance, as well as for its innovative solutions, such as: tender garage and swimming platform. Indoor spaces are made in teak and they very well kept and planned out, with 3 comfortable guest cabins (each of them equipped with a private WC), as well as a separate crew cabin, a comfortable and suspended saloon, large steel refrigerators, and a stunning studio-chart area that make this Maxi Dolphin 65 very comfortable and unique. ONLY LU is the first unit and it underwent a thorough refit in 2016: repainting of hull, deck, mast and boom; this MD 65 was also upgraded with a new lifting keel (2.60-3.60 mt). In 2018, the engine was overhauled and a new sprayhood and bimini were installed.

MAXI DOLPHIN shipyard is based in Erbusco (near Brescia, Northern Italy) and it was created in 1987 by Vittorio Moretti, whose vision was focused on using state-of-the-art technologies, as well as on a constant search for beauty and elegance, paired to a superb craftsmanship in building unique and inimitable sailing yachts. The first model built by the shipyard was the 73-footer “Carmen di Bellavista” designed by Bruce Farr and launched in 1998, followed by the 118-footer “Viriella” designed by Germán Frers; both boats were built in line with the research for innovation at the core of Moretti Group. After these 2 models, the shipyard built several sailboats, both mass-produced (such as the more than 300 Dolphin 81) and 75-100 footer One-Offs in collaboration with the most famous Yacht Designers. Maxi Dolphin yachts are not only technologically sophisticated, but they also convey the personality and passion of their owners towards sailing. View the technical brochure of the Maxi Dolphin 65

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