Speed on the sea means safety. To be fast we chose Bill Tripp for the water-lines, appendages and sail plan. To build her we had to rely entirely on rigidity: the hull and deck made through an infusion process, the main bulkhead and chain-plates made of composite. The deck ergonomics results from the need to limit manoeuvring space and have wide living spaces. The interior layout is planned for comfort even while cruising. The weights are all mid-ship without giving up stowage space. Our attention to detail reflects the Serigi tradition. Solaris One 48, the new one.
|Beam||14 ft 4 in||Max Draft||9 ft 2 in|
|Dry Weight||28219 lb||Hull Material||Fiberglass|
|Hull Shape||Monohull||Fuel Capacity||79 gal|
|Length Overall||48 ft 9 in||Water Capacity||132 gal|