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Big Pimpin’
The new 65-footer from Mylius is just the latest example of a type of boat that would once have been considered inconceivable
Following experience gained from the Mylius 19E95 (the name means 19 metres and 95 centimetres, a little over 65ft), the Mylius 65 is the latest model from this Italian brand – an all-new design from masthead to keel-tip compared with its successful predecessor.
Head of design at Mylius is Alberto Simeone, who co-founded the company in 2003. Mylius’s structural engineering is validated by the QI Composites team, who are familiar faces at Volvo race stopovers and at other major events elsewhere
Built in carbon, this pretty yacht offers an owner the opportunity to dip a toe into the world of maxi yachts with style, quality and performance… but without needing dozens of expensive crew to go racing. The Mylius 65 is available in a flush-deck version, seen here, or with a raised saloon version – like the second example now under construction. The third boat in the yard will be another flush-deck!
The new Mylius 65 features a better sail area/displacement ratio and slightly more waterline length in comparison with its predecessor. The hull is also significantly beamier, especially in the aft sections, with more form stability, offering improved downwind pace and better directional stability when sailing at high speeds.
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