New 60m Sea Falcon project unveiled by Mondomarine

2015-10-Sea Falcon-1-bigMondomarine presented their upcoming project M60, part of their newly created M series; the impressive renderings show a sportyacht with a high-performance hull that is set to deliver performance level cruising with ocean-going stability.
As designed by yacht designer Luiz de Basto, the vessel will have a sloping exterior divided into multiple levels: a large arching shaped superstructure and main deck sides increase the design sporty appearance.
High freeboard create an expansive interior volume, while folding hatches and balconies all around the stern and along the side of the vessel much increase the living areas. The main deck aft has been designed as a sheltered lounge and dining area, protecting from windy days no matter whether at anchor or underway. Bridge deck aft has been kept exposed to be suitable for relaxing and sunbathing days outdoors.
As with the previous M50 model, the M60 will be built according the line’s building methods: weight is always under control thanks to the use of a lightweight alloy for the hull and superstructure. The vessel’s gross tonnage will be kept around the 900 GT mark, as the yacht’s beam is of 10 metres.

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Naval architecture: Mondomarine Engineering Exterior design: Luiz De Basto Designs Interior design: Tbd Classification: Lrs_ 100 A1 Ssc Yacht Mono Hsc G6 ( ) Lmc Unrestricted Navigation Flag: Malta Building material hull: Light Alloy Building material superstructure: Light Alloy Length overall: 60,22 M – 197,57 Ft Beam overall: 10,1 M – 33,13 Ft Draft: 2,90 M – 9,51 Ft Maximum speed: 20 Knots Cruising speed: 18 Knots Range at 12 knots: 4.100 Nm Fuel capacity: 110.000 L Fresh water capacity: 24.000 L Main Engines: 2 X Mtu 16V 4000 M73l Max power: 2 X 2.880 Kw At 2.050 Rpm Gross Tonnage: about 900 Gt
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