Our objective was to develop a new 40’ yacht incorporating the very latest innovations, whilst preserving the design flair of Javier Soto Acebal. This is how the Solaris 40 was born, with numerous evolutions that distinguish this new project, in both hull performance and comfort at sea. Starting with the hull, Solaris has chosen an extremely buoyant bow line, characterized by a subtle chine that ends at mid-hull.
This yacht has set a new market standard; she is the only 13.5 mts, designed and built for fast cruising with a reduced crew, thanks to all lines being lead to just two winches within easy reach of the helmsman. The boat can be used for cruising and racing opting for the mainsail traveller totally recessed and winches on the coaming to deploy the asymmetrical spi.
With this latest model Solaris surpasses the standards set by itself. The Solaris 47 is the first and only model in this size to combine all the features and innovations to enable a high-performance boat to be easily sailed even with a small crew: recessed track for the self-tacking jib; only 2 winches at the helmsman’s position with which you can control all the lines; clear separation between the guest and crew areas; dedicated liferaft compartment with easy access; watertight large-size and functional sail locker; tender garage to stowing the tender and the outboard engine.
After the success of the 48-footer, which was first introduced in 2006 and which is still a reference when it comes to design, performance and functionality to all owners, designers and engineers, Solaris renews the challenge in the 15-meter market with the ground-breaking new Solaris 50. With the new 50-foot yacht Solaris wants to continue the success of the Solaris 48.
The Solaris 55 has been designed to satisfy the most demanding customers requiring performance sailing even with reduced crew. The in-house technical department along with the naval architect Javier Soto Acebal have worked for fourteen months to fine-tune this project to the smallest detail, to ensure the 55 becomes the bench mark in the 16 meter category in the world today, both in terms of aesthetics and functionality.
In 2020 the Solaris 60 will be launched. This model will mark the way of building and conceiving the boat and it will influence the nautical design for the next ten years.Solaris 60 is inspired by the idea of creating a Mini-Maxi, a high performance sailboat, with an overall length of 18.31 m. This length allows to take part in offshore racings, in Mini-Maxi class, including the main event in Porto Cervo that take place every year.
A new model from the drawing board of Soto Acebal … the Solaris 64 RS.
She represents an extremely innovative yacht in the performance cruising world, featuring a raised saloon with 360 degree windows for better panoramic views and a central engine room with two aft cabins isolated from any noise from the machinery and systems.
The new Solaris 68’ is the result of experience gained in the design and construction of sailing yachts for long-range navigation. The decision to concentrate engine room, tanks and systems under the saloon floor ensures optimum comfort even with a high-performance hull. Different interior layouts can be developed to meet the requirements of any boat owner. The deck layout allows navigation even with a small crew in all sea conditions.
The history of Solaris is reinvented with the birth of the Solaris 74RS. Over the years, the design and development of our 22-meter yachts have left their mark on the yard: Solaris has created several models, always being more innovative and performing. Each Solaris yacht has satisfied the owners needs and ambitions, offering reliable and easy offshore sailing.
The Solaris 80RS was conceived for extended blue water cruising. The generous areas above and below deck have particular significance. A unique environment has been developed for the dinette, below which is the engine room, while above, the coachroof windows provide all-round sea views and natural light that makes the interior sparkle.