October 7, 2010

Project: SACS 17.00 m Strider Z

SACS presents a most important project with the presentation of its new flagship the seventeen metre Strider Z which according to the builder features a good balance of concepts coming from the auto industry, and an interior style of a villa. You can define it a Rib for the tubes, but this soon to come SACS flagship is an evolved concept, developed on the criteria of substance. Its size at seventeen meters are dimensions of an important yacht, but its dynamic qualities are unique. Apart the essential known qualities of stability a Rib offers this project also comes with an innovative raised fully protected helm station which is separated from the lounging area and can seat four people. SACS also offers an optional hardtop version offering even better protection. Strider Z comes again from the hands of architect Christian Grande, responsible for all the latest SACS models who presented a sports and comfort mix Rib Yacht. An aft sun pad exceeding ten meters square of size welcomes you aft, and the living area is furnished with a long C-shaped sofa and two tables. The profile is characterized by the seamless integration of the tubes in the hull and a long window offers a panoramic view from the cabins. The interior is decorated with very fashionable materials, such as Travertine for the bathrooms and leather on the decks. The lower deck accommodation plan offers an owner suite, guest cabin with en-suite head, dining area with sofas, dining table and a big screen TV. Power for hull one which is presented this week in Genoa is of twin MAN 1200 hp with Arneson surface drives propulsion, which give this not so light nineteen tons Rib Yacht a 50 knots top speed.

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