September 14, 2012

New Model: Sacs 15 Strider

Sacs presents the new 15 Strider, evolution of a series that includes seven models from 8 to 15 meters, which have the same design, but different length and roominess. This new model is a gain a project of designer and long time Sacs collaborator Christian Grande and sits at the top of the range or Rib Cruisers and Yachts. Despite the walk around deck, the 15 Strider features a nice cabin with maximum height reaching two meters in the galley and in the shower head. A king size berth is located forward, while to aft there is a twin berth. The size of the cockpit is very large making use of nearly all the lenght and beam minus the inflatable exterior; there are sofas, easy chairs and kitchenette. Even at the bow, there is a living with two settees which offers the possibility of sunbathing. The whole deck can be protected by awnings easilty. At the stern, an electic system allows preparing the parasol without any effort, while at the bow, the bimini can be mounted using lightweight carbon supports to slip into their seats. The aft sun pad and the bathing platform are enormous and their sizes define the daily vocation of the 15 Strider. A center console with a very light T-top, realized as the entire construction with the resin vacuum infusion technology, protects the helm, along with a wide windshield. The center console is also server by four pilot seats whichare enveloped and well padded. The Sacs 15 Strider has been conceived to carry out long distances very quickly, at cruise speeds of 40 knots, with a max of 44 available at wide open throotle with twin Cummins 600 hp.
Technical Data:
LOA - 15.3 m (50.1ft)
Beam - 4.50 m
Draft - 0.80 m ex props
Displacment - 11.6 t dry
Fuel Capacity - 960 l
Water Capacity - 150 l
Accommodation - 4 berths
Max Persons - 10
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSC 8.3 600hp
Propulsion - Arneson Surface Drives
Speed - 44 knots max, 40 knots cruise
Construction - resin vacuum infusion
Project - Christian Grande, Sacs Marine
Certification - CE B

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