October 9, 2019

New Model: Solaris Power Open 48

Solaris continue its entry into the Power sector with the launch of its second model, the Open 48, presented in less to a year.  The Open 48 is the wild card in the range, as while the other models and projects are all inspired to a Traditional down East lobster boat, this entry level Solaris Power is a sport cruiser slash many other things.  The Open 48 can be whatever an owner wants; a day-boat, chase-boat, runabout, tender, this is a multi purpose sport cruiser.  Technically speaking the Open 48 can be used for all the above, but the whole usage for the main deck from bow to stern sets its primary function for outside entertainment.  But do not be mistaken as the Solaris Power Open 48 has still interesting lower deck accommodation offering a two cabins two bathrooms sleeping four plan, with a crew cabin.  An alternative plan B exists where the second cabin is replaced by an L-shaped dinette.  In both layouts there is no lower deck galley, with this being located in the middle of the outside area in behind the helm station and under the T-top.  The Solaris Power Open 48 is powered by twin Volvo 435hp or optional 480hp with IPS pod drives.   
Technical Data:
LOA -  14.35 m (47ft)
Hull Length - 14 m
Waterline Length - 13.40 m
Beam - 4.87 m
Draft - 0.75 m exluding drives and props
Displacement - 14000 kg dry 16700 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 1500 l
Water Capacity - 430 l
Max Persons - 12
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, or two berths in one cabins, one crew cabin berth
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 435hp, D6 480hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller pod drives
Speed - 35 knots 26 knots cruise with Volvo 480hp, 30 knots max 23 knots cruise with Volvo 435hp
Project - Brunello Acampora Victory design hull and exterior, Norberto Ferretti
Certification - CE A

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