May 16, 2024

New Model: Rio Le Mans 50

Rio launch the waited and anticipated Le Mans 50, the second in size of it's Coupe range, and first of it's Le Mans series which is to be followed by a smaller 45.  Based mostly on the Daytona 50 the Rio Le Mans 50 main difference is that it features more enclosed comforts on the main deck, thanks to a one part hard-top which stretches from the windshield and extends to about half of the aft cockpit deck.  This enclosed hard-top replaces the more open T-Top of the Daytona 50 model.  The accommodation of the Le Mans 50 is identical to that of the Daytona both inside and outside.  Considering that the exterior is used from fore to aft the lower accommodation deck offers nice spaces for two guest cabins and two shower heads sleeping four guests, with a free unit, in between the cabins.  The Rio Le Mans 50 is also offered with drop down bulk heads to port and starboard side, extending the space around the dinette and sun-pad around the aft deck.  The Rio Le Mans 50 is powered by twin Yanmar 550hp with line shaft propulsion for speeds up to forty knots and a cruise of thirty knots, with a triple 400hp Mercury outboard option also being available.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 14.90 m (48.8ft)
Hull Length - 12.9 m
Beam - 4.30 m
Draft - 0.70 m ex. drives propellers
Displacement - 13.4 t loaded, 11 t unloaded
Fuel Capacity - 1600 l
Water Capacity - 350 l
Max Persons - twelve
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Yanmar 6LF 550hp, or triple Mercury Verado 400hp
Propulsion - shaft drive, or outboard
Speed - forty knots max, thirty knots cruise
Range - 300 nautical miles at cruise
Project - Marino Alfani
Certification - CE B

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